"Partnership Opens Doors for Global Economy to Enjoy Same
Wireless Internet Success as Experienced in Japan."
"Lutris Technologies Inc., a leading open source enterprise
software and services company, today announced a licensing
partnership with Pixo, Inc., a leading developer of software and
services for wireless phones. Under the terms of the agreement,
Pixo's Internet Microbrowser will be integrated with Lutris Enhydra
3.5 to assist developers worldwide in building applications for
wireless devices. The partnership provides a robust solution to
developers worldwide using Lutris Enhydra 3.5, the first
application server with native support for compact HTML
"As a result of the relationship, Independent Software Vendors
[ISVs], Systems Integrators [SIs] and Value Added Resellers [VARs]
will have access to a platform for building and deploying
applications for cHTML devices such as those used on the NTT DoCoMo
iMode network. Lutris will incorporate Pixo's Internet
Microbrowser, which offers both HTML and cHTML support, into Lutris
Enhydra 3.5, the latest commercial release of the Java/XML open
source application server. To assist developers building wireless
applications for delivery to Japanese market and other cHTML
networks, Lutris Enhydra 3.5 will also include sample cHTML
applications. Given its success in Japan, cHTML has become the
leading language for wireless Internet support."
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