Java, developed by Sun, is an object-oriented programming language that operates independent of any operating system or microprocessor. Java programs called applets can be transmitted over a network and run on any client, providing the multimedia richness of a CD-ROM over corporate networks and the Internet. Java has been widely hailed by programmers because it eliminates the need to port applications, and by managers of information systems for its potential to lower the costs of distributing and maintaining applications across the network.
Java is available to developers free of charge. The Java Compiler and Java Developer's Kit as well as the HotJava browser and related documentation are available from Sun's web site at http://java.sun.com. In addition, the Java source code can be licensed for a fee. Details on licensing are also available via the java.sun.com web page. To date, Sun has licensed Java to a number of leading technology companies, including Borland, Macromedia, Mitsubishi, Netscape, Oracle, Silicon Graphics, Spyglass, and Toshiba. Sun's Workshop for Java toolkit is scheduled for release in Spring 1996. Sun's NEO product family, the first complete development, operating and management environment for object-oriented networked applications, will also use Java-enabled browsers as front-ends to the NEO environment.
Netscape Communications Corporation is a premier provider of open software for linking people and information over enterprise networks and the Internet. The company offers a full line of Netscape Navigator clients, Netscape servers, development tools and Netscape Internet Applications to create a complete platform for next-generation, live online applications. Traded on Nasdaq under the symbol "NSCP", Netscape Communications Corporation is based in Mountain View, California.
With annual revenues of $6 billion, Sun Microsystems, Inc. provides solutions that enable customers to build and maintain open network computing environments. Widely recognized as a proponent of open standards, the company is involved in the design, manufacture and sale of products, technologies and services for commercial and technical computing. Sun's SPARC(TM) workstations, multiprocessing servers, SPARC microprocessors, Solaris operating software and ISO-certified service organization each rank No. 1 in the UNIX(R) industry. Founded in 1982, Sun is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., and employs more than 14,000 people worldwide.
cross-platform mobility at both the operating system and architecture level. We
are pleased to integrate this powerful language into our Developer's Program."
America Online Technologies
service. These applets, combined with the rich functionality of the Excite service,
will integrate more fully into the users experience as they explore and navigate
Chief Technology Officer
is support for an open standards process. Open standards are and will be as important
to the success of the Internet as open connectivity."
Vice President, Gateway Services
easily connect to production databases such as CA-OpenIngres, while Java allows
easy-to-use, multi-platform Web clients for CA-Unicenter and business applications
such as CA-Masterpiece, CA-ManMan/X and CA-Accpac."
Executive Vice President and CTO
increased system performance, ideally met by Digital's Alpha systems architecture."
Rose Ann Giordano
Vice President, Internet Business Group
Digital Equipment Corporation
of software designed specifically for the Internet. Hewlett-Packard is committed
open systems architecture."
"We plan to integrate our automatic document indexing and abstracting technology
technologies greatly enhances the server and its delivery of timely and valuable
documents for web clients."
Vice President, Sales and Marketing
rich applications in a platform-independent development environment. Illustra's
unique extensible Object-Relational architecture makes it an ideal intelligent queryable
Dr. Michael Stonebraker
Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Illustra Information Technologies
need a powerful database engine for content management. Informix's OnLine Dynamic
Server is uniquely suited for these applications. By partnering with Netscape, we
are bringing the best in online database and live, interactive technology to web
Chairman and CEO
development tools to create compelling online financial services. Netscape's open,
cross-platform environment allows Intuit to efficiently develop and deploy online
Executive Vice President
and move the resulting data into Macromedia Shockwave, where it can be rendered,
is also a promising core technology for the new multimedia publishing tool that
Macromedia is building."
President and CEO
"The creation of a general, standard scripting language for Java development
will accelerate adoption of this new, exciting technology for delivering dynamic,
effort to deliver tools for Java as the programming platform of choice for new Internet
President and CEO
partners couple Java, plug-ins, and Paper's multi-dimensional VRML user interfaces
within a distributed, online application."
Chief Executive Officer
let the Internet and corporate Intranets effectively handle real-time multimedia
will enable a wide range of web-based software to take advantage of real-time audio
more stimulating and interactive web-based applications than ever before, giving
them the edge they need to compete for the attention of the increasingly sophisticated
population of Internet users."
Vice President, Layered Products
and application development tools. This combination will benefit the industry by
enabling the development of a richer set of interactive applications."
President and COO
into our product offering. Spider is committed to providing the most advanced solution
for visual development and high performance deployment of commercial Web/database
President and CEO
applications to take advantage of enterprise client/server computing. Sybase will
enable our customers to utilize these languages as one of several ways to provide
Internet access to the entire Sybase architecture in a high performance, customer-centric,
Executive Vice President and CEO
Sybase's Powersoft Division
"Java is tremendously interesting to Verity as a powerful tool to provide dynamic
display capabilities and client-side manipulation of results from our Search and
Agent platforms. Configurability is a key strength of Verity servers, and the availability
Java objects to customize the look and feel of their Verity applications."
Director, Internet Marketing
fit with the Vermeer FrontPage web authoring system. Tracking innovative, enabling
Web technologies is an important priority for Vermeer, and we are moving quickly
John R. Mandle
Chief Executive Officer
America Online, Inc. Pam Mcgraw: (703) 556-3746
Apple Computer, Inc. Nancy Morrison: (408) 862-6200
Architext Software Mike Brogan/Roederer-Johnson: (415) 802-1850
AT&T Mary Whelan: (908) 658-6000
Borland International Bill Jordan: (408) 431-4721
Brio Technology, Inc. Yorgen Edholm: email@example.com
Computer Associates, Inc. Yogesh Gupta: (516) 342-4045
Digital Equipment Corporation Ethel Kaiden: (508) 486-2814
Hewlett-Packard Company Bill Hodges: (408) 447-7041
Iconovex Corporation Robert Griggs: (800) 943-0292
Illustra Information Technologies, Inc. Sandra Bateman: (510) 873-62 09
Informix Software, Inc. Cecilia Denny: (415) 926-6420
Intuit, Inc. Sheryl Ross: (415) 329-3569
Macromedia Miles Walsh: (415) 252-2000
Metrowerks, Inc. Greg Galanos: firstname.lastname@example.org
Novell, Inc. Christine Hughes: (408) 577-7453
Oracle Corporation Mark Benioff: (415) 506-7000
Paper Software, Inc. Mike Mccue: (914) 679-2440
Precept Software, Inc. Judy Estrin: (408) 446-7600
RAD Technologies, Inc. Jeff Morgan: email@example.com
The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. Marty Picco: (408) 425-7222
Silicon Graphics, Inc. Virginia Henderson: (415) 933-1306
Spider Technologies Diana Jovin: (415) 969-6128
Sybase, Inc. Robert Manetta: (510) 922-5742
Verity, Inc. Marguerite Padovani: (415) 960-7724
Vermeer Technologies, Inc. Ed Cuoco: (617) 576-1700x130
Netscape Communications Corporation is a premier provider of open software for
linking people and information over enterprise networks and the Internet. The company
offers a full line of Netscape Navigator clients, Netscape servers, development
tools and Netscape Internet Applications to create a complete platform for next-generation,
live online applications. Traded on Nasdaq under the symbol "NSCP", Netscape Communications
Corporation is based in Mountain View, California.
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