LA JOLLA, CA — June 07, 2005 – Caucho® Technology, Inc., a Sun Microsystems J2EE licensee, announced today that Jcorporate Ltd. (www.jcorporate.com) continues to develop their web presence centered around the Resin application server.
Jcorporate is best known by its Expresso product, a popular open source Java architectural framework. Jcorporate is a Java business application software provider made up of a network of developers and resellers around the globe. Jcorporate offers an application development framework, content management, and collaborative software products – particularly fitted for the rapid development of dynamic web sites. Their products enable customers to rapidly build enterprise web applications, improve their web presence, deploy community and communication enterprise information systems, integrate legacy systems, integrate with e-commerce, and support for thin clients and roaming users.
Caucho® Technology produces Resin; a fast application server used by thousands of corporate, education and government clients. Its simplicity of use and robust reliability allows organizations that have large and demanding sites to focus on delivering their message. Customers using Resin include Javalobby.com, EBay’s half.com, CNet, Evite, the American Red Cross, the Toronto Stock Exchange and Salesforce.com. Resin delivers elegant and stable performance under heavy load situations.
Raul Davidovich, Core Developer at Jcorporate said, “We initially moved to the Resin application server software four years ago when our application server was not adequately handling our increased traffic associated with the success of the Expresso project. By contrast Resin proved reliable, stable, easy to manage, and provided excellent performance to our customers.” Davidovich continued, “As a company resolving around our open source projects, we found Resin an affordable solution that met our budget, while performing as well as far more expensive application servers.”
Sandra Cann, COO added, “Further, the responsiveness of Caucho® is exemplary and Resin is highly recommended to our clients.”
Steve Montal, Director of Sales and Strategic Partners for Caucho® Technology said, “We are delighted that Jcorporate.com has deployed their application framework based on Resin.” Montal added, “Jcorporate’s flexible, scalable and extensible architectural platform for e-business has successfully allowed them to work with clients including the University of California, ReMax, Sony and the Bank of Scotland.”
Jcorporate is a dynamic environment with innovative people and a great vision to change the way applications are developed, distributed and supported. Jcorporate offers both a development framework and collaborative web applications in an open source infrastructure in which users all over the world contribute to the evolution of the software.
With numerous added features, increased speed and load balancing, Caucho’s Resin application server has earned an industry-wide reputation as a credible solution to the Java application challenges that web developers most often face. Caucho® has also developed the Hessian binary protocol in an effort to produce fast solutions for the rapidly expanding web services arena.
About Caucho® Technology, Inc.
Caucho® Technology, Inc., founded in 1998, is focused on developing high performance and affordable Java software. Caucho’s Resin is the application server software of choice used by nearly 4,000 clients including governments and Fortune 500 companies. Caucho® is based in La Jolla, California and is a Sun Microsystems J2EE licensee.
About Jcorporate Ltd.
Jcoporate Ltd. is a privately held company located in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Jcorporate’s open source Expresso is the architectural framework of choice with 35,000+ registered users and more than 172,000 downloads. This is complemented by its suite of Expresso based collaborative software, including CMS, forum, polling, helpdesk and FAQ. Jcorporate is service oriented with a commitment to provided exemplary professional support and Java development services.
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