Apexx Technology, Inc. has announced the release of WebSENSE web filtering software, simple file sharing and spam filtering software for the TEAM Internet 100 series family. These features provide customers with the complete tool set to control and manage Internet usage. The integration of WebSENSE with TEAM Internet enables small businesses to control Internet browsing by blocking, monitoring and filtering individual web browsing to non-business-related web sites. Simple File Sharing allows TEAM Internet to act as a simple networking server on the LAN, giving employees the ability to retrieve, store and collaborate on files. Spam filtering software automatically filters unwanted e-mail and helps small businesses eliminate expensive network bandwidth while reducing employee time spent reviewing and managing unproductive material. The TEAM Internet solution is based on the Linux kernel. Pricing starts at $1695 US.
Contact: Apexx Technology, Inc., 506 South 11th Street, Boise, ID 83702, Phone: 800-767-4858, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.apexxtech.com/.
Wolfram Research has introduced parallel computing support for Mathematica. The upcoming Parallel Computing Toolkit will add parallel programming over a network of heterogeneous machines to the long list of programming paradigms supported in Mathematica. It implements many parallel programming primitives and includes high-level commands for parallel execution of operations such as animation, plotting and matrix manipulation. The Parallel Computing Toolkit builds on Mathematica's symbolic programming language. It is written entirely in the Mathematica language and uses Mathematica's standard MathLink protocol to communicate between any number of Mathematica kernels.
Contact: Wolfram Research, Inc., 100 Trade Center Drive, Champaign, IL 61820-7237, Phone: 217-398-0700, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.wolfram.com/.
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