SAP and Sybase Fuel Mobile App Development With Sybase Unwired Platform

 SAP AG and Sybase, Inc., a SAP company, announced Sybase Unwired Platform 2.1 which will enrich mobile application development with an enhanced development kit and new developer resources for the more than 2 million members of SAP Community Network

Sybase Unwired Platform is one of the first fully integrated mobile enterprise application platforms built to leverage existing developer skill sets and industry standards in order to reduce the heavy lifting required in developing mobile applications.

Sybase Unwired Platform 2.1 and mobile SDK aim to provide a collection of new tooling, server components and libraries that will enable mobile and Web developers to create variety of mobile applications across various device platforms, including iOS, BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Mobile. 

“With an existing developer community network of more than 2 million members and an SAP customer base of more than 170,000, there is tremendous opportunity for SAP and Sybase to innovate around and execute on our on-device strategy,” said Dr. Raj Nathan, executive vice president, chief marketing officer and head of Mobile Applications, Sybase. “The high interest in mobile apps and online store-like environments in the consumer space is now extending to the enterprise. However, the model requires a much different architectural approach to be successful. This marks a significant release for the entire mobile app developer community and our growing partner ecosystem, as they now have a standards-based, unified platform and community program to rally around and deliver high volumes of enterprise mobility apps.”

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