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BW: GraphOn (GOJO) Ships Bridges for Windows 1.0

Feb 29, 2000, 19:55 (0 Talkback[s])

"GraphOn Corporation (Nasdaq:GOJO) (www.graphon.com), a leading innovator of thin, server-based technology, today announced it has begun shipping Bridges for Windows 1.0, a software solution that allows software developers, or independent software vendors (ISVs), to easily and cost effectively web-enable complex, feature-rich Windows applications for full-featured access over the Internet. ISVs can deliver Windows applications across multiple platforms without modifying the application's code or requiring costly add-ons such as Windows Terminal Server(R)."

"Before GraphOn Bridges, ISVs had to direct their customers requiring server-based access to Windows applications to a third party. By integrating and bundling Bridges with their Windows applications, ISVs are able to maintain account control and web-enable their customer's Windows applications. Applications deployed through Bridges can be seamlessly integrated with the user's desktop and accessed through a tiny Java applet, Netscape plug-in, or native Windows and Linux clients."

"Bridges for Windows is licensed by Corel Corporation to provide fast access to server-based Windows applications from Corel(R) LINUX(R) OS desktops, and by Compuware(R) to instantly web-enable enterprise-level applications deployed with their UNIFACE(R) Jti development environment."

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