Announces Faximum Client/Server Fax Server for Linux
Spring Internet World, Los Angeles,
CA (11 March 1998) - Faximum
Software, the leader in UNIX fax server technology, announced
today at Spring Internet World that its flagship products, Faximum
Client/Server and Faximum SWIIFT, will be available for the Linux
Linux is a UNIX-like operating system
available freely over the Internet as well as from commercial
suppliers such as Caldera, Red Hat, and many others. While an
accurate estimate of the Linux-user community is hard to obtain
because some versions are available free, estimates range between
four million and six million. Infoworld named Red Hat Linux the
"1997 Network Operating System of the Year".
"Porting our fax server and Internet/Intranet
fax software to Linux will enable a growing segment of the UNIX
marketplace to take advantage of the substantial cost savings
and productivity improvements that our fax software has delivered
to other UNIX users and OEMs," said Carolanne Reynolds, Vice President
of Faximum Software.
Faximum Client/Server for Linux will
ship within sixty days and free 30-day copies for evaluation will
be available from www.faximum.com.