Burlington, MA. Tuesday, April 11, 2006 - OpenLink Software, Inc., technology leader in the development and deployment of secure, high-performance universal data access middleware, announces the immediate availability of the Open Source Edition of its industry-acclaimed Universal Server, OpenLink Virtuoso.
The new product release provides a cross-platform workbench for
exploiting recent technology advances in areas such as Web
Services, RDF Data Management, XML Data Management,
Object-Relational Data Management, and Unified Storage.
Leadership Inspiring an Industry
Web 2.0 and the burgeoning Semantic Web demand new thinking regarding the architecture of application development and deployment platforms. These technology frontiers require loose coupling and zero-vendor-lock-in at all levels to fulfill their potential,” said Kingsley Idehen, OpenLink Software’s President & CEO.
"Our decision to take Virtuoso Open Source is our contribution
to accelerating the Web 2.0 to Data Web transition at both the
Intranet and Internet levels," he added.
New Generation Server Architecture for Next Generation of
Data Web Solutions
OpenLink Virtuoso includes:
The new release is available in source code and binary release
forms across Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, Solaris, and other
Extensive Industry Standard Support
Industry standards supported by Virtuoso includes SQL, ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, OLEDB, SPARQL, XQuery, XPath, XSLT, WebDAV, HTTP, SOAP, BPEL, WS-*, UDDI, NNTP, and more.
OpenLink Software is a privately-held software company with offices in the USA and the United Kingdom. It has been the leading provider and technology innovator in the universal data access middleware market since 1993, and over 10,000 companies currently use its products worldwide. For more information, follow OpenLink on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, or Facebook, or visit our website.
OpenLink Software, Inc.
Tel: +1 781 273 0900
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