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LinuxPR: Lutris Enhydra Wireless First To Address Global Requirements Of Mobile Computing

Oct 16, 2000, 20:23 (0 Talkback[s])

"Lutris Technologies Inc., the leading Open Source enterprise software and services company, today announced Lutris Enhydra Wireless, the latest product in Lutris' family of certified and supported Open Source Enhydra Java/XML application servers. Lutris Enhydra Wireless offers developers, systems integrators and corporate IT departments the ability to develop a single internet application that delivers content to any device, in any geographic region, by supporting every major wireless protocol: i-mode, WAP, J2ME, and VoiceXML."

"Supporting the protocols that make targeting every device possible is only the beginning. What Lutris Enhydra Wireless delivers to our customers and ISV partners is the ability to seamlessly deploy one application that is accessible by all of their customers, regardless of their Internet device or geographic location," said Yancy Lind, president and CEO, Lutris Technologies. "Through the power of Open Source, Lutris Enhydra Wireless benefits from a worldwide community of developers with local wireless expertise, and thus guarantees the ability to deploy global applications."

"Lutris Enhydra Wireless provides developers with the first development platform specifically designed to deliver content to wireless and wired devices including phones, PDAs, handheld computers, desktops and laptops. Further, unlike other application servers that require a unique code-base for each device that will access the application, Lutris Enhydra Wireless leverages Enhydra XMLC, a technology developed by Lutris, to effectively separate the business logic from the presentation layer, enabling a single application to deliver content to any number of devices. This "one-to-many" approach significantly decreases time to market and dramatically improves application manageability. Additionally, this extensible XML architecture ensures that future wireless devices that depend on new presentation technologies can be easily added to the application with minimal impact."

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