April 28, 2008
SAN MATEO, Calif., April 21 -- Etelos Inc., today announced new technology that enables true data ubiquity and application portability beyond simple online and offline synchronization. Any browser-based application from the Etelos Marketplace enabled with these new technologies can exchange data swiftly and securely with any other AOP-enabled application, bringing collaboration in the workplace to new heights.
Etelos has filed multiple patent applications for technology that enables browser-based applications to function offline, reconcile changes made while offline, and synchronize data with any other AOP-enabled application when returning to the cloud. In addition, Etelos AOP Beta is now available to users and developers.
“Etelos has created a platform-agnostic method for enabling truly distributed computing,” Etelos President and CEO Jeffrey L. Garon said. “It’s imperative that users have the freedom to choose the applications that will help them best build their business and run their lives and yet ensure the solutions are secure, easy to use and able to scale with them. Further, developers are empowered to build solutions that fit their customers’ needs and solve their problems on demand. Now they both can capitalize on any opportunity that surfaces.”
Regardless of the availability of an Internet connection, this technology manages the potential conflicts between multiple users and their edits and allows for interaction between different applications.
These patents are the basis of the technology behind the Etelos ecosystem, which includes the Etelos Application Server, Version 6. The system for running a Web-based application offline is encompassed in Apps on a Plane, which enables any Web-based application distributed through the Etelos Marketplace to function offline, online and anytime. Etelos App Sync manages applications when synchronizing.
Businesses have unlimited access to any and all of their data in any AOP enabled application, whenever and wherever they choose. This data is safe as it is stored in both a local database and mirrored in the application in the cloud. Since AOP uses the Internet to update only data that has changed, the process is simple and lightweight. Because data is shared between applications, data integrity is maintained and the applications you need are available when you need them.
With AOP, workers who are away from an Internet connection will not experience any interruptions in features or functionality in the tools they use daily. Best of all, developers can now create suites of applications for companies that allow new levels of collaboration.
“It all started with a simple promise. For business users, you should be free to take your Web app anywhere. For developers, you should be comfortable knowing that enabling AOP requires no code changes to your app,” Etelos Founder and CTO Danny Kolke said. “Being able to focus on productivity and functionality instead of bottlenecks is one of the cornerstones of Opportunity Computing. By not having to re-engineer an application, both developers and users can capitalize quickly on productivity opportunities.”
A developer working on an existing application can enable that application to exchange data with any other AOP-enabled application and run offline or online without having to change the application’s code. Developers also can create new applications using many popular tools that they are comfortable with, allowing them to build applications that communicate with many popular platforms. Developers can assure their customers increased data control, availability, and offline and online accessibility.
More information and access to these new technologies can be found at www.etelos.com/marketplace.
These groundbreaking technologies mark the future of work as Etelos continues to revolutionize the way applications are developed, distributed and consumed.
About Etelos Inc.
Etelos provides on-demand browser-based applications on the hosting environment that you choose. Etelos technology for developing and deploying on-demand applications is revolutionizing the world of software distribution. The Etelos Marketplace gives developers an easy way to license, distribute and host their applications, and businesses a wide selection of fully customizable, on-demand applications. For more information about Etelos, visit www.etelos.com.
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