Macromedia Licenses ICEsoft Technology; Rich Client Application Leader Adopts the Top Java HTML Rendering Tool
CALGARY, Alberta -- February 25, 2005 -- ICEsoft Technologies Inc., the leading provider of Java browser and Java Web access software, today announced that Macromedia has incorporated ICEreader(R) SDK into their J2EE server products.
ICEsoft’s SDKs support robust rendering of complex HTML documents in headless J2EE server environments. Macromedia has leveraged this capability in its J2EE server products.
“ICEsoft’s software enables us to render documents seamlessly across a range of formats,” said Dave Gruber, senior product manager, Macromedia. “The ICEsoft technology is 100 percent Java and completely customizable. As an embedded component, the ICEsoft solution allows our customers to render application content across the entire range of in-field operating environments.”
Macromedia reviewed other rendering solutions before deciding on ICEreader. The selection criteria included high availability and performance suitable for a mission-critical environment, and open standards to maximize business flexibility.
ICEsoft Technologies Inc. is the world’s leading provider of Java browser and Java Web access software for enterprise applications, embedded systems and Web services. ICEsoft and its ICEreader and ICEbrowser brands are well known in the Java development community with an installed base of more than 10 million units in operation, with customers in over 35 countries. Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, ICEsoft is on the Web at www.icesoft.com.
ICEsoft, ICEreader, ICEbrowser, and ICEpdf are registered trademarks of ICEsoft Technologies Inc. All other company and product names may be the subject of intellectual property rights reserved by third parties.
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