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Corel to Preview New Tools for Smart Content Creation at XML 2002

Company to Unveil New Technologies for Creating XML and SVG Applications

Ottawa, Canada. Dec 2, 2002.

Corel Corporation today announced its plans for the XML Conference and Exposition 2002 in Baltimore, MD. Corel will preview two new technologies designed to power and simplify the creation of XML and SVG applications.

"XML 2002 is an extremely important event for Corel. We are pleased to be unveiling the evolution of Corel's XML solution set to this growing community," said Derek Burney, president and CEO of Corel Corporation. "Corel is on the cutting edge in delivering the essential tools that will drive the adoption of open standards for both text and graphical content."

Corel will offer technology previews of its upcoming SVG-based smart graphics studio and the soon-to-be-released upgrade to its award-winning XML editor, Corel XMetaL .

Smart Graphics. Building on the strength of SVG, this new studio will enable enterprise customers to create dynamic, data-driven graphical applications. SVG-based smart graphics are the ideal solution for building powerful, enterprise-class visual interfaces for delivering the data and content generated by XML Web services. Conference attendees are invited to attend Corel's smart graphics technology preview session on Wednesday, December 11 at 2:45 p.m. in room 310 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

Corel XMetaL 4. Corel will preview Corel XMetaL 4, the evolution of XML content creation. Corel XMetaL 4 is a platform designed to simplify the implementation of customized XML applications and features tight integration with content management systems. This new platform continues to build upon the strengths of Corel XMetaL 3, enabling anyone to create valid XML content and streamlining the process of distributing information to the Web, print and other media. Preview demonstrations of Corel XMetaL 4 will be available throughout the show at the Corel booth (#431).

"Corel is continuing the tradition of launching important technology at this conference. XMetaL 1 was launched here in 1998, and I'm sure many people will be excited to see the new features added to XMetaL 4. Conference attendees will be equally interested in Corel's smart graphics technologies that enable the creation of SVG-based data driven graphics," said Lauren Wood, Conference Chair, XML 2002. "Together, these products show how far XML has come as an enabling technology in supporting enterprise-wide solutions to address business needs."

More details regarding Corel's smart graphics solutions and Corel XMetaL 4 will be announced at the event. Demonstrations of both technologies will be available at the Corel booth (# 431) throughout the exposition. For more information about XML Conference and Exposition 2002, please visit

About Corel Corporation

Founded in 1985, Corel Corporation ( is a leading technology company specializing in content creation tools, business process management and XML-enabled enterprise solutions. The company's goal is to give consumers and enterprise customers the ability to create, exchange and instantly interact with visual content that is always relevant, accurate and available. With its headquarters in Ottawa, Canada, Corel's common stock trades on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol CORL and on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol COR.

See also the Corel Smart Graphics Solutions White Paper: "The proliferation of content being distributed by electronic media has created a virtual sea of text, data, and images for enterprises to contend with. The adoption of XML has given text and data the ability to interact with each other. Until now, however, the promise of interactivity has not extended to graphics. To address this problem, Corel Corporation has developed smart graphics solutions. Smart graphics are based on Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), which is a standard for describing vector graphics in XML. Corel smart graphics solutions enable developers and designers to create personalized, interactive graphics for both print and the Web. Corel smart graphics solutions allow companies to bring together different content types into a common, seamless workflow. They make it easy to integrate text, graphics, data, and business processes from across the enterprise. They reduce content creation costs, increase productivity, and open up new revenue opportunities. Corel smart graphics solutions provide enterprises with the edge they need to maximize efficiency and meet the cross-media demands of the future."

Prepared by Robin Cover for The XML Cover Pages archive. See also "W3C Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)."

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