New product offering in response to growing customer demand as shift to 64-bit environments continues - VANCOUVER, BC – July 11, 2012 – Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX:ICS) (“Intrinsyc” or the “Company”), a leading software and engineering services company, today announced that it is developing a 64-bit version of its market leading bi-directional Java-COM bridging software, “J-Integra.” The new software release is expected in August 2012.
J-Integra is software that provides the critical link between Java & Microsoft applications, and enables data to be exchanged between these disparate systems. J-Integra offers integration between Java software and Microsoft COM components. Using J- Integra, one can access COM components from Java as though they were Java objects, and Java objects from COM as though they were COM components. J- Integra's pure Java-DCOM implementation means that it can be used with any JVM, running on any platform.
“Over the past few years, there has been a growing demand for a 64-bit version of J-Integra as businesses migrate from 32-bit to 64-bit environments,” stated Chris Palmer, Manager, Enterprise Interoperability Solutions. “64-bit software has a variety of advantages over their 32-bit counter-parts and software vendors have to embrace the 64-bit movement otherwise they risk becoming obsolete. J-Integra with 64-bit support will enable organizations to migrate to the latest operating system environments while retaining their investment in legacy systems.”
Over 1,500 of the world’s most respected companies, including more than twenty percent of the Fortune 500, use J-Integra to provide them with the essential tools that they need to transfer data between their Java Applications and their Microsoft Applications.