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LinuxPR: Lutris Technologies Showcases Enhydra At Intel Exchange Expo

Oct 11, 2000, 16:06 (0 Talkback[s])

"Lutris Technologies Inc., an Open Source enterprise software and services company, today announced that Lutris will showcase Lutris Enhydra 3.0, the commercially supported Open Source Java/ XML Wireless application server at the Intel eXCHANGE Expo. Lutris and VA Linux, a Lutris strategic partner, are featuring the Enhydra-powered AnywhereYouGo.com site, a wireless development portal that distributes news and information to wireless developers worldwide."

"Lutris Enhydra 3.0 is the certified and supported version of the Open Source Enhydra Java/XML wireless application server. Through the work of a dedicated developer community and Lutris engineers, Enhydra is the first application server with comprehensive WAP support and unique Enhydra XMLC technology that allows developers to build an application once and deliver it to any web or wireless device in any language. As a result, Lutris Enhydra has emerged as the most effective solution for delivering dynamic content to varied wired and wireless devices including desktops and laptops, PDAs and phones. In addition, the company determined that AnywhereYouGo's portal, which runs on a cluster of eight Intel powered servers running Linux and delivers content to developers from 60 countries, truly showcases how tomorrows' 64 bit platforms will deliver applications anytime, anywhere, anyplace and to any client. Lutris Enhydra is already deployed in many leading wireless solutions and powers sites such as Room33, FormosaToday, and WirelessDevNet that are driven by Intel processing power."

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