Larkspur, California-based Synon Corp is gearing up for a November or December launch of its Obsydian 3.0 application development environment, the first release to have a Java code generator. The generator will enable customers to re-generate applications in Java, without re-engineering or re-writing existing Obsydian-developed applications. It will run on HP-UX, Windows NT, and AS/400-based systems. Around the same time, the company will announce a new components strategy, which will see application components developed by customers or partners – and marketed and sold by Synon. Now 14 years old, and with annual revenues of around $85m, Synon claims to be one of the largest privately-held software companies.
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