Sybase Inc., a provider of enterprise integration applications, is implementing a strategy that focuses on enabling companies to leverage existing technologies to access and develop Web services.

The Dublin, California-based developer intends to support enterprise-class Web services in its infrastructure software and to deliver applications that allow companies to bridge the gap between different levels of adoption of Web services. Sybase also is supporting the development of Web services standards through its participation in the newly formed Web Services Interoperability Association and the Organization for Structured Information Standards.

Web services enable various software components to communicate with each other in an automated fashion using the Internet. Sybase says its software is Web-services enabled, allowing companies to choose a combination of technologies and/or platforms to develop and deploy Web services. Among its offerings are applications that help with the automation and development of Web services; software that hosts Web services; software that connects to a Web service and delivers that value of that service on to its intended user; and a set of software services that assemble and orchestrate, helping to coordinate the activities of services while in use.

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