OpenLink Software Releases Virtuoso Universal Server 5.0.1
Burlington, MA. Tuesday, June 5, 2007 - OpenLink Software, Inc., a technology leader in the development and deployment of secure, high-performance, universal data-access and data-integration middleware, announces the immediate availability of the latest release of its industry-acclaimed Universal Server Platform, Virtuoso Universal Server 5.0.1.
The new product release includes powerful enterprise-level Semantic Data Web technology features such as:
Virtuoso enables transparent integration of heterogeneous corporate databases, Web sites, Web 2.0 data sources, and other Internet-accessible data, both within the enterprise and across the Semantic Data Web. It automates the process of creating and linking disparate data via the RDF Data Model.
"The Semantic Data Web is an evolution of the current Document-focused Web, using RDF to infuse data linkage, and navigation over those previously invisible links, into the current ecosystem", said Kingsley Idehen, OpenLink Software™'s Founder & CEO. "Virtuoso 5.0.1 is a statement of Semantic Web technology leadership and vision. It enables individuals and enterprises alike to exploit the data-integration prowess of the Semantic Data Web, unobtrusively, today", he added.
The new release is available in 32- and 64-bit forms on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, Solaris, IBM AIX, HP-UX, and other UNIX platforms.
Industry standards supported by Virtuoso include SQL, ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, OLEDB, SPARQL, GData, XQuery, XPath, XSLT, XML/A, WebDAV, HTTP, NNTP, Atom Publishing, and more.
OpenLink Software is a privately held software company with offices in the U.S.A. and United Kingdom. It has been the leading provider and technology innovator in the universal data-access middleware market since 1993, and over 10,000 companies currently use its products worldwide.
Additional information on OpenLink Software can be found on the company web site, http://www.openlinksw.com/.
Additional information on Virtuoso is available from:
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