BW: Merlin Announces Agreement With Frank Kasper & AssociatesMay 01, 2000, 20:10 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Merlin Software Technologies International Inc. (OTCBB- MLSW), a leading provider of Linux based software applications, announced today an agreement with Minnesota based Frank Kasper & Associates (FKA), one of the world's largest providers of CD-ROM software. FKA will supply Merlin's PerfectBACKUP+ Linux backup and crash recovery software to its world-wide distribution channel."
"Founded September 1990, FKA is a worldwide distributor of software and is considered the industry leader in the distribution of Linux software and related products. FKA has been specializing in providing the latest in Linux operating system software and documentation to its customers since 1993. It currently places Linux products on the shelves of more than 2,000 stores in the USA, and in more than 60 countries throughout the world. Frank Kasper & Associates is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Many of the top CD-ROM vendors rely on FKA to distribute their products, including Voyager, Caldera (NASDAQ : CALD), Cyber Chef, DeLorme Mapping, RedHat Software (NASDAQ:RHAT), Knowledge Media, Walnut Creek, and others."
"PerfectBACKUP+ for Linux is an extremely easy to use, fully automated, backup software application for backing up Linux, Unix, Windows and Macintosh computers for as low as $69. It is the most economical, powerful network backup and crash recovery tool available. It provides backup scheduling and remote backup, recovery, encryption, robotics module, enhanced security and many other features with both a graphical and character interface for all major versions of Linux, including Caldera OpenLinux 2.3, eDesktop 2.4, eServer 2.3, TurboLinux 4.0 and 6.0, versions 6.0 and 6.1 from RedHat, SuSE 6.0/1/2/3/, Debian 2.0, Mandrake 6.1, and the latest Linux 1.0 release from Corel (NASDAQ:CORL)."
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