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LinuxPR: WiredX.net Launches Officially

Jul 11, 2000, 18:10 (1 Talkback[s])


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"JCraft,Inc., software development company specializing in Java applications, announced today that WiredX.net is officially opening its doors to all GNU/Linux, *BSD, Unices and X Window System users for realizing the mantra 'Wrap every desktop in X Window System'. WiredX.net is intended to provide free distribution service of X Window System server written in pure Java, WiredX and WiredX-Lite, which enable accesses to unix applications from Microsoft Windows via web browsers, on demand, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."

"We," says Atsuhiko Yamanaka, Founder and CEO of JCraft,Inc, "are convinced the ubiquitousness of X servers will leverage the growth of GNU/Linux, *BSD, Unices, X and Open Source communities and their marketing opportunities and we firmly believe WiredX.net will contribute to their success."

"The service of WiredX.net will cover Microsoft Windows desktops, where IE 4.*,5.* and Netscape 4.5 or higher are running. This means WiredX.net will be able to convert several millions of Windows desktops to X terminals instantly. In the near future, Mac OS X and OS/2 desktops and Be appliances users will be also able to access to X applications instantly by WiredX.net."

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