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TongTech and Sun Launch 'Business Oriented Architecture' Through Joint Efforts

TongTech and Sun Launch 'Business Oriented Architecture' Through Joint Efforts

BEIJING, Dec. 20 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- TongTech, one of China's leading middleware technology companies, and the world's biggest UNIX system vendor, Sun Microsystems , announced today that a cooperation agreement, based on JAVA, would be established and a Business Orientated Architecture (BOA) would be launched. The announcement came at a publicity meeting held today by the two parties.

Besides satisfying "SOA" and traditional middleware technology, the new architecture integrated application experience, which makes the development and deployment of software satisfy users' needs better, satisfying the increasing demand for support platforms in China.

General Manager of TongTech Heqing Niu said, "The cooperation between TongTech and Sun is unique and established on our common business strategies. We can take BOA either as a new system architecture or as a method. For a long time, there existed many technological ideas, such as the thought about cooperative development with kits and components, while BOA integrates these ideas.

JAVA General Director Anderson Wong from Sun Software Great China District expressed his opinion about this cooperation, "We agree with the idea of BOA, and both of us share the same judgement about the development of China's software industry. For a long time, Sun has been providing good environments such as the JAVA platform, J2EE standard and operation system. We both have a deep understanding about China's informationization. Sun didn't pay enough attention to building some support platforms, which are critical for China's informationization in the future, while setting up lots of large-scale information system like ERP, CRM, PLM, SCM. BOA, which is the extension of SOA will push forward the establishment of support platforms.

BOA is a business oriented architecture whose goal is to satisfy users' business demands by solving application and integration problems and providing technological system architecture based on middleware and SOA. The three- layer system architecture includes basic middleware, integrating middleware, and Vertical Solution Package (VSP) from the bottom to the top, which depends on one another. Integrating the middleware products and VSP according to BOA can support the business or industry application.

TongTech Overview

TongTech is a professional middleware technology, products and solution package vendor invested by the Ministry of Information of China, Zhongguancun Science and Technology Area. Founded in 1992, TongTech has long been engaged in the research and technology promotion of middleware and VSP, etc. and has been the exploiter and leader in the middleware technology in China. The strategy of TongTech is to provide products and services for the basic infrastructure of enterprises with middleware as its core. Since 2002, TongTech has developed from the form of single product to middleware platform integration, absorbed the third party's middleware and application components while developing its own new products, providing professional service. For more information, go to TongTech website at http://www.tongtech.com/ .

Sun Overview

In 1982, Sun Microsystems was founded on the campus of Stanford University in the United States. It was marked as SUNW in NASDAQ upon its going public in 1986. Sun became the biggest Unix System vendor in the world with its unique concept "Net work is computer" initiatively. Its main products include computer hardware system such as the series of UltraSPARC workstation, server, and storage device, Sun ONE software, Solaris operational environment, series of JAVA kits, application software, and all kinds of services. It has occupied the market in over 100 countries and areas in the United States, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Japan and Asia Pacific Areas by its highly flexibility, scalability, availability, and usability. For more information, go to Sun website at http://www.sun.com.cn/ .

For more information, please contact: Lili Li Tel: +86-10-8262-9993 ext.243 Email: [email protected]


CONTACT: Lili Li of TongTech, +86-10-8262-9993 ext.243, or
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.tongtech.com/

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