USA – The Carbon Project, an innovative,high-energy technology company specializing in mapping and geosocial networking, today announced it has attained Gold Certified Partner status in the Microsoft Partner Program with competencies in ISV/Software Solutions.
This certification recognizes the expertise of the company, its impact in the technology market place and its ability to meet customer needs.
The Carbon Project serves professionals, software developers, government agencies and businesses that develop mapping solutions or use geospatial data. The Carbon Project also provides geographically enabled solutions for sharing digital news, video content, targeted marketing and intelligence analysis.
“We’re pleased to achieve Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status. This allows us to further advance our technical expertise and relationship with Microsoft to our customers,” said Nuke Goldstein, CTO of The Carbon Project.
“Customers are looking for companies that can bridge the gap between business requirements and technology,” said Jeff Harrison, President and CEO of The Carbon Project. “Our Gold Partner status demonstrates our expertise solving customer challenges using Microsoft products and technology.”
Some of The Carbon Project’s Microsoft-based technologies include:
CarbonTools PRO – An extension to the Microsoft .NET Framework that supports location content handling and sharing from an array of sources, including Microsoft Virtual Earth.
CarbonArc PRO – A Microsoft .NET-based extension to the ESRI ArcGIS 9.2 desktop that enables the OGCR Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) 1.0 baseline and Microsoft Virtual Earth on the GIS desktop.
Gaia 3.1 – A popular open geospatial viewer for OGC WMS, WFS, Microsoft Virtual Earth and many other sources based on Microsoft .NET.
CarbonCloud – An advanced IPv6 peer-to-peer (p2p) framework for sharing location content and other information based on Microsoft PNRP.
Echo myPlace – A people-to-people social networking application using the latest in Microsoft Virtual Earth visualization and Microsoft Silverlight 2 Internet media technologies.