LA JOLLA, CA – April 13, 2010 – Caucho® Technology, the open source Web Profile leader for Java EE application server, announced today that Resin 4.0.6 features support for IPv6, Internet Protocol Version 6.
IPv6 is the next-generation Internet protocol that addresses the issue of IPv4 address exhaustion with added benefits of improved network auto-configuration, routing and security. Government and business mandates across the globe are increasing demand for the technology in a variety of applications, including the web and enterprise spaces. Rapid growth in Asian network infrastructure is driving heavy regional investment, requiring compatibility throughout hardware and software stacks.
“Caucho® is poised to support our international customers and partners in their transitions to IPv6,” said Emil Ong, Chief Evangelist of Caucho® Technology. “We share a close technological relationship with our customers. When one of our partners in Japan recently requested enhanced IPv6 support, we responded quickly with the release of Resin 4.0.6.” Ong added, “because of our developer-driven culture at Caucho®, we are able to address our users’ needs with incredibly fast turnaround.”
Resin, Caucho’s open source Java application server, features Hessian serialization protocol and Quercus Java-PHP solutions. Resin is the Web Profile of choice for high performance Java EE applications. Leading companies including Salesforce, the Toronto Stock Exchange and CNET uses Resin to power web applications with high demands for reliability and performance.
About Caucho® Technology, Inc.
Caucho® Technology is an industry leading open source Java ISV with over ten years of proven market success and over 360,000 global commercial deployments as reported by Netcraft. Caucho® is the leader in Web Profile and is a Sun Microsystems Java EE licensee. Caucho® Technology was founded in 1998 and has offices in La Jolla and San Francisco, California.
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