Neoware Upgrades Linux E-Commerce Package

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Neoware Systems Inc., King of Prussia, PA, has announced NeoLinux 2.0, an enhanced e-commerce package for Linux users that powers fire walls, routers, security devices, Web kiosks and e-mail stations.


One upgraded module, ezConnect 2.0, allows users to:


• Create connections to run Microsoft Windows applications on UNIX applications.


• Build terminal connections to mainframes and minicomputers.


• Make Netscape Navigator Internet connections for applications such as kiosks.


• Lock the user interface to prevent unauthorized modifications.


• Create custom computing appliances for marketing efforts.


Also included with NeoLinux 2.0 is a software distribution capability called ezSnap, which allows software to be added to appliances across a network without having to update the entire operating system.


EzSnap allows system administrators to create snap-ins, which provide added software features when running NeoLinux 2.0. Users can mix and match snap-ins to custom-configure appliances with specific software features.


Neoware offers snap-ins for a variety of add-in capabilities, including wireless Ethernet, floppy disk drivers, high-resolution video cards, Adobe Acrobat, RealPlayer and Macromedia Flash.


Visit www.neoware.com for more information.
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