Estatom's History ...
Estatom's technologies were researched and developed over a number of years - and were based upon the concepts derived from the laws of nature...
Everything around us are composed of around 70 stable atoms. When these atoms come together, under a strict set of rules, they form more complex structures - capable of movement (robotics) and intelligence etc. The question was, why can we not do the same with software?
Initially, the Research & Development (R&D) started out as 'hobby' and gradually developed into a full-time job. This approach, resulted in a growing appreciation of the importance, power and the impact the system could have in the world of technology, and by extension people's lives.
After the turn of the century it was almost impossible to describe the system to interested parties. The general response was that this is 'science fiction' and/or impossible, however, despite this reaction development started.
The first engine (then called 'MetaBase') was produced but no commercial implementation was released, because it was decided that the 'Object Models' needed to be carefully researched, implemented and refined before any products were released. 2017 sees a release incorporating all the functionality defined in the original system requirements.
The current Fornax system been tested with selected clients in very challenging government and industrial environments, and honed into an ultra-stable, reliable Operating System and ODBMS. The speed of the Fornax Engine is unaffected by the size of the database, and additionally database growth is less than expected, even though automatic self-optimisation is currently 'switched off'.
Corporate Overview ...
John Bisseru and Abraham Zaaiman formally established Estatom Limited in London, England, in 2011 to commercialise the development work to date and the technology application which had been produced 'in stealth' since 2001.
Originally, the company was Polymach Limited. and in 2014 Estatom Systems Limited was established as the sales & marketing company of Estatom Limited. It is similarly headquartered in London.
Both companies were originally incorporated as Polymach Limited / Polymach Systems Limited, however, Polymach was subsequently rebranded Estatom (The Atom) in 2015 to allow for Polymach to be branded as the system API.
2001 - Estatom's object model is defined.
2004 - First application development begins and second generation object model definition begins.
2006 - First commercial application installed.
2006 - Second generation (V.12) object model definition completed.
2008 - Second generation applications developed.
2010 - Third generation object model definition begins.
2011 - Third generation application development begins.
2012 - 'Polymach' concept created in Version 60 software.
2013 - Version 70 object model research initiated.
2014 - Version 70 model completed with release of Polymach (API with text-based Programmer) and Fornax engine.
2016 - Version 80 release (C++ and C Sharp Language ports)
2017 - Fornax (Version 90, C++ and C Sharp Language ports), Polymach API, Fornax Programmer (text-based) & supporting utilities.