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GeoMonster Launches Location Based Web Services

From: Andy Smith <andy.smith@geomonster.com>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 09:42:41 -0000
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Runcorn, UK - January 5th, 2004 - GeoMonster, today announced that is has
launched the first in a series of location based, enterprise grade Web
Services. The initial offering includes ZIPServe and IPServe, both are
currently available for unlimited trial use.

ZIPServe allows real-time lookups of ZIP / Postal Codes for The United
States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.. Additional country data sets are
being rolled out over the coming weeks.

IPServe enables the conversion of an IP address to a two letter ISO 3166
standard country code (such as US). IPServe can also return enhanced data
such as; Country Name, Capital, Nationality, Region Label, and Post Code

Full sample code for using these Web Services is also provided in several
major programming languages.

About GeoMonster Limited:
GeoMonster currently has a range of software applications and web services
in development with a focus on location specific data and services and is
targeting its offerings on providing access to a wide range of specialized
data and services on a low pay per use basis.


Andy Smith
GeoMonster Limited
+44 870 760 6723

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