Berkeley, CA, February 4, 2000—Tom Sawyer Software, the leading vendor of scalable and incremental graph layout technology, today announced its complete port of the Graph Layout Toolkit for C++ and Java to Red Hat Linux. In addition, the Graph Editor Toolkit for Java has been tested for the Red Hat Linux Operating System.
Tom Sawyer Software has strong practices in telecommunications, enterprise business, and electronic commerce, and IT infrastructure. Companies that produce applications for these communities have come to appreciate the reliability of Linux and its role in supporting the Web, Internet applications, e-business, and electronic commerce.
"We are pleased to support the efforts of the Open Source Community, and have always had excellent support of various versions of Unix," said Brendan Madden, Chief Executive Officer of Tom Sawyer Software. "The reliability and cost savings associated with Unix and GNU environments is well known in the development community."
Tom Sawyer Software is the leading provider of software and services that enable organizations to build highly scalable and flexible graph and data visualization and analysis applications. These applications are used to discover hidden patterns, complex relationships, and key trends in large and diverse datasets. Tom Sawyer Software serves clients with needs in link analysis; network topology; architectures and models; schematics and maps; and dependencies, flows, and processes. We help clients federate and integrate their data from multiple sources and build the graph and data visualization applications that are critical to analyzing and gaining insight into their data.View All Press Releases