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Laszlo Systems Named to the SD Times 100

4th Annual Awards List Recognizes Top Companies in Software Development Industry

SAN MATEO, Calif., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Laszlo Systems, the original developer of OpenLaszlo, the leading advanced open source platform for building and deploying Ajax applications, has been named as one of the 100 leading innovators in software development by the Software Development (SD) Times. The fourth annual SD Times 100 list, published in the magazine's June 1, 2006 issue, recognizes Laszlo as a winner in the Rich Client category, alongside industry peers such as Google, the Eclipse Foundation, and Ruby on Rails.

"Each year we strive to acknowledge those companies that have helped to significantly advance the software development industry," said David Rubinstein, Editor-in-Chief of SD Times. "When selecting our Rich Client category winners, we were impressed by the number of open source candidates among our nominees. Laszlo Systems' mature platform and established community of contributors made the company stand out - they're certainly one of the industry's driving forces."

The judging committee for the SD Times 100 commended Laszlo for its Ajax development efforts, describing the company as offering "the tools for interface construction that make the Web look like Star Trek computer screens."

"Laszlo Systems is honored to be a recipient of this year's award," said Steve Ciesinski, chairman and CEO at Laszlo. "We're working hard to advance the web as a truly functional application platform, and today's achievement is a testament to the success of our efforts to date."

OpenLaszlo is an open source platform for developing web applications that are as feature-rich and robust as desktop applications, without requiring the installation of any new software. Worldwide adoption of the platform spans virtually all market sectors, including enterprise, government, education and business-to-consumer.

To learn more about OpenLaszlo, visit http://www.openlaszlo.org/. Training and support for OpenLaszlo, including tutorials on Laszlo's dynamic language, LZX, are available at http://www.laszlosystems.com/.

The entire 2006 SD Times 100 list can be accessed at http://www.sdtimes.com/.

About BZ Media LLC and SD Times

BZ Media LLC (http://www.bzmedia.com/) is a New York-based media company combining the best of print and Internet publishing with industry-leading technical conferences and expositions.

BZ Media's SD Times (http://www.sdtimes.com/) is the twice-monthly newspaper of record for the software development industry. SD Times reaches more than 55,000 subscribers in 131 countries.

About Laszlo Systems

Laszlo Systems is the original developer of OpenLaszlo, the leading open source platform for building and deploying Web 2.0 applications. OpenLaszlo technology has been widely adopted by application and service providers in the consumer, enterprise, education and government markets. Laszlo Systems provides updates, training and support for OpenLaszlo and offers rich- experience web-based digital life applications such as Laszlo Mail, built on OpenLaszlo.

For more information about San Mateo, Calif.-based Laszlo Systems, visit http://www.laszlosystems.com/.

Note to editors: Laszlo is a registered trademark of Laszlo Systems, Inc. All other products and brands mentioned are trademarks and/or service marks of their respective owners.

Laszlo Systems, Inc.

CONTACT: Jeanne Achille, The Devon Group, +1-732-224-1000, ext. 11,
[email protected], for Laszlo Systems; or Helena Kimball, Laszlo Systems,
+1-650-358-2717, [email protected]

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