San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 10, 2006
FairCom Corporation today announced Universal Binary support across its product range for Mac OS X version 10.4 “Tiger”. FairCom’s complete line of database technology, including the c-tree Plus database SDK, c-treeSQL Server technology, and c-tree ISAM Server technology, is now compatible with both Power PC and Intel-based Macs.
“Using Apple’s superb developer tools the effort required to create Universal versions of our products was much less than we originally anticipated,” said Randal Hoff, FairCom’s Director of Business Development. “For example, the team was able to complete the c-tree port in under a week so start to finish, from receipt of the hardware to the completion of all of our QA processes, was less than a month end to end. That’s impressive.”
“Xcode and other innovative Apple tools give developers the power to quickly and easily create Universal versions of their applications,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developers Relations. “We’re thrilled that FairCom has developed Universal versions of its applications to join the thousands already available so customers can harness the power and innovation of Intel-based Macs.”
FairCom Corporation has provided fast, portable, and reliable database development tools for commercial developers since 1979 and for the Apple community specifically since 1986. This technology provides the developer with the power and flexibility to quickly and reliably deal with all aspects of storing, retrieving, and updating mission critical data. FairCom Server technology is utilized by such noted organizations as: McGraw-Hill, Federal Express, and NASA. Companies like Computer Associates and Compuware have embedded FairCom's c-tree within vertical market products and licensed FairCom Server technology for OEM uses. For further information regarding FairCom or the c-tree Server, contact FairCom US at 800-234-8180, FairCom Europe at 39-035-721-321, FairCom Japan at 81-0592-29-7504, or FairCom Brazil at 55-11-3872-9802, or visit http://www.faircom.com.