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Posted Jun 23, 2003

iAnywhere Solutions Takes Aim at Applications Designed for Small to Medium Sized Businesses with New Version of SQL Anywhere Studio

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From iAnywhere Solutions, Inc.]

iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc. (NYSE: SY), today announced the general availability of SQL Anywhere. Studio 9, the next generation of the market-leading data management and enterprise synchronization solution for anytime, anywhere access to corporate information. Expanded platform and standards support, significant advances in scalability and performance, and developer productivity enhancements optimize SQL Anywhere Studio for database-powered mobile, embedded and Web-based applications as well as solutions for small to medium size businesses.

SQL Anywhere Studio 9: New Feature Overview

Expanded Platform and Standards Support - giving developers more choices for creating mobile, remote, embedded and SMB solutions

  • XML import and export capabilities, SQLX functionality, new HTTP server and SOAP support enable the creation of database-powered Web services.
  • Expanded support for the .NET Framework and .NET Compact Framework for mobile devices allows .NET developers to leverage their existing development tool expertise.
  • Support for Mac OS X and 64-bit Itanium platforms extend the appeal of SQL Anywhere Studio to new communities of developers.

The article continues at http://www.ianywhere.com/press_releases/sqlany_9.html



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