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CACHÉ Post-Relational Database, InsiTech XTT Construction Framework Offer Java Developers RAD, Deployment of Rich Thin-Client Web Systems

Cambridge, Mass. – June 27, 2005 – InterSystems Corporation today announced an agreement with InsiTech, Inc. that supports rapid delivery of high performance, thin-client, rich Internet applications for Java software developers. The announcement was made at the 2005 JavaOne Conference in San Francisco.

InterSystems develops and markets the CACHÉ post-relational database and Ensemble universal integration platform worldwide. Cheshire, Conn.-based InsiTech provides XTT™– Smart Web Clients for Java tools for Java developers worldwide. InterSystems will collaborate with InsiTech on initiatives that enable Java developers to offer top-tier rich Web applications targeted for multiple markets. InsiTech has become a member of InterSystems’ CACHÉ Technology Partners program.

The agreement provides a basis for technology sharing and software support between InterSystems and InsiTech. “We are leveraging the product strengths of CACHÉ and XTT to effectively change the Java development paradigm,” said Paul Grabscheid, InterSystems Vice President of Strategic Planning. “InsiTech’s innovative approach to simplifying the complexity of building Java applications complements InterSystems’ commitment to enabling rapid application development and deployment,” he continued. “The synergy between CACHÉ objects and the XTT Java construction framework enables developers to take advantage of the advanced object technology and RAD features of CACHÉ and XTT’s pure Java, standards-based, GUI platform to rapidly build rich, thin-client Web applications.”

XTT is a pure Java, standards-based GUI construction environment that automates development of thin-client Rich Internet Applications without the need for proprietary plug-ins or downloads. “Any Java control can be extended through our technology…an open approach that fits well with the open design of CACHÉ,” said Jim Villano, InsiTech Co-founder and COO. “In addition, CACHÉ offers proven robustness, speed and a unified data architecture that eliminates any requirement for object-relational mapping. Those capabilities are extremely attractive to progressive Java developers who want to take advantage of XTT to deliver the benefits of a traditional client/server LAN solution over the Internet.”

Currently building a Java-based asset management system for a major telecommunications firm, Richard Conway, CEO of eGrok, Inc. in Miami, a technology consulting firm, is well positioned to comment on the synergy between CACHÉ and XTT. “The XTT product provides the enhanced interface and RAD features that are absolutely essential for creating rich, smart Internet applications,” he said. “And, the sophisticated Java support, high performance and easy manageability provided by CACHÉ are the perfect complement. The combination of XTT and CACHÉ is ideal for any Java developer who wants to rapidly create and deliver rich, Web-based applications.”

More information about the partnership between InterSystems and InsiTech can be obtained by visiting InterSystems‘ Booth 1440 at JavaOne.

About InterSystems

Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, InterSystems Corporation ( has served the needs of IT organizations and independent software vendors for more than two decades. InterSystems’ showcase products, the CACHÉ post-relational database and the Ensemble universal integration platform, enable the rapid creation and fast integration of high-performance applications.

Over four million people use mission-critical applications based on InterSystems’ software. Twenty-five regional offices serve application developers and integrators around the world, and 24 x 7 support is provided for all InterSystems products.

A free, fully functional, no time-limit copy of CACHÉ can be downloaded or requested on CD from the InterSystems Web site.

About InsiTech

InsiTech, Inc., based in Cheshire, Conn., develops and markets the XTT– Smart Web Clients for Java toolset. Targeting Java developers who want ultra-thin solutions to rich Internet application development and deployment, XTT provides a unique Java application construction environment that enables building smarter, richer, thinner swing-based Internet applications. More information is available at

Visit InsiTech’s website to download a free, fully functional version of XTT which can be used with NetBeans, Eclipse, or JBuilder IDEs.

Trademark Notes:  Caché is a trademark of InterSystems Corporation.  Other trademarks belong to their respective owners.

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