March 25, 1997 1:30 PM ET
Startup Netmosphere targets collaboration market
By Maria Seminerio

  Netmosphere Inc., a year-old software startup, today announced plans to develop Java-based collaboration software for corporate intranets using its Java Application Server middleware technology.

The company also will focus on building Java-based intelligent agents and other applications for legacy groupware and client/server systems, said Heather Rose, CEO of Netmosphere, based in San Mateo, Calif.

The Java Application Server technology enables corporate users to add real-time collaboration to business productivity applications, company officials said. Products based on the technology are set to be released during the second quarter of this year.

Privately held Netmosphere can be reached at

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