At its annual users conference, Sybase demonstrated the Sybase Unwired Platform, a new architecture for deploying mobile applications throughout a business.The Unwired Platform is intended to provide a single, complete architecture that will make it easier for companies to develop and deploy mobile applications. According to John Chen -- chairman, CEO, and president of Sybase -- "We're seeing customer and partner demand for a complete, tightly integrated platform that provides true enterprise value by mobilizing business processes and applications."
The company claims the Platform will integrate development an deployment with easy security and management across a variety of mobile devices. The ability to implement "strategic" rather than "tactical," or vertical mobile deployments should reduce a company's cost of ownership.
Sybase Unwired Platform is expected to be available by the end of this year. Further information is available in a webcast.InformationWeek, BusinessWire via Forbes
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