Boundless Technologies, a subsidiary of SunRiver Corp., announced the NetTerminal for color text applications over a TCP/IP network. NetTerminal is a low-cost device that functions as a network alternative to PCs running terminal emulation software and serial terminals connected to TCP/IP terminal servers. It combines color VGA compatibility with enhanced performance for faster throughput of data. NetTerminal model 100 is available for $699 and model 200 for $799. It is Linux compatible.
Contact: Boundless Technologies, Echelon IV, Ste 200, 9430 Research Boulevard, Austin, Texas 89759-6543, Phone: 512-349-5802, Fax: 512-346-7062, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.boundless.com/.
VirtuFlex Software Corp. announced expansion of its VirtuFlex Partnership Program. VirtuFlex is a versatile tool for building sophisticated dynamic web sites that integrate databases, fax, e-mail, telephony and CGI scripts. The Partnership Program offers free training and support, as well as product discounts. VirtuFlex runs on standard Unix workstations including Linux.
Contact: Virtuflex Software Corp., 930 Mass. Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, Phone: 617-497-8006, Fax: 619-492-0486, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.virtuflex.com/.
Aquas announced the release of the Bazaar Analyzer Pro version 1.0. Bazaar is a web monitoring and analysis tool developed in Java, and is the first real-time interactive product to monitor the productivity of commercial web sites. With single point installation at the server, deployment and maintenance is fast and easy, particularly in widely distributed user environments. Bazaar Analyzer Pro is available for Linux and sells for $990.
Contact: Aquas, Inc., 599 North Mathilda Ave., Ste. 210, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, Phone: 408-737-7122, Fax: 408-737-1292, URL: http://www.aquas.com/.
Dirk Laessig announced the View Designer/X, a new Motif Interface Builder for Linux. It enables applicaton developers to design user interfaces with Motif 2.0 widgets and to generate C and C++ code. The VDX provides an interactive WYWIWYG View and a Widget Tree Browser which can be used to modify the structure of the user interface. All resources are adjustable by Widget Resource Editor, Bredex, GmbH, Germany is distributing the View Designer/X via Web Service.
Contact: Bredex GmbH, Germany, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.bredex.de/EN/vdx/.
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