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iMatix acquires FastMQ Inc., maker of "Fastest. Messaging. Ever."

Brussels, 30 October 2009 — Open Source firms iMatix Corporation and FastMQ Inc. today announced the acquisition of FastMQ by iMatix for an undisclosed sum in cash and shares. FastMQ's flagship product, ZeroMQ, branded as the "Fastest. Messaging. Ever." will join iMatix's other messaging products, OpenAMQ and Zyre.

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Pieter Hintjens founded iMatix in 1996, together with Frank Dekempeneer and others, to research and develop open source new technologies and innovative products for the Internet era and to help businesses benefit from the new technologies of the Internet and open source.

iMatix build systems for some of the world's largest companies, and free software products for the Internet community. We focus on quality and reliability through excellent design and process.

We are an active participant in standards and industry workgroups. Together with JPMorganChase we wrote the original AMQP specifications and were founding members of the AMQP Working Group with the aim of delivering AMQP as an industry standard.

iMatix works actively for reform of the software patent regime and promotes free and open digital standards.

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We welcome contributors to our free software projects. To contribute you must either sign a copyright assignment or publish your contributions under a BSD license. The OpenAMQ wiki has a section for submitting patches and other contributions.

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