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Default [2004-10-04] Sybase Eyes New Market for Mobile Integration

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Sybase this morning unveiled two new products as part of its efforts to make mobile application development and integration easier.

Sybase Unwired Accelerator "mobilizes" Web applications, enabling enterprises to take their Web-enabled applications, services and other data sources and mobilize them without additional programming. Sybase claims that the offering will support "virtually any device," including Palm, Pocket PC, Blackberry, smartphones and Symbians.

The product promises "write once and deploy to multiple mobile device formats," as opposed to having multiple versions for multiple device types. The offering includes a mobile portal server and a "point and click" mobile Web studio.

According to Sean McCleary, Unwired Accelerator product manager, the technology that is being used to link and connect to applications is a tested, tried and true technology.

"This technology that we're using has already existed in our enterprise portal product, which we've had for five years," he told internetnews.com. "We've been using the same technology in another product to get at these back end sources."

Sybase Unwired Orchestrator gives mobility users integrated access to back-end applications. It enables the mobile enterprise by linking and providing real-time integration with enterprise applications through services-oriented integration and automated business process, as well as B2B, ERP and CRM adapters.
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