Etelos Focuses on the Future After Web 2.0 Expo Success
With a reverse merger, new technology, partnerships, and new patent applications, Etelos™ is poised to transform the future of Web applications
San Mateo, Calif.- Following its success at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Etelos, Inc. (OTCBB: ETLO) is continuing to strengthen its position as a key innovator in the Web applications market. The Company created a stir at the Web 2.0 Expo by announcing new technology and partnerships - all designed to further optimize data ubiquity and application connectivity within the Etelos ecosystem.
At Web 2.0, Etelos unveiled and demonstrated Etelos AOP™ Beta, which gives businesses the revolutionary ability to access data whenever and wherever they choose — offline, online and anytime. With Etelos AOP-enabled applications, offline users can enjoy their critical business Web applications without disruption as AOP manages potential conflicts between multiple users and their edits.
Etelos welcomed many new partners to the Etelos Marketplace™ as well. Empressr, eXpresso, 2Comma Sales, SMS Media Group and numerous companies that were part of the Web Mission 08 are now listed in the newly updated version of the Etelos Marketplace. New partners are appearing in the Etelos Marketplace regularly and are bringing a diverse array of Web applications to help businesses react with agility to solve problems.
“With the launch of AOP, we’re witnessing a tremendous amount of energy and excitement among the innovative application developers, distributors, and forward-thinking users that comprise the Etelos ecosystem. Web 2.0 Expo gave us a great platform for connecting with the developer and business communities, and the recent merger will help take the Etelos platform to the next level,” said Shelley Symonds, Etelos VP & Chief Marketing Officer.
Etelos recently announced the closing of a reverse merger into Tripath Technology Inc. and is now trading under the new stock symbol OTCBB: ETLO.
In conjunction with the availability of AOP Beta, Etelos filed multiple new patent applications for technology that enables browser-based applications to function offline, reconcile changes made while offline, and synchronize data with any other AOP-enabled applications when returning to the cloud. These technologies allow almost any browser-based application in the Etelos Marketplace to share data and interact with each other for unprecedented simplicity in collaboration.
With its open standards-based environment, Platform as a Service (PaaS) model, and the integrated Etelos Marketplace, Etelos is changing the way Web applications are developed, distributed, and consumed. Developers can license, host, and bill their applications on the Etelos Marketplace without any work at all. And with AOP Beta, they can now add offline access and the ability to share data with other AOP-enabled applications - no additional coding or effort is required.
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