"The NQL Internet division of AlphaServ.com (Nasdaq: ALMI) today
unveiled the development roadmap for its Network Query Language and
IQ application series for the remainder of 2000, with support for
the Linux Operating System first on the agenda."
"The technical roadmap for NQL consists of two main
elements: a Java Edition of the NQL core technology, and the
porting of NQL to handheld devices. JavaNQL 1.0 is expected to be
released later this summer and will run on multiple desktop and
server operating systems. The first order of business will be
to qualify the Java Edition for use with the Linux Operating
System. After Java/Linux certification, the company intends to test
and certify the Java Edition later in the year with other platforms
including the Macintosh, Solaris and other flavors of UNIX."
"NQL's core technology was first released in April of this year
with availability for Windows 98, Windows NT and Windows 2000.
"Although support for Windows gives us access to the mainstream
desktop market and a significant percentage of the server market,
there is a strong demand for intelligent agent-based network
applications from users of all platforms," said Denny Michael,
NQL's vice president of marketing. "The NQL technical roadmap is a
reflection of our commitment to becoming the standard in
intelligent infrastructure software tools and applications."
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