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Kaazing Partners With Sun Microsystems

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Kaazing Corporation and Sun Microsystems, Inc. today announced an alliance to deliver the software industry's most scalable and advanced real-time Web 2.0 platform. The integration between Kaazing's real-time Rich Internet Application (RIA) solution, Enterprise Comet, and Sun Microsystems' open source Java EE application server, Glassfish, enables customers to easily create and deploy scalable mission-critical real-time solutions such as trading systems, betting and gambling applications, and interactive sports and news broadcasts, to the Web.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 7 /PRNewswire/ — Kaazing Corporation and Sun Microsystems, Inc. today announced an alliance to deliver the software industry's most scalable and advanced real-time Web 2.0 platform. The integration between Kaazing's real-time Rich Internet Application (RIA) solution, Enterprise Comet, and Sun Microsystems' open source Java EE application server, Glassfish, enables customers to easily create and deploy scalable mission-critical real-time solutions such as trading systems, betting and gambling applications, and interactive sports and news broadcasts, to the Web.

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"We are very excited to work with such renowned company," said Jacobi, chief executive officer of Kaazing. "Sun has always been at the forefront of Web technology, which complements Kaazing's forward thinking mindset well. Combining Sun's application server, Glassfish, with Kaazing's real-time Web engine, Enterprise Comet, provides a development platform that allows developers to push the boundaries of the Internet, enabling the delivery of more dynamic and interactive applications than currently exist today. I am confident that with Sun's support, Kaazing can alter the fabric of the Web, creating a new Web that allows the development of real-time, multi-user applications based on simple and democratizing standard technologies like Java, HTML and JavaScript."

With Kaazing's patent-pending Enterprise Comet technology, Sun Microsystems can offer its customers a highly scalable, advanced real-time Web solution capable of powering some of the largest marketplaces in the world. Through this partnership, Kaazing continues to expand its capability to deliver scalability and real-time performance benefits to Rich Internet Applications.

"As far as we're concerned, the enterprise equals Java," said John Fallows, CTO and co-founder of Kaazing Corporation. "We have been actively involved in the Java community for many years and when we were introduced to project Glassfish, we were quickly convinced that its combination of low development impact and high performance was a perfect fit for our real-time Web solution. Together with Sun we can now deliver an advanced and scalable real-time Web 2.0 solution for the Java enterprise."

For more information about Kaazing and Kaazing's Enterprise Edition please visit http://www.kaazing.com

About Kaazing Corporation

Kaazing Corporation's Enterprise Comet solution is the industry's most advanced real-time solution for Java EE. It provides IT organizations with the infrastructure to rapidly and reliably create and deploy mission critical real-time Web applications with no browser plug-ins or usage of traditional client-side polling. For more information visit Kaazing Corporation's web site at http://www.kaazing.com.

About Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Sun Microsystems develops the technologies that power the global marketplace. Guided by a singular vision — "The Network is the Computer" — Sun drives network participation through shared innovation, community development and open source leadership. Sun can be found in more than 100 countries and on the Web at http://sun.com.

Kaazing Corporation, Kaazing, and Enterprise Comet are trademarks, registered trademarks, or service marks of Kaazing Corporation in the United States and other countries.

Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sun, Sun Microsystems, Java, and The Network Is The Computer are trademarks, registered trademarks, or service marks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

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SOURCE Kaazing Corporation; Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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