Planet Computer's newest business solution, PlanetUplink, has been expanded to support Linux (server and client). PlanetUplink IBN (Internet Based Network) allows businesses to gain access to and share virtually any application or database simultaneously (real time) on almost any computer from their remote and multiple offices, globally, via the Internet. IBN is available in 2 versions: Internet Office Hosting (IOH) and Internet Application Hosting (IAH). IAH/IOH user costs vary from $45 to $75 per month, in addition to setup fees depending upon the application(s).
Contact: Planet Computer, 910 16th St., Suite 624, Denver, CO 80202, Phone: 303-825-1778, Fax: 303-825-1773, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://planetuplink.com/.
Sane Solutions, LLC and COAST Software Inc. announced the offer of a package combining the NetTracker 3.5 Professional web-based usage tracking software and the COAST Webmaster 3.0 web site management software. The NetTracker 3.5 product is designed to provide a simplified solution for web site traffic analysis. COAST WebMaster 3.0 is used to monitor and maintain the content of Internet and Intranet web sites. The NetTracker 3.5 Professional/COAST WebMaster 3.0 bundle is available for $750US.
Contact: Sane Solutions, LLC, 35 Belver Ave., Suite 230, North Kingstown, RI 02852, Phone: 800-407-3570, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.sane.com/. COAST Software Inc., 60 Queen Street, 14th Floor, Ottawa, ON K1P 5Y7, Canada, Phone: 613-567-3201, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.coast.com.
J. River has released ICE.PPN (Portable Private Networking) to provide secure, end-to-end transmission of data between a Windows client and a corporate UNIX server, regardless of whether a firewall is in place. A full-featured 30-day trialware version of ICE.PPN can be downloaded from J.River's web site. Suggested list price for a server license with 5 clients is $1195. Reseller pricing is available.
Contact: J. River, Inc., 125 North First Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401, Phone: 612-677-8200, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.jriver.com/.
Ardent Software, Inc. announced the availability of the O2 Object Database Management System (ODBMS) for the Linux operating system. Ardent's O2 System, an ODMG-compliant ODBMS available on Linux, gives developers access to language bindings, OQL (Object Query Language) and O2Web, an integrated set of tools for simple and rapid development of web applications.
Contact: Ardent Software, Inc., 50 Washington Street, Westboro, MA 01581-1021, Phone: 508-366-3888, Fax: 508-366-3669, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.ardentsoftware.com/.
The Altera SQL Server is a complete transactional data storage and retrieval system based on the relational database model and also a programmable web server. It is a multi-user, relational database with ODBC and JDBC connectivity, demanding relatively few resources. Quant-X has provided Altera with the appropriate hardware in order to port the Altera SQL Server on the above-mentioned platform. Quant-X and Altera came to an agreement regarding the bundling of Altera SQL Server Version 2.0 with Quant-X hardware. See web site for pricing.
Contact: Altera Ltd., E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.altera.gr/.
Computer Associates International, Inc. announced the activation of its Ingres II Linux Edition Open Beta program. This program enables customers to leverage the Linux platform in building core business applications in an n-tier environment, as well as preview the new version of CAI's RDBMS. The beta version of Ingres II Linux Edition can be downloaded for free from http://www.cai.com/products/betas/. When the generally available version is released, it will also be offered as a free download.
Contact: Computer Associates International, Inc., One Computer Associates Plaza, Islandia, NY 11788, Phone: 1-888-7INGRES (888-746-4737), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.cai.com/.
GraphOn announced the world's first thin-client PC X server solution, providing high performance access to the X Window System and UNIX-based applications anywhere on an organization's Intranet, the public Internet or over dial-up. Visit the web site for pricing and further information.
Contact: GraphOn Corporation, 150 Harrison Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008, Phone: 408-370-4080, Fax: 408-370-5047, E-mail: email@example.com, URL: http://www.graphon.com/.
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