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31Mar/110

Fati Asibelua Launches Momo?s Spring/Summer 2011 Collection

Fati Asibelua Launches Momo’s Spring/Summer 2011 Collection











(PRWEB) March 21, 2011

Fast-rising African designer Fati Asibelua has launched Momo’s Spring/Summer Collection. Influenced by her roots, Fati Asibelua’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection presents a kaleidoscope of African culture and crafts. The collection’s inspiration comes from the designer’s contemporary enthusiasm for her African roots combined with a passion for luxury fabrics. These dual passions interpret elements of African art with couture fabrics and modern silhouettes.

The backdrop of Momo's Spring/Summer 2011 collection is a graphic black and white canvas explored in plain silks and brocades. Blends of bold, colourful prints add contrast to the stark canvas. Striking prints include the opulent tie-dye on silk gazar, each panel made individually by hand, bringing a popular street technique to the couture level. Additional highlights include a blue and yellow print in silk satin, based on ancient batik techniques developed by the Dutch specifically for the African market, and a batik-like floral print. These pieces add rich, colourful elements to the collection.

Individually, each piece is beautiful, and the culminating creation is what Fati Asibelua calls "an African collage.” The visual mix is one of clashing patterns which unexpectedly compliment each other. To frame such exuberant textures the silhouettes are lean and elongated, the lines graphically minimalist, and the dresses and skirts mid-calf. By contrast, shorter dresses and skirts are gathered and layered. Although immersed in African elements, the collection is thoroughly modern and relevant.

Momo’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection uses African elements to express a unique sense of luxury that introduces new lines and proposes surprising ideas. The combination of European couture fabrics with African print technique is dramatic. Asibelua says, “This collection shows the possibilities of African culture and enterprise in the 21st century. My vision of African fashion is one of immense possibilities anchored on tradition but strategically forward looking.”

Contact:

Marylee Martucci

00234 807 771 9999

Press(at)momostyles(dot)com

http://www.momostyles.com

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31Mar/110

TelcoBridges’ Tmedia and Interact’s SPOT Enable Creation of High-Capacity CCXML/VXML Solution

TelcoBridges' Tmedia and Interact's SPOT Enable Creation of High-Capacity CCXML/VXML Solution










Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) May 13, 2008

TelcoBridges™ Inc., the preferred hardware and software supplier for telecom solution developers, today announced that Interact Incorporated Software Systems has integrated TelcoBridges' award-winning Tmedia telecom platform into its SPOT CCXML/VXML interpreter set. Using SPOT and TelcoBridges' telecom platform, operators worldwide can deliver IVR and conferencing services simultaneously on thousands of call channels, whether TDM or VoIP, within a familiar standards-based development environment.    

Interact provides high performance telecommunication solutions for operators and enterprises throughout 28 countries around the globe. Interact's new CCXML/VXML interpreter set - called SPOT - leverages TelcoBridges' technology to improve VoiceXML performance, eliminate CPU and memory limitations caused by traditional VXML solutions, and provide no loss of service-no loss of calls application server redundancy.    

Developed for use in telco environments requiring thousands of call channels, the solution offers leading high-performance. VoiceXML and CCXML compliant, the solution supports both TDM (with SS7 and ISDN signaling) and VoIP (using SIP signaling), IVR, third-party automatic speech recognition (ASR) and text-to-speech (TTS) using MRCP, and conferencing.

"Interact integrated its patent-pending VoiceXML and CCXML technology with TelcoBridges' hardware in order to offer the industry's best solution," said Greg Gissler, Founder, VP and CTO of Interact. "While Interact delivers CCXML/VXML performance in software, TelcoBridges delivers density, scalability and redundancy in hardware. Together, we deliver the most complete and the lowest total cost-of-ownership (TCO) solution for the carrier marketplace that is backed by our long history of providing IVR solutions."

The TelcoBridges-based Interact solution is available immediately, giving solution providers standards-compliant tools for building carrier-grade infrastructure, or for building voice solutions (IVR, ASR, TTS, conferencing, media servers) for carriers.                

"Interact has been able to eliminate one of the major roadblocks to the growth of VoiceXML solutions in operator environments: CPU and memory overload in high density and complex call flow environments. Operators worldwide can now benefit from our carrier-grade Tmedia platforms to deliver IVR applications in a CCXML/VXML application development environment," said Gaetan Campeau, President of TelcoBridges.

About TelcoBridges

TelcoBridges is clearly defining the future of communications technologies. By supplying the industry's best telecom platform, TelcoBridges is helping telecom solution developers of VoIP and TDM solutions realize their bright ideas. TelcoBridges' customers develop and deploy carrier-grade telecom solutions for some of the world's largest operators in more than 35 countries. For more information, please visit TelcoBridges.

About Interact Inc.

Interact is a software company renown for developing open, portable components that exceed industry benchmarks so that its clients can gain efficiencies and flexibility in their everyday operations. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska USA, privately held Interact also has a Research and Development facility in Austin, Texas USA, and a Regional Sales office in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information, please visit Interact.

Media Inquiries:

Todd Keefe

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Tel: +1 617 262 1968 x 100

Product Inquiries:

Claudio Spera

TelcoBridges

Tel: +1 450 655 8993 x 129

Douglas Page

Interact Inc.

Tel: +1 402-476-8786 x 383

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31Mar/110

Bigfoot Networks? Releases Killer? NIC Driver Suite 4.0 With Gamer-Grade Security and Bandwidth Features

Bigfoot Networks™ Releases Killer™ NIC Driver Suite 4.0 With Gamer-Grade Security and Bandwidth Features











Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 18, 2008

Bigfoot Networks™ announced the release of their Killer™ Driver Suite 4.0 today, a major feature release that adds Killer Hardware Bandwidth Control and a Killer Hardware Firewall to the Killer NIC M1 and Killer NIC K1 gaming network cards.

The only Network Interface Card (NIC) built for online gaming, Killer NIC accelerates online game data and offloads network operations from the CPU for a smoother online experience and a competitive advantage.

"Bigfoot Networks has always been dedicated to fighting Lag," said Harlan Beverly, CEO and co-founder of Bigfoot Networks. "With the 4.0 release, we're continuing to make the Killer NIC platform a serious tool for lag reduction and online game performance."

The new Killer Hardware Bandwidth Control feature allows gamers to prioritize or shape all networking traffic on their client machines, keeping unimportant or low-priority traffic away from their high-priority gaming traffic for the best online gaming experience. Killer Hardware Bandwidth Control also allows users to limit any particular application's bandwidth usage, and allow critical game traffic to get the lion's share of needed dedicated bandwidth.

"A Windows PC connected to the Internet is always hitting the Internet," said Beverly. "Whether it's looking for operating system updates or pesky application updates or even just streaming music in the background, the need to manage the bandwidth usage of any Internet application has become mission critical to gamers and others."

"With Killer Hardware Bandwidth Control, we can make all these applications and tasks wait their turn and let gamers get an uninterrupted, smooth game-play experience," Beverly added.

The new Killer Hardware Firewall adds intrusion security for gamers that either have turned their software firewall off to avoid game performance degradation, or are using a router or other hardware to stop intruders.

"If you're not using a firewall, start now," continued Beverly. "And if you are, you're most likely using a software solution like Windows® Firewall or a firewall on your over-taxed router. Killer NIC offloads the firewall from your CPU or router to its NPU, where its Linux-based iptables firewall can screen and protect faster and with much less lag than a software firewall or a router firewall."

"With Killer Hardware Firewall," said Beverly, "gamers can now live worry-free in the DMZ," referring to a setting on most routers allowing gamers to avoid slower processing queues. "Killer's NPU can run robust security faster than any consumer-grade solution I have ever heard of."

Bigfoot Networks has steadily released new features and developed new products since the first launch of the Killer NIC in November, 2006. In order to accelerate the development of new features, products and lag-fighting technology, Bigfoot recently secured an $ 8.75 million round of Series B funding from North Bridge Venture Partners, Palomar Ventures, and previous investor Venio Capital Partners.

About Bigfoot Networks:

Bigfoot Networks develops technologies to fight lag in online games. The company's mission is to enhance Internet-based online game experiences in multiplayer action games. The company's hardware and software solutions are targeted at gamer PC's and game hosting servers. Powered by its highly acclaimed (patent pending) Lag and Latency Reduction technology, the flagship Killer™ NIC is the industry's first network interface card (NIC) designed specifically to improve PC Game network performance for a smoother, more responsive online game experience. To learn more visit Bigfoot Networks.

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31Mar/110

Auto-Graphics’ AGent VERSO? ILS Platform Selected by Mississippi Library Commission

Auto-Graphics' AGent VERSO™ ILS Platform Selected by Mississippi Library Commission










Pomona, CA (PRWEB) April 7, 2006

Auto-Graphics, Inc. (AUGR.PK), a technology innovator providing library automation solutions for over 35 years, today announced that the Mississippi Library Commission, led by the Washington County Library System as contracting agent, has selected the company’s AGent VERSO™ ILS system to provide a robust automation solution for eight of the state’s rural library systems. These libraries – which include Carroll County Public Library System, Greenwood-Leflore Public Library, Humphreys County Library System, Kemper-Newton Regional Library System, Marks-Quitman County Library, Noxubee County Library, Tallahatchie County Library, and the Washington County Library System -- represent the last remaining public libraries to be automated in the state of Mississippi. The libraries opted for Auto-Graphics’ ASP hosted license service with full system support, maintenance, and updates, allowing them to focus on serving patrons without the cost or complexity of addressing technical support issues.

“We selected Auto-Graphics because of its willingness and ability to address the unique requirements of our libraries attempting to automate systems for the first time,” commented Kay Clanton, director of the Washington County Library System. “The company’s ASP hosted license model, coupled with its shelf list conversion and record creation services, makes Auto-Graphics a truly invaluable partner for this important project.”

The AGent VERSO implementation will integrate seamlessly with all products in Auto-Graphics’ Agent™ library automation platform, including Mississippi’s existing AGent Resource Sharing™ interlibrary loan system. The complete, integrated solution includes use of the AGent MARCit™ database – consisting of over 20 million quality MARC records, including the Library of Congress databases and many other cataloging resources -- and AGent Search™, a powerful federated search tool for simultaneously searching the AGent VERSO OPAC along with other libraries’ Z39.50 targets.

“We are thrilled to offer AGent VERSO to the libraries in Mississippi, and are pleased that this sale leverages the earlier investment that the Mississippi Library Commission has made with Auto-Graphics’ hosted services for a statewide resource sharing system,” said Paul Cope, president of Auto-Graphics. “We see this expansion as a natural progression for rural libraries that want to leverage state investments, while removing themselves from the complex issues of IT management.”

About the Washington County Library System

The Washington County Library System was established in 1967, in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. The system serves a population of 62,977, with headquarters in Greenville. The library’s branches are located in Arcola, Avon, Glen Allan, Greenville, Hollandale, and Leland. The rural communities of Metcalfe and Winterville are served by the library’s bookmobile. For more information, please visit http://www.washington.lib.ms.us/.

About Auto-Graphics, Inc.

Founded in 1950, Auto-Graphics has been a technology innovator for more than five decades, providing data automation solutions to customers across multiple industries. For the past 35 years, Auto-Graphics has helped libraries of all sizes become more efficient and patron-centric. Its flagship solution, AGent™, is the one of the most comprehensive library automation platforms available today, allowing to libraries of any size manage, share and search their resources. The AGent integrated product suite -- currently used by more than 5,000 libraries in North America -- comprises a complete ILS system for public libraries; a robust ILL solution for consortial entities and member libraries; and a powerful federated search solution for both public and academic libraries. For more information, please visit http://www.auto-graphics.com.

© 2006 Auto-Graphics, Inc. All rights reserved. AGent, AGent MARCit, AGent Resource Sharing, AGent Search and AGent VERSO are trademarks of Auto-Graphics, Inc.

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31Mar/110

Gnomedex 5: Producing, Consuming, & Monetizing Technology

Gnomedex 5: Producing, Consuming, & Monetizing Technology












Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 28, 2005

Every tech company dreams of meeting industry influencers face to face, and Lockergnome is bringing a few of them to Seattle for the fifth annual Gnomedex - a conference for entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts. This year's theme: Producing, Consuming, & Monetizing Technology.

"The word 'blog' isn't so confusing when you realize it can add to your business' bottom line," says Chris Pirillo, Gnomedex director and long-time technology evangelist. "We wanted to bring it to Seattle because we really see this city as the next Silicon Valley."

Gnomedex will demystify RSS, blogging, podcasting, and BitTorrent - providing ideas and contacts to businesses who are still finding these terms difficult to grasp.

This year’s keynote speaker is Adam Curry, who has been one of the heaviest online media influencers over the past year. Past speakers have included John C. Dvorak, Tim O'Reilly, cmdrtaco of Slashdot, Dan Gillmor, Evan Williams, Pud Kaplan, Doc Searls, Robert Scoble, Wil Wheaton, Jim Louderback, Steve Gillmor, Jason Calacanis, and Steve "Woz" Wozniak.

The weekend-long event will be taking place at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center from June 23-25, 2005. Both Wi-Fi and power strips will be provided to attendees, two items that are essential for the success of any technology conference. For more information and online registration, please visit Gnomedex.com.

Contact:

Chris Pirillo, Gnomedex Director

chris@lockergnome.com

1.888.472.0604

http://www.gnomedex.com/

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31Mar/110

Toshiba Supports Launch of Latest Intel Computer Processor and Wireless Technology : Toshiba Laptops Sporting Intel quad-core mobile CPU and WiMAX Targeted for Q4 2008

Toshiba Supports Launch of Latest Intel Computer Processor and Wireless Technology : Toshiba Laptops Sporting Intel quad-core mobile CPU and WiMAX Targeted for Q4 2008












IRVINE, Calif. (PRWEB) August 19, 2008

"Toshiba is proud of its strong relationship with Intel," said Jeff Barney, vice president and general manager, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. "As a leader in laptop technology, we strive to build innovative, mobile solutions that enhance the digital lifestyle, and we're confident that the latest Intel Quad-Core CPUs and WiMAX technologies will push processing power and wireless connectivity to unmatched heights."

The Intel® mobile quad-core processors provide unprecedented multi-core performance to easily handle the most processor hungry tasks such as viewing and editing high-definition video content. Meanwhile, Intel's WiMAX broadband technology lays the foundation for next-generation wireless connectivity, empowering Toshiba laptop users with the capability to access data-intensive applications, such as media streaming, live video conferencing and mobile TV through a broadband-speed wireless internet connection with a geographical range that far exceeds what's possible via a Wi-Fi™ wireless hotspot.

Toshiba laptops supporting the new Intel mobile quad-core processor or WiMAX technology are currently under development, with an anticipated target availability of Q4 2008.

For information regarding Toshiba's latest industry-leading product line, please visit http://www.explore.toshiba.com.

About Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. (TAIS)

Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., TAIS is comprised of four business units: Digital Products Division, Imaging Systems Division, Storage Device Division, and Telecommunication Systems Division. Together, these divisions provide mobile product and solutions, including industry leading portable computers; projectors; imaging products for the security, medical and manufacturing markets; storage products for automotive, computer and consumer electronics applications; and telephony equipment and associated applications.

TAIS provides sales, marketing and services for its wide range of information products in the United States and Latin America. TAIS is an independent operating company owned by Toshiba America, Inc., a subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation, which is a global leader in high technology and integrated manufacturing of electrical and electronic components, products and systems, as well as major infrastructure systems. Toshiba was founded in 1875, and today operates a global network of more than 740 companies, with 198,000 employees worldwide and annual sales surpassing US$ 76 billion. For more information on Toshiba's leading innovations, visit the company's Web site at http://www.toshiba.com.

1. Processor. CPU performance may vary. See Processor Legal Footnote at http://www.info.toshiba.com.

2. Wireless. May require purchase of additional software, external hardware, or services. Transmission speeds may vary. See Wireless Legal Footnote at http://www.info.toshiba.com.

© 2008 Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. All product, service and company names are trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. Information including without limitation product prices, specifications, availability, content of services, and contact information is subject to change without notice.

Release Summary:

Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD) today announced its support of Intel(R) and the launch of their mobile quad-core processors and WiMAX broadband technology, with laptop implementation during Q4 2008.

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31Mar/110

iTRACS: At the Crossroads of Innovation, Jobs, Energy, and Economic Growth

iTRACS: At the Crossroads of Innovation, Jobs, Energy, and Economic Growth












Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 15, 2011

iTRACS™ Corporation, Inc., a leader in physical infrastructure management, recently joined other Illinois technology innovators in a CEO Roundtable with Illinois Governor Pat Quinn to discuss technology and economic development priorities. The Roundtable was part of TechAmerica’s ongoing efforts to provide visibility to the Illinois technology sector and its importance to the state and national economy.

A number of issues facing Illinois technology companies were discussed, such as improving access to capital, stimulating the economy, and creating business-friendly policies and initiatives to drive innovation and job growth.

"It is important for our state that we sit down with our business leaders, and that we engage them in the process as we work to bring further economic growth to Illinois,” said Illinois Governor Pat Quinn. “I appreciate these leaders taking the time to share their experiences and their input, and I will continue working with the private sector to strengthen our economic recovery. By working together, we can help our state to build an even better environment for businesses.”

“We applaud the Governor’s focus on jobs creation and economic growth,” said Tom Reedy, iTRACS Chairman of the Board. “It was a productive conversation, especially from the vantage point of a small-medium business like iTRACS, a company that is at the crossroads of innovation, jobs, energy, and economic growth. We have a meaningful impact in Green IT because we are actionable technology that lets you manage and optimize energy efficiency in the data center and across the enterprise. We also impact economic growth by creating jobs in a growing technology sector.”

Jobs and Economic Growth

“Illinois ranks 7th in the nation in high tech employment,” said Ed Longanecker, Executive Director, Regional Vice President, TechAmerica. “The technology sector is proud of the contribution we make to the state’s economy and we’re actively working to improve it at every opportunity. We congratulate the Governor for his leadership and ongoing efforts to work with the business community to move our state and economy forward. We think companies like iTRACS are part of the solution – a smart young company that improves the competitiveness of the state and spurs jobs growth.”

Innovation and Energy

“We’re excited about iTRACS’ role in optimizing energy efficiency in data centers, which are some of the most energy-hungry entities in the world,” said David Wilhelm, iTRACS Board Member with extensive experience in the world of public policy and politics. “The percentage of energy consumed by data centers relative to other infrastructure is huge – as much as 40% of a company’s energy spend. iTRACS has a large role to play in reducing energy usage and carbon footprint. This has important public policy implications in Illinois and across the country.”

Energy consumption in data centers worldwide is projected to continue to soar, making them susceptible to fluctuations in energy costs. “An innovator like iTRACS can help these data centers operate more efficiently, helping to foster an economic climate that is not dragged down by the rising cost of energy,” said Mr. Wilhelm.

About iTRACS

iTRACS is a global leader in Converged Physical Infrastructure Management™ (CPIM™) solutions featuring an interactive 3D environment for managing and optimizing IT and facility assets. This 3D interactivity is unleashing new possibilities about the management of modern physical infrastructure. For more than 25 years, iTRACS has been singularly focused on improving the performance, agility, and value of IT infrastructure as a strategic asset to the organization. Today, iTRACS data center management solutions can be found in industry-leading data centers and enterprises around the world, helping organizations improve energy efficiency, minimize risk, and optimize the business value of the entire IT infrastructure investment. http://www.itracs.com

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31Mar/110

Run Any Application or Program as Windows Service

Run Any Application or Program as Windows Service










Bellevue, WA, USA (PRWEB) February 23, 2009

Eltima Software, a global software Development Company, has released Application as Service version 3.0, the cutting edge solution that allows launching any application as Windows service.

If you need to run any application as service locally or on a remote computer, schedule your service to run at the exact time or manage them remotely, Application as Service is probably the best solution of all these needs. Application as Service allows launching any applications (32/64-bit and console ones) as Windows 2000/XP/2003/2008/Vista service at system boot, without the need of a user session.

Application as Service offers advanced recovery options (restart the service your application is started by; restart computer; launch supplementary application), sophisticated dependencies mechanism, pre-service/post-service application start-up, your application rights/priority management, "application-crash" protection, graceful console and Windows application exit, on-the-fly start-up customization and lots more.

You can configure Application as Service using its GUI interface or command line configurator directly from your software! Application as Service features very low CPU usage, custom environment variables and detailed logging as well as many other features.

Application as Service is an easy-to-use system utility. You do not need any coding skills in order to launch any application as service. This can be easily done in a few clicks.

Though Application as Service is a system utility, it has very intuitive interface which makes it very user-friendly even for the beginners.

Application as Service 3.0 Features at a Glance:

Run any application (32/64-bit and console ones) as Windows service
Create and manage native system services in few clicks
Easily connect to remote PC over local network or Internet and manage all remote services like your own
Run application before users login into their accounts
Run your application interactively (visible to users) or silently
Schedule your service to run at the exact time and periodically on the defined day of the week/month/year
Minimize downtime by auto-restarting application once it is crashed
Advanced service dependencies mechanism allows you to run applications at the certain order
Define Load Order Group which your application belongs to
Restrict/grant your application with execution rights by specifying user account name under which it is run
On-the-fly service start-up type customization
Gracefully close console and Windows applications
Close various popup windows that your application might display
Specify the process priority for your application Define CPU binding for multi-processor PCs
Conveniently supply additional options and system environment variables for console and Windows applications
Run additional programs prior to the service startup, program start, stop or just after the service shutdown
Redirect STDOUT, STDERROR and STDIN streams to or from the file for console application
Specify desktop on which you would like your application to run as service
Take all benefits of multi-processor, multi-thread and 64-bit platforms
Works under Virtual Machines (VMWare and so on)
Use XML configuration file to install the service

Application as Service Pricing and Availability

Application as Service is compatible with Windows NT 4.x, Windows 2000, Windows XPx32, Windows XP x64, Windows 2003 x32, Windows 2003 x64, Windows Vista x32, Windows Vista x64, Windows 2008 x32, Windows 2008 x64.

You can purchase Application as Service for $ 79.95 only.

All program upgrades within one major version (that you purchase) are free to all our registered users. For more detailed information about our upgrade policy and volume discounts, please email to sales (at) eltima (dot) com

Additional information about Application as Service, along with detailed technical documentation, online help and changelog as well as demo installation package can be found at: http://www.application-as-service.com/

About Eltima Software

Eltima software delivers top-notch solutions having a friendly team of 30 professionals. Devoting effort to develop the software of highest quality that can fit the needs of both experts and computer beginners, Eltima Software has developed the complete line of system utilities, security and flash software. We develop solutions for serial communication and implement virtual serial technologies into our software. Among our other products are monitoring solutions, network utilities, developer tools for Java and software for smartphones.

With the design concept of 3 "E": Experience, Efficiency, Expertise - Eltima Software has successfully established a world-class brand of the best price-performance software products.

For more information, please visit http://www.eltima.com.

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31Mar/110

Unlimi-Tech Software offers competitive pricing plan for ISPs and hosting providers

Unlimi-Tech Software offers competitive pricing plan for ISPs and hosting providers










Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) August 15, 2003 -

– Unlimi-Tech Software, a leader in web-based file transfer solutions announced the introduction of a new pricing category for UnlimitedFTP, the world’s first web-based FTP client. UnlimitedFTP is used by hosting providers and ISPs to offer web-based FTP services for their subscribers. Without any prior download or configuration, subscribers can easily transfer files from their local computer to the remote server.

Unlimi-Tech Software’s new pricing category is sensitive to the issues faced by ISPs and hosting providers, including customer churn and free user accounts. The new pricing category focuses on the total number of paid users, instead of the total number of active users. This licensing plan makes it more attractive for ISPs and hosting providers to offer free services to subscribers. The licensing allows the businesses to offer such hooks at no cost until the subscribers sign up for the service.

“We designed this new license category to satisfy the competitive market dynamics in the ISP/hosting domain”, said John Tkaczewski, President and Cofounder of Unlimi-Tech Software. With the introduction of the new pricing plan, Hosting Solutions a nation-wide ISP based in Utah was the first to buy into the idea. “We are always trying to offer value-enhanced services to our subscribers. With UnlimitedFTP we provide an easy way for our subscribers to connect to their remote FTP space. It can’t get any simpler than this.” said Matt Heaton, CEO of Hosting Solutions.

Unlimi-Tech Software’s web-based FTP solutions have been deployed in over 150 installations with an end-user install base estimated to be over half a million users. ISPs and hosting providers nationwide, including Comcast, Hostway, IPSHost and FTPtoday use UnlimitedFTP to offer enhanced FTP services.

About Unlimi-Tech Software:

Unlimi-Tech Software produces web-based file-transfer solutions for corporate, ISP/hosting and academic verticals. Focused on the file transfer process, Unlimi-Tech’s family of products enables online businesses to capitalize on innovations while maximizing profitability. To learn more about Unlimi-Tech visit http://www.utechsoft.com

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31Mar/110

Announcing First Host Microcontroller that Supports StackableUSB? Standard

Announcing First Host Microcontroller that Supports StackableUSB™ Standard










Montrose, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2009

Highlighting how a single USB Client device can function on three completely different Host architectures, the standards organization governing StackableUSB announces the release of the PIC24 and PIC32 Host microcontrollers, the third distinctive architecture to support Host-side StackableUSB. Micro/sys, a single board computer manufacturer and member of the standards organization, combines StackableUSB with the PIC24 and PIC32, Microchip's microcontrollers providing embedded Host capability. Underscoring the versatility of the StackableUSB standard, Chairperson Susan Wooley points out how the same microSD card reader or NAND Flash controller can add a 16G removable media device or 8G solid state hard drive to a microcontroller module, MIPS, ARM, or Pentium-based single board computer.

"Microchip is excited to participate in the rapidly expanding market for StackableUSB products," said Terry West, Microchip's 32-bit microcontroller marketing manager. "The Microchip 32-bit PIC32 microcontroller brings high-performance, full-featured embedded processing capabilities with an 80 MHz MIPS32® M4K® core, while the 16-bit PIC24 microcontroller brings low power and an unsurpassed level of integration. Both incorporate an integrated USB OTG interface, which allows the board to act as an Embedded Host, Device or even in a Dual-Role mode for a wide variety of system topologies."

Now OEMs can choose from three CPU Host architectures to run the growing number of StackableUSB I/O devices. These I/O devices include memory expansion, GPS, ZigBee, accelerometers, and general-purpose microcontrollers, all built on the ¼-Size 104™ Form Factor (1.85" x 1.78"). Additionally, for more complex I/O, there are modules on the full-size 104 Form Factor that have 148 and 196 digital I/O points, optically isolated and user-programmable, providing more sophisticated I/O expansion.

With the capacity to support multiple CPU architectures, the StackableUSB I/O channel is an excellent choice for I/O vendors who typically want to design and release I/O boards that offer the maximum number of sockets. The ability to use StackableUSB with Pentium/X86, ARM, MIPS, or microcontroller Host devices provides I/O vendors with the perfect solution, as well as the opportunity to leverage their existing products and software support.

For more information regarding price and delivery of the PIC32 and PIC24 Host microcontrollers, contact the Micro/sys Technical Sales Dept., 3730 Park Place, Montrose, CA 91020, phone (818) 244-4600, FAX (818)244-4246, email: info (at) embeddedsys (dot) com, URL: http://www.embeddedsys.com.

About StackableUSB:

StackableUSB ruggedizes USB into compact form factors enabling the USB technology to move into harsh environments such as industrial control systems, mobile, hand-held, military, medical, and remote communications applications. Visit http://www.StackableUSB.org for more information on StackableUSB and its ability to increase throughput as technology advances.

About Microchip:

Microchip Technology Inc. (NASDAQ: MCHP) is a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, providing low-risk product development, lower total system cost and faster time to market for thousands of diverse customer applications worldwide. Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Microchip offers outstanding technical support along with dependable delivery and quality. For more information, visit the Microchip website at http://www.microchip.com.

About Micro/sys:

Micro/sys has been manufacturing OEM industrial microcomputer products since 1976, including board-level products and integrated computers. Micro/sys embedded computers are specified by OEMs in semiconductor processing, medical, mail handling, pharmaceutical, industrial marking, process control, and many other industries. For more information, visit the Micro/sys website, http://www.embeddedsys.com.

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