March 12, 2007
MAASTRICHT, Netherlands, March 6 -- The GravityZoo Company announced the Beta1 release of the GravityZoo Framework. This represents a major step in the convergence of Software as a Service (SaaS), SOA and Web 2.0. GravityZoo's newly developed technology allows for the delivery of all applications as a service at anytime anyplace and across any device in a distributed networked computing environment.
Part of the Beta1 release is The GravityZoo Client for Windows. This is a small software stack that opens the gateway to the GravityZoo Framework of which the Client becomes an integral part.
The GravityZoo Vision
The GravityZoo vision is about the convergence of SaaS, SOA and Web 2.0. Applications run in the network and are no longer limited to a server or a client computer. This allows both applications and information to become totally OS and device independent. The latter ultimately resulting in a secure ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence environment.
The GravityZoo Framework (Beta1)
Over the last months, many improvements to the existing framework have been made -- many in accordance with GravityZoo's roadmap, but also based upon the feedback received. Below the most important Beta1 achievements are listed:
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