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August 20, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

Expect Kim Polese’s Marimba Inc to launch its Java development tools in early October, slightly later than planned. Names have been decided, but the company is still tight-lipped about them and about what the stuff really does, apart from its being aimed at those wishing to deploy Java applications across networks and do real business on-line. But we do know that although the tools will be complementary to the browser, they are not browser-centric, according to Ms Polese. That is, the applications built using the tools would not necessarily have to be launched from a browser to be on the Internet; they could have their own access via another type of interface built into the application. All the work has been done in-house and the company is planning to distribute them directly, on-line through third parties’ Web sites and through OEM contracts. The tools are currently being tested by about 25 companies in financial, publishing and other arenas.

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