JNBridge Announces JNBridgePro is Certified for Windows Vista
JNBridgePro Extends Java and .NET Interoperability to Windows Vista
Boulder, Colorado, US—April 25, 2007—JNBridge, the Java and .NET interoperability company, today announced that JNBridgePro has been Certified for Windows Vista. JNBridgePro is a Java and .NET interoperability tool that easily connects anything Java to anything .NET. Developers can access entire object-oriented APIs from the other side, providing a high degree of reliability and programmatic control.
“We’re committed to delivering products that stay current with evolving technologies,” said Wayne Citrin, CTO of JNBridge. “Achieving Certified for Windows Vista status gives both our customers and us confidence that JNBridgePro works well with the latest Microsoft has to offer. Taking advantage of the enhanced reliability and security features of Windows Vista has increased the robustness of JNBridgePro.”
“Microsoft is pleased that JNBridge has earned the Certified for Windows Vista software logo,” said Dave Wascha, director of Partner Marketing for Windows Client at Microsoft Corp. “This announcement is a testament to JNBridge’s commitment to and support of the Microsoft platform.”
JNBridgePro is available for immediate download from the JNBridge Web site. See www.jnbridge.com for download information and a free 30-day trial.
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.