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Vaakya Technologies lanuches language platform

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Bangalore, Sept 11: Vaakya Technologies today announced launch of its 'Vaakya' -- an innovative technology platform and scripting language to build, test and deploy enterprise software applications.

Talking to newsmen here today, Vaakya Technologies Director K Sudarsan said that the product had been developed entirely in-house after exhaustive Research and Development for over three years.

He said Vaakya Architecture provided a reliable, salable and robust application environment to deliver high performance and productivity, using very minimal hardware and communication resources.

Mr Sudarsan said that 'Vaakya' can reduce turnaround time to go to market and deliver software applications across various deployment models like standalone, client-server (LAN or web) as well as in a software as a service model.

To showcase the capabilities of 'Vaakya', the company released the beta version of 'Vaakya Business Application Framework'--the first framework product built on this newly invented 'Vaakya architecture. It provides a complete integrated suit of infrastructure and framework components, including an integrated development environment, database, web application server, graphics engine, communications interface and client and server components-- at a small footprint of less than 1.5 MB.

Mr Sudarsan said that it was also proposed to provide an 'application exchange portal' built over Vaakya's On-Demand Platform, for individual developers as well as small and medium software vendors to develop and deliver their software applications globally to end-customers.

UNI

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