JNBridge Joins Microsoft and Other Industry Leaders in Interop Vendor Alliance
Interop alliance committed to connecting heterogeneous systems
Boulder, Colorado, US—November 14, 2006—JNBridge, LLC announced today that it has joined Microsoft and other industry leaders in a new Interop Vendor Alliance. The Alliance was established to cooperatively connect heterogeneous systems and data, and is committed to improved interoperability for its customers and vendors.
About the Interop Vendor Alliance
Formed in 2006, the Interop Vendor Alliance is an industry wide group working to identify and share opportunities to better connect people, data and diverse systems through better interoperability with Microsoft systems and to jointly market interoperability solutions of its members. Founding members include AMD, BEA Systems, Business Objects, CA, The Carbon Project, Centeris Corporation, Citrix Systems Inc, GXS, IP Commerce Inc, JNBridge, KERNEL Networks, Levi, Ray & Shoup Inc, Microsoft Corporation, NEC, Network Appliance, Novell, Q4bis, Quest Software, Siemens Enterprise Communications, Software AG, SugarCRM, Sun Microsystems, Symphony Services, Xcalia, and XenSource. Additional information about the Interop Vendor Alliance can be found on its Web site at http://www.interopvendoralliance.org.
“We are pleased that JNBridge is joining the Interop Vendor Alliance,” said Sam Rosenbalm, Business Development Manager, Microsoft. “We believe that their experience in building Java and .NET interoperability tools will help our mutual customers connect their disparate systems.”
JNBridge provides Java and .NET interoperability tools that easily connect anything Java to anything .NET. Developers can access Java objects and classes from .NET as if they were .NET objects and classes, or access .NET objects and classes from Java. JNBridgePro exposes anything across the platform boundary, including objects, classes, members, or user interface components. It bridges .NET with J2SE or J2EE, and supports all the leading J2EE application servers.
JNBridge is a privately-held company located in Boulder, Colorado. Founded in 2001, JNBridge has grown to hundreds of customers and tens of thousands of users worldwide. Organizations using JNBridge products range from Global 500 enterprises to small ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) and consulting shops, solving Java and .NET interoperability issues in a tremendous variety of applications.