Massachusetts start-up Novera Software is to release its first product next month, promising an intelligent networking platform for deploying Internet and Intranet applications. It will be written entirely in Java and will support ActiveX and Java developments. The technology will enable software houses and IT departments to deploy and support large scale business Internet applications across the enterprise. Office software supplier Corel is the first partner to bundle the Novera technology in its own Java package, Corel Office for Java.
Novera was set up a year ago by two senior executives of Brixton, both formerly at BBN. CEO Herb Rush was co-founder of Brixton and his vice president of sales, Tim Hamilton, had the same position at that company. The third co-founder of Novera is Michael Frey, now director of system engineering and previously head of engineering at Applix.
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