Web Based Application
developed various Web based applications for banks, security brokers,
electric utility companies using Web technologies such as
HTML,VRML, Java, Active/X by using FrontPage 98, JDBC, CGI, InterDEV,
ASP, and VB 6.0, and so on.
All our engineers
are familiar with client/server architecture and technologies. Quantum
has developed client server application on AIX, HP-UX, SCO Unix,
Sun Solaris, Windows NT, Windows 95 and IBM OS/2 platforms using
OSF/Motif, Uniface, PowerBuilder, Delphi, Visual C/C++, Visual Basic,
Distributed Computing. We have acquired
solid expertise in middle-ware technologies, including TP monitors,
ORB and COM+. With our expertise using CORBA, Java, C++, IIOP and
database technologies, has helped us to deliver a large number of
As a document management and
workflow application, our application software is based on Lotus
Notes. It has been widely used in government agencies, state-run
and private enterprises
We are good at database systems
including Oracle, Sybase, DB2, Informix and Microsoft SQL Server.
We have used DB2, Sybase and Oracle databases for a number of banking
and trading applications that require large throughput of transaction
processing. We have also used Sybase and SQL Server for many data
mining and decision support applications.
Networking and computer
telephone integration were Quantum's initial focus and still remain
a very active area that Quantum is working on. Quantum has been
issued several awards to some applications developed by Quantum,
and deployed them throughout the world.
Our expertise are
very often sought after by the clients in areas of application requirements
analysis, architecture and design, project feasibility study, project
evaluation and estimation, project management, software development,
product deployment and systems integration. In many cases, Quantum
is contracted to develop customized total solutions to its clients'
Software Migration/Porting. Our engineers
have ported software applications between HP 9000, IBM RS/6000,
DEC Alpha and Sun Solaris platforms, which often involved data migration
between Oracle, Sybase and Informix.