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Silent Messenger for Linux

Silent Messenger from MessageNet Systems is a multiuser client/server paging gateway. It allows users to easily format messages and send that message via alphanumeric, digital and vibrating pagers. Software can be downloaded free with some restrictions (no support) from the web at Pricing depends on number of pagers, display boards and users—contact company directly.

Contact: MessageNet Systems, 4825 Pinebrook Dr., Novlesville, IN 46060, Phone: 800-577-2613, E-mail,

RAStel—integrated multi-link voice, data and fax card

Australian communications developer Moreton Bay Ventures has announced the release of RAStel, a remote-access solution that integrates multiple-link voice, data and fax in a single PC communications card. RAStel is available with four V.34+ modem ports or alternatively, two V.34+ modem ports and two high speed serial ports. Using multiple RAStel cards, a single PC server can connect directly to up to 32 telephone lines. RAStel supports all leading desktop and server operating systems including Linux. RAStel is immediately available from Moreton Bay Ventures directly or through its distribution partners in Australia and USA. The four modem RAStel model has a list price of $1495USD.

Moreton Bay Ventures, PO Box 925, Kenmore QLD 4069, Australia, Tel: +61 7 3279-1822, Fax: +61 7 3279-1820, Email:,

Mylex BusLogic SCSI Adapters for Linux

Mylex Corporation has expanded Linux operating system support to its BusLogic brand of FlashPoint Ultra SCSI host adapters. All of BusLogic's other SCSI host adapters, including the MultiMaster line, currently support the Linux operating system. Linux drivers and information are available at

Contact: Mylex Corporation, 34551 Ardenwood Blvd., Fremont, CA. 94555, Phone: 800-77-MYLEX, Fax: 510-745-7654, E-mail:,


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