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Hayward will share his insight on what IT managers must consider in establishing an Adaptive Application Architecture.
Almost one year ago, Phantom Fiber Corporation launched an aggressive mobile strategy designed to dominate the wireless gaming market using its Adaptive Application Architecture (A3) -- a unique development methodology which enables clients to easily adapt to changing requirements in a fast-moving mobile device marketplace.
HP leverages its experience with associated architecture and service management disciplines to build high-performance, highly agile IT solutions for customers, including HP Integrated Service Management and HP Adaptive Application Architecture.
MatrixOne and eMatrix are registered trademarks, and Collaborative Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Solutions for the Value Chain, eMatrix Collaboration Platform, Value Chain Portfolio, MatrixOne Program Central, MatrixOne Engineering Central, and eMatrix Adaptive Application Architecture are trademarks of MatrixOne, Inc.
The inherent nature of the eMatrix Adaptive Application Architecture and our proven commitment to supporting leading standards means our customers can be confident that we'll keep pace with the latest technologies and that they can continue to leverage their existing IT investments.
Wakesoft is the provider of an adaptive application architecture for J2EE with products designed to simplify and speed the way companies build and extend enterprise applications using J2EE.