LinuxPR: Xi Graphics Releases New Accelerated-X for Linux/UNIX SystemsDec 07, 2000, 21:44 (1 Talkback[s])
"Version 6 Offers New VMWare Support Feature."
"Xi Graphics Inc., a privately held firm that specializes in premium graphics support software for Linux and UNIX systems, announced today the release of version 6 of its line of Accelerated-X Display Servers(TM) for laptop, desktop and multi-head use. The newest version of Accelerated-X continues to offer the high performance and stability which have come to be associated with the Xi Graphics' name. In addition, version 6 offers numerous new features developed in direct response to customer requests."
"Some of the new features now available in Accelerated-X Display Server version 6 include:
-- XiG X Full Screen Extension (XiG-XFS) support for VMWare
-- Preliminary USB support for Linux and Solaris 8
-- Digital Flat Panels (DFP) support
-- Dual View support for cards such as the Matrox G400 and Appian Duet
-- Touchscreen support and TSC calibration support via the tscal program
-- A totally new, dynamically loadable, I/O subsystem.
-- LBX and XKB extension support"
"The additional features offered in version 6 are, for the most part, in response to customer inquiries and requests," said Dan McGregor, national sales manager at Xi Graphics. "We are particularly sensitive to market demands and set our engineering goals in accordance with what our customers want. This is particularly important with the popularity of Linux on the rise, resulting in new markets and potential customers appearing every day."
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