Contact: GoAhead Software, 10900 NE 8th Street, Suite 750, Bellevue, WA 98004, 425-453-1900, 425-637-1117 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.goahead.com/.
Hummingbird Communications Ltd. announced version 2.0 of HostExplorer Web and Exceed Web, its Web-to-Host and Thin X solutions which give expanded access across the Internet, intranets and extranets. HostExplorer Web, Exceed Web and JuMP, the Java-based middle-tier management platform, are vital connectivity technologies which allow easy access to IBM mainframe, AS/400, Linux and UNIX hosts by sharing business-critical information with partners, employees and mobile users across extranets. HostExplorer Web pricing starts at $127 US per user, for a 50-seat license. Exceed Web pricing starts at $296 US per user for a 10-seat license.
Contact: Hummingbird Communications Ltd., 1 Sparks Avenue, North York, ON M2H 2W1, Canada, 877-359 4866 (toll-free), 416-496-2207 (fax), firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.hummingbird.com/.
CRYPTOCard and InfoExpress announced the release and complete integration of CRYPTOAdmin 4.0 and VTCP/Secure 4.0. The joint security software solution creates a simple, secure and affordable extranet-friendly Virtual Private Network with embedded and automated strong authentication. The CRYPTOCard-InfoExpress token-protected VPN server and the client software run on Red Hat Linux. There is no annual license or maintenance fee for CRYPTOAdmin 4.0 or CRYPTOCard tokens, which do not expire. Pricing for InfoExpress VPN client software starts at $89 US per seat and the Gateway servers range from $1,495-$2,495 US. CRYPTOCard's RB-1 has a suggested retail price of $79 US, software tokens $59 US. Pricing for CRYPTOAdmin 4.0 Standard Edition is $5,000 US and includes the easyRADIUS 4.0 authentication server.
Contact: CRYPTOCard, Suite 304, 300 March Road, Ottawa, ON K2K 2E2, Canada, 613-599-2441, 613-599-2442 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.cryptocard.com/.
Contact: InfoExpress, 425 First Street, Suite E, Los Altos, CA 94022. 650-947-7880, 650-947-7888 (fax), firstname.lastname@example.org/, http://www.infoexpress.com/.
Magic Software announced a new version of its application development tool. Using Magic, one can quickly develop enterprise-level applications for deployment on Linux. Applications created with other technologies can also be ported to Linux with little effort. For a limited time, Magic Software will offer free limited development and deployment licenses of Magic for Linux. The package includes a Magic/Linux Development Kit with a Magic v8.20 limited license and Magic for Linux, limited e-mail support, and full documentation. The version of Magic being used for Linux is the standard version of Magic 8.20, which supports both Informix and Oracle databases. It has been tested with Red Hat versions 5.1 and 5.2.
Contact: Magic Software Enterprises, 5 HaPlada St., Or Yehuda 60218, Israel, +972-3-5389376, +972-3538-9333 (fax), email@example.com, http://www.magic-sw.com/.
The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) issued release 4.0 of their NAGWare f95 Compiler. NAG compilers are available on a wide range of platforms including Linux. The NAGWare f95 Compiler features extensive compile time and runtime checking, Allocatable Components and IEEE Floating Point Exception Handling. Price varies depending on your hardware; contact the sales department.
Contact: NAG, Inc., 1400 Opus Place, Suite 200, Downers Grove, IL 60515-5702, 630-971-2337, 630-971-2706 (fax), firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.nag.com/.
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