Going forward, Recursion will now focus future development efforts on building universally available application components, with corresponding remotely accessible services and APIs to further empower organizations to build advanced, real-time, information sharing applications that span all devices, while also further easing mobile development across all smartphones.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 7, 2009
Recursion Software, a provider of next-generation software platforms and intelligent middleware, today at the 2009 CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment announced the release of Voyager 7.2, a pervasive software platform that enables developers to write to a single set of APIs for peer-to-peer, peer-to-group and peer-to-enterprise application messaging across all major smartphones including iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Limo, and Maemo. Using Voyager-powered applications, smartphone, netbook and PC users can share contacts and other personal information (PIM), location data, media files and more, in collaboration, data collection, fleet, asset, and workforce management, and other advanced mobile applications. Voyager developers and solution providers can finally build and deploy truly device-independent applications, increasing their market reach and decreasing their time to market.
Mobile fragmentation is a long-term problem for application developers as well as hardware manufacturers, forcing them to build and maintain software on an ever-growing number of operating systems. With each new release, companies must decide which devices they will support with their applications and which devices, along with their customer base, they must leave behind. Voyager solves this problem by easing development and expanding code reuse on multiple platforms. Voyager is the only pervasive platform that works on any mix of wireless devices such as smartphones, netbooks, UMPCs, and MIDs, as well as laptops, workstations, servers and embedded systems.
Shared PIM information and file sharing across devices is also demonstrated in this release, enabling address book contacts and multi-media files to be distributed amongst communities of devices without the requirement of accessing a desktop, server or cloud. This is accomplished via Voyager's location-aware, decentralized group application messaging over any Telco or WiFi network. These capabilities underscore Recursion's continued advancement toward true universal mobile collaboration, unified communication and information sharing.
"The addition of iPhone makes Voyager the only software communications platform developers need to reach a rich customer pool while future-proofing their applications," said Bob DeAnna, CTO Recursion Software. "Going forward, Recursion will now focus future development efforts on building universally available application components, with corresponding remotely accessible services and APIs to further empower organizations to build advanced, real-time, information sharing applications that span all devices, while also further easing mobile development across all smartphones."
Recursion Software will offer a demo of these capabilities at the 2009 CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment Conference in San Diego, Booth #809. Additionally, a free developer community version of Voyager is available for download at recursionsw.com.
About Recursion Software
Recursion Software provides next-generation platforms and middleware designed for mobile communications and collaboration. The company is regarded for its Voyager platform that provides true peer-to-peer communications, real-time intelligence, and interoperability to a range of mobile, desktop and embedded devices, and multiple languages. Recursion has 47 patents issued and/or pending. The company is a privately held corporation with a worldwide customer base of government and commercial clients.