Rococo Software and Bantry Technologies integrate simulation technology to help ease wireless development woes

August 22, 2002

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DUBLIN -- Rococo Software and Bantry Technologies will integrate Rococo's Impronto Simulator(TM) and Bantry's VirtuoSimo(TM), making it easier for developers to build wireless Java applications and services. The companies intend to bundle their products, giving wireless developers access to the most powerful set of simulation technologies available in a single product. "Simulation technology is a solution to the growing demands placed on developers to produce quality applications within tight time and budget constraints," said Rococo Software CEO, Sean O'Sullivan. "Wireless developers will now have access to the features of both Impronto Simulator and VirtuoSimo, making designing secure wireless services and adding Bluetooth capabilities to Java applications significantly easier." Rococo Software's Impronto Simulator runs Java applications in a simulated Bluetooth environment, allowing developers to test and configure applications before deploying them on Bluetooth devices. Impronto Simulator simplifies testing, reduces application development time, lowers development costs and supports any JABWT-compliant implementation (JABWT). Bantry's VirtuoSimo is a complete simulation platform designed for the development, testing and presentation of wireless services. VirtuoSimo provides a new development and simulation platform that makes it easier to implement SIM Toolkit applets and related SMS services. Rococo Software Ltd. Bantry Technologies Ltd.

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