Ede Development Enterprises, Inc. announced AccuRev, the only software configuration management tool that automatically tracks all aspects of software code changes without imposing any strict development rules or requiring any additional resources, special knowledge or effort. AccuRev's transaction-based database and hot backups guard organizations against data loss due to hardware, network and power failures. AccuRev is available on Linux (Intel and Power PC) and on several other platforms. The cost for a single-user license is $749 US and includes one year of support and updates.
Contact: Ede Development Enterprises, Inc., 350 Haverhill Street, North Reading, MA 01864, 800-383-8170, 978-276-3443 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.ede.com/.
Sybase, Inc. announced the industry's first mobile and embedded database for Linux, Sybase SQL Anywhere Studio. Sybase's Linux version leverages Linux's enterprise-class reliability and performance on low-cost hardware, such as work group servers, monitoring systems, edge servers or point-of-sale devices. SQL Anywhere Studio enables users to synchronize data seamlessly from enterprise servers and work group servers to laptops and hand-held computing and embedded devices. It is available for $399 US (one user) or $999 US (five users), and supports Red Hat Linux 5.1 and 5.2.
Contact: Sybase, Inc., 6475 Christie Ave., Emeryville, CA 94608, 510-922-3555, http://www.sybase.com/.
BuyPogo.Com now offers the reliability and power of the Linux operating system at an affordable price. In July, the company began offering the $299 Pogo and the $599 Pogo Pro through its web site. BuyPogo.Com is targeting the needs of consumers and small business owners who desire the reliability and value of Linux.
Contact: Agenda Technology Group, BuyPogo.com, 555 Bryant St., Palo Alto, CA 94303, 888-828-POGO, http://www.buypogo.com/.
Network Concierge Inc. introduced the industry's first build-it-yourself Linux thin-server (appliance) software for the small/medium SOHO, school and home network markets. The software provides an easy-to-install, easy-to-use, easy-to-administer browser-based graphical user interface, wizard and on-line installation guide. It can be installed on a spare/new, custom, standard or rack-mountable PC server to build a dedicated, single or multi-function, thin-server appliance that can be configured as a gateway, e-mail, file, print, web, proxy server, etc. Price is $99 US per network server license.
Contact: Network Concierge Inc., PO Box 1429, Framingham, MA 01701, 877-876-1169, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.nc4u.com/.
Cygnus Solutions unveiled Cygnus Code Fusion for Linux, the industry's highest performance, most complete Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Linux developers. The Code Fusion IDE is optimized for the Intel2 architecture and integrates the C, C++ and Java3 programming languages with a robust graphical user interface. Built on top of GNUPro, Cygnus Code Fusion supports all major Linux distributions. It is priced at $299 US.
Contact: Cygnus Solutions, 1325 Chesapeake Terrace, Sunnyvale, CA 94089, 408-542-9600, 408-542-9699 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.cygnus.com/linux/.
Spatial Inc. and Tech Soft America (TSA) announced the availability of ACIS-enabled HOOPS/AFC from TSA. HOOPS/AFC is a commercial-grade application development framework which enables software developers to create high-performance 3-D modeling applications for Linux and other platforms. The framework of HOOPS integrates ACIS with several user interface toolkits, ensuring optimal design and rendering performance of applications built on these technologies. Please contact Spatial Technology for pricing.
Contact: Spatial Technology Inc., 2425 55th Street, Suite 100, Boulder, CO 80301-5704, 303-544-2900, 303-544-3000 (fax), firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.spatial.com/.
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