DataMirror Corporation: PointBase Wins Java Developer's Journal 2003 Readers' Choice Award.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 1, 2004
PointBase Micro Named Best Mobile Database for Second Consecutive Year
PointBase, the leader in Java(TM) data management and synchronization solutions, today announced its PointBase Micro database has won the Java Developer's Journal (JDJ) 2003 Readers' Choice Award for "Best Mobile Database." This award recognizes industry-leading software, solutions, and services in the Java space, and is part of SYS-CON Media's Readers' Choice Awards Program which has become the most-respected industry awards program of its kind.
"2003 turned out to be a watershed year for Java, with enterprising companies taking Java beyond the server to mobile devices, automobile sensors, vending machines, point-of-sale systems, airline seat-backs - all the while knowing that J2SE 1.5 would soon be on its way to speed up deployment. The nomination and award process whereby JDJ's readers have given PointBase Micro a Readers' Choice Award strongly reflect this renewed energy and expansion of Java, and the Award shows PointBase to be one of the industry's absolute leading players in the highly competitive Java space," says Joe Ottinger, Editor-in-Chief, JDJ.
Award recipients were selected through reader-submitted nominations, followed by online voting. Over 15,000 JDJ readers cast their vote to select the best Java products of the year in 25 award categories from over 630 nominations.
"We thank JDJ readers for choosing PointBase Micro as the best mobile database for the second consecutive year. We would also like to congratulate Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) and iAnywhere Solutions (NYSE: SY) for being named finalists in our category," says Steve Jones, Managing Director, Engineering, PointBase. "This award further validates our established leadership in the mobile database market. As always, we are committed to providing our customers with the most robust Java data management and synchronization solutions available so they can further extend the reach of their enterprise data to increase business and employee performance and drive toward global competitiveness."
PointBase Micro is a platform-independent Java relational database optimized to run on the Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME CDC and CLDC/MIDP) and J2SE platforms. It has an ultra-compact footprint (less than 45K for J2ME MIDP) and can be easily embedded within Java applications, making it transparent to users from the time of deployment. PointBase Micro is ideal for notebooks, tablet PCs, PDAs, cell phones, and other emerging Java-enabled devices. It provides effective data management for rapid and efficient mobile enterprise applications created by software vendors, systems integrators, and corporate IT departments.
For pricing and further product information on PointBase Micro, call 408-961-1100 (toll free: 1-877-238-8798), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.pointbase.com/jdj04.
About Java Developer's Journal
JDJ is the world's leading Java publication. Currently in its eight year of publication, JDJ serves as the Java industry's primary monthly source of information, insight, and interactivity through the accompanying Web portal at www.JavaDevelopersJournal.com. JDJ's core readership includes developers, programmers, Middle to Upper level IT/IS development managers, system architects, and engineers. JDJ is regarded as the premier source of quality Java information for the Java community, worldwide.
PointBase, a division of DataMirror, is the leading provider of Java data management and synchronization products for the embedded database and data mobility markets. PointBase's products are used in Java server applications and are also embedded within Java applications. The company's products are the preferred solution for Java mobile data applications found on laptops, PDAs and other mobile devices. Customers include: Sun Microsystems, BEA Systems, and Macromedia.
DataMirror (Nasdaq: DMCX; TSX: DMC), a leading provider of live, secure data integration and protection solutions, gives companies the power to manage, monitor and protect their corporate data in real-time. Over 1,800 companies have gone live with DataMirror software including 3M Pharmaceuticals, Debenhams, FedEx Ground, First American Bank, GMAC Commercial Mortgage, OshKosh B'Gosh, Priority Health, Tiffany & Co., and Union Pacific Railroad. DataMirror is headquartered in Markham, Canada, and has offices around the globe. For more information, visit www.datamirror.com.
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