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The need for participants to communicate across so many platforms has led to the rise in wireless middleware's importance. Middleware is a software layer that resides between programs, OSs, hardware platforms, and communications protocols. Middleware lets different applications and systems, including clients and servers on different platforms, work together. Wireless middleware eases the transformation of markup languages, the delivery of content and data, protocol and device recognition, the incorporation and routing of business logic through enterprise systems, and the adaptation of data formats for compatibility with multiple databases.