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LinuxPR: Cybernet Releases New NetMAX Internet Appliance Software with Enhanced Features

May 08, 2000, 23:35 (0 Talkback[s])

"Cybernet Systems Corporation today announced two new product releases with enhanced features for its popular Linux-based NetMAX Internet appliance software line, providing consumers with more capabilities and flexibility at the same low cost and in the same easy, 15-minute installation format. The NetMAX Internet Server Suite now includes the ability to host multiple domains on a single IP address, and improvements to the NetMAX FireWall Suite include a proxy server with 100 MB of cached storage to speed network performance."

"The NetMAX Internet Server Suite, first introduced as the NetMAX WebServer, dramatically simplifies Linux web server installation and management. It includes and installs proven applications such as the popular Apache web server and Sendmail email server and the full power of a Linux operating system based on the distribution of Red Hat(R) Linux. It uses custom configuration code, tight component integration and an advanced graphical HTML interface to simplify setup of a fully functioning web, email and FTP server."

"The NetMAX Internet Server Suite truly simplifies Linux, Apache, Sendmail and other powerful programs that are often considered too difficult for the general computer user to install and configure," said Armando Pauker, vice president of network products for Cybernet. "With NetMAX, any consumer can harness the power of Linux to set up an inexpensive, reliable web and email server in as little as 15 minutes through a few simple mouse clicks."

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