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Nexaweb Technologies, Inc. has released Version 3.0 of its platform for building Enterprise Internet Applications. Used by enterprises to rapidly build and deploy rich enterprise Internet applications, the Nexaweb platform now includes a visual development environment, server clustering, and support for Web services. It also includes ubiquitous client support, support for both the Sun Java Enterprise System and the Sun Java Desktop System, enhanced graphing capabilities, and internationalization. "A rich Internet application solution like Nexaweb version 3.0 will appeal to business executives because it offers easily understandable benefits, such as increased end-user productivity and lower application deployment costs," said Tom Rhinelander, analyst with New Rowley Group. "But Nexaweb will also appeal to CIOs, as it delivers a host of IT-friendly features such as sup... (more)

SoftCon Says Nexaweb's Internet Application Platform Best Performer

Nexaweb Technologies' Siemens AG Web-based application project has won systems integrator, SoftCon AG's benchmark test. SoftCon evaluated Nexaweb side-by-side to leading products like Macromedia's Flex and Casabac server. Siemens chose SoftCon to build Web services for its worldwide sales and engineering staff. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, SoftCon chose Nexaweb's Internet Enterprise Application platform based on its superior performance. Dieter Heyne, SoftCon's project leader, said, "The directive for our customer was that performance is crucial. That means the fastest solution is just fast enough." Nexaweb's Internet Enterprise Application consists of a visual development environment, support for server clustering, ubiquitous client support, support for Web services, support for Sun's Java Enterprise System and Java Desktop System, enhanced graphing capabilitie... (more)

SYS-CON Opens Its Eighth Annual "Readers' Choice Awards" Polls, Often Referred To As "The Oscars of the Software Industry"

(Montvale, NJ, February 1, 2005) - SYS-CON Media (www.sys-con.com), the world's leading i-technology media company, announced that its 2005 Readers' Choice Awards polls opened today, February 1, 2005 and will remain open for six months, until July 31, 2005. More than 50,000 readers are expected to cast their votes to select the best software products of the year including Java, Linux, Web Services, XML, Microsoft .NET products and services. SYS-CON's readers' choice awards program is considered to be the most prestigious award program of the software industry and often referred to as "the Oscars of the software industry." The products participating in the program are nominated by their vendors, customers, users, or SYS-CON readers. This year a record number of companies and products were nominated. Below is a list of all companies and products participating in the 200... (more)

Nexaweb Brings Java-Driven RIA Functionality to TeamQuest Performance Software

Nexaweb Technologies has been selected by TeamQuest Corporation to incorporate Nexaweb's Rich Internet Application (RIA) functionality into the TeamQuest Performance Software suite. After carefully evaluating competitive RIA products, TeamQuest chose Nexaweb Platform 4.0 to help its customers improve data performance via the Internet. “Our Performance Software contains rich functionality that enables enterprises to proactively manage, monitor and analyze complex IT systems by identifying potential issues before they occur,” said Mike Ellis (left), executive vice president of sales and marketing of TeamQuest. “Nexaweb allows us to bring the same functionality onto the Web without compromising the performance and features our customers are accustomed to.” TeamQuest Performance Software enables some of the world’s largest companies to over... (more)

Web 2.0 Integration: Lars Nielsen of SOA Leader Kapow Technologies

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RIA Update: Nexaweb and Hitachi Partner On Deploying Rich Internet Apps

Nexaweb has been seeing rapid RIA adoption in Japan, particularly in the financial industry, and so has entered – via its wholly owned subsidiary, Nexaweb Japan K.K. – into a strategic alliance with Hitachi Systems and Services, Ltd. (Hitachi Systems), one of the largest providers of systems integration services in Japan. "We expect this movement will continue to spread across various market sectors,” said Brian Murphy, SVP worldwide sales and services of Nexaweb. “We look forward to working closely with Hitachi to ease the development and migration pains of deploying enterprise-caliber Internet applications and we are committed to their success by arming customers with next-generation RIAs,” he added.  As a member of the Nexaweb SI Partner Program, Hitachi Systems & Services will leverage the Nexaweb Platform to build and deploy enterpr... (more)

Nexaweb's Coach Wei to Speak at SYS-CON's SOA Web Services Conference in June

Coach Wei currently serves as CTO for Nexaweb, developers of the leading software platform for building and deploying Enterprise Internet Applications. Previously, he played a key role at EMC Corporation in the development of a new generation of storage network management software. Coach has his master's degree from MIT, holds several patents, is the author of several technology publications, and is an industry advocate for the proliferation of open standards. Wei's Session Description The AJAX model dominates headlines, but developing with JavaScript requires considerable developer skills, especially when migrating existing client/server applications to the Web. A new wave of software infrastructure providers is leveraging Java expertise to create enterprise-caliber Rich Internet Applications. This session will discuss building and deploying AJAX (Asynchronous Java... (more)

What Makes AJAX So Special? AjaxWorld Magazine's Executive Survey

 Jeremy Geelan's i-Technology Blog: "Truly, Madly, Deeply AJAX" View on SYS.CON.TV: Real-World AJAX San Jose "AJAX Power Panel" Not since the formation of NATO in 1945 have four letters been combined to such globe-spanning effect, nor has any 4-letter acronym since then been the subject of such hyperbole. (Quod erat demonstrandum.) I refer of course to "AJAX." What is it about AJAX that sets it apart from other programming acronyms and approaches? SYS-CON Media's AjaxWorld Magazine asked a number of its most active and industry-engaged contributors to offer their thoughts. Here are the results. BILL SCOTT, an Interaction Designer and AJAX Evangelist at Yahoo! has no doubt what makes AJAX so special. "Since the 80s, the desktop application world has had a rich a set of user interaction idioms and ways to get at large sets of data and present them in an almost unlimited typ... (more)

OpenAjax Alliance "Not Trying to Create a Standards Body or a Product"

OpenAjax member representatives have just concluded two days of meetings hosted by member company Adobe. The members all gathered in the area during the JavaOne 2006 conference in San Francisco. They emerged with an important semantic change from referring to OpenAjax as a collaboration to calling it the OpenAjax Alliance. They also decided to focus on interoperability as the main challenge facing them in their efforts to build momentum behind AJAX. Nexaweb is among the OpenAjax members, and founder/CTO Coach Wei (pictured) attended the meetings. He stopped by the SYS-CON.TV booth at JavaOne to offer some specific observations. Most importantly, he stressed, “We are not trying to create a standards body like W3C, we are not trying to create a product.” All Alliance members are making the focus on interoperability “a high priority,” he said. He ... (more)

All AJAXWorld Sponsorships Sold-Out

SYS-CON Events announced today that all sponsorship positions for the upcoming AJAXWorld Conference & Expo sold-out with Cynergy Systems joining the event today as "Platinum Sponsor." The conference platinum sponsors are Adobe Systems, Cynergy Systems, JackBe, and TIBCO; gold sponsor include IBM, BackBase, ComponentArt, Helmi Technologies, Infragistics, Laszlo Systems, Nexaweb, Parasoft, and telerik. Leading AJAX technology contributors, Apress, Google, U1 Consulting Group, and Zapatec will be exhibiting in the event. Limited number of exhibit opportunities are still available and expected to sell-out before the three-day conference opens on October 2, 2006. Additional information on sponsorship and exhibit opportunities can be obtained by e-mail at events(at)sys-con.com or by phone at 201 802-3020. Adobe Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and inform... (more)

AJAX Framework Alternatives To Be Discussed at AJAXWorld

There are a number of different frameworks that will do much of the heavy lifting for AJAX developers, from the well-known such as TIBCO GI, Dojo and ThinWire to the perhaps less well-known Taconite framework. Which is best suited to doing what job - and why? This fundamental question will be the central concern of this Lunch Time "Power Panel" during the first day of AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2007 East. The first  "Power Panel" on this subject - moderated by AJAXWorld 2006 Conference Chair and Host Jeremy Geelan and simulcast on SYS-CON.TV - was held 7:15PM - 8:00PM Wednesday, October 4, 2006 during the First International AJAXWorld Conference & Expo. Theme: The Framework Wars: Lightweight vs Heavyweight Moderator: Jeremy Geelan Participants: Joshua Gertzen, ThinWire  Kevin Hakman, TIBCO GI Dylan Schiemann, Dojo Bill Scott, Yahoo! AJAXWorld 2007 East Conference & ... (more)