Version 4.0 of the PC X server software lets you use a standard Web browser to locate and launch X Windows applications. You just click on the appropriate link on your company intranet. The suite also includes an NFS client and server, terminal emulation, a graphical keyboard remapper and a GUI-based ftp client.
Single user, $545; 100-user pack, $24,500
Network Computing Devices
The multichannel upgradable SCSI-3 compliant PM3332W (EISA) and PM3334W (PCI) to Wide SCSI disk array controllers use SMART (self-monitoring, analysis and reporting technology) for real-time monitoring and warning of impending disk failures. The DPT controllers provide support across multiple operating systems and are also available in PCI-Ultra/Wide.
Distributed Processing Technology
This Internet and intranet firewall screens IP and IPX packets, and uses stateful multilayer inspection to screen traffic on both sides of the firewall.
The client/server customer support application provides Web access for both customers (Internet) and internal support personnel (intranet). This highly customizable program also includes security mechanisms.
From $1,895 per user
The four-way Pentium Pro symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) servers are available with 166MHz or 200MHz processors, and include Digital Clusters for Windows NT Server. They have large dedicated level 2 caches, dual peer PCI buses and advanced memory interleaving.
$17,069 to $34,000
Digital Equipment Corp.
The client/server integrated accounting and business management package has General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Order Entry, Purchase Order, Inventory, Bill of Materials, Payroll, Jobs and Resources modules. It supports Windows 95 and NT, as well as OS/2 and UNIX.
Average package, from $12,000
This enterprisewide program integrates marketing and sales processes. It is written in Microsoft Access, transparently interacts with the Microsoft Office suite and can hook into any ODBC-compliant database.
5-user license, $3,000; each additional seat, $400
The Executive Focus Group
The 32-bit program designed for Windows 95 and NT helps you integrate UNIX and PC resources by offering Network File System (NFS) client and server capabilities. Marathon 4.0 also provides a range of terminal emulators for integrating Win95 and NT desktops with legacy host-based systems.
Single user, $325; 100-user pack, $14,600
Network Computing Devices
Available in separate versions for Windows 95 and NT, the NFS client software provides enterprisewide sharing of files, applications or peripherals such as CD-ROM drives or printers. The software works with InterDrive NT Server, allowing any NFS client to access NT-based file systems as if they were on the local system.
Version 4.1 of the Internet/intranet server makes it easier to integrate Web sites with business processes and offer multiple sites on a single server. A secure version with an authenticity certificate utility is also available.
Base server, $99; secure server, $294
These MDI optical jukeboxes now include a 2.6GB magneto-optical drive, which doubles the capacity of previous jukeboxes without increasing their external dimensions. The 2.6GB drive has a disk rotation speed of 3,600rpm for a transfer rate of 2MBps to 4MBps. MDIÕs optical jukeboxes range from 41GB to 618GB capacities, and are available with management software.
$7,995 to $60,995
Micro Design International