has licensed its Infranet software platform to
AOL Time Warner
through what the company described as a "multimillion dollar, multiyear contract."
AOL Time Warner's
division will use Portal's business management and billing software. The Internet service provider joins companies such as
in using Portal's products.
trading, Portal, which is based in Cupertino, Calif., gained $3.19, or 30.2%, to $13.81. AOL was up $1.61, or 3%, to $56.20 on the
New York Stock Exchange