Bloomfield, New Jersey - January 31, 2001 - Openly Informatics, Inc. (http://www.openly.com/) today announced its suite of support services and add-ons for Jake, the internet's leading open-source reference and linking tool for serials.
Openly Jake (http://www.openly.com/jake/), a fully customizable, high-performance, international-ready version of the Jake system, makes it easy for libraries to use Jake to connect users with the journals that they hold.
Openly Jake is the first version of the Jake system for which commercial support is available. Libraries can now run their own, customized versions of Jake without having specialized technical expertise. Openly Jake's solid technical base and free open-source licensing will facilitate the addition of new features.
Together with New Zealand's Genamics.com, Openly has developed a linking data plug-in for Jake. The Link.Openly/Genamics database adds 3000 journal descriptions and links to Jake. The database is expected to grow to 10000 records by year's end, and is available for immediate licensing.
"Jake is the beginning of a new way to build real, working digital libraries." said Eric Hellman, President of Openly Informatics. "We're very excited to be part of this dynamic and innovative community."
About Openly Informatics
Openly Informatics, Inc., is a leader in the development of hyperlinking solutions. The LinkBaton system (http://my.linkbaton.com/) lets any web site make user-customizable links for books, stocks, and journal articles to enable user preference and to enhance website revenue. Information on Openly Informatics, Inc. is available at Openly's web-site, www.openly.com
Jake the Jointly Administered Knowledge Environment, is "where finding, managing, and linking online journals and journal articles is easy". Jake is free under the terms of the GNU General Public License. Information on the Jake Project is available at jake.med.yale.edu