PRN: Chilliware Announces Linux-Based Applications for Enterprise And Consumer Markets

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 13, 2000


"Chilliware, a developer of Linux-based applications for businesses and consumers, today announced five products designed to support the growing base of Linux users. The company also announced an online technical support resource at the desktop, server and enterprise levels, and an upcoming community of web sites dedicated to the operating system...."

Chilliware, a developer of Linux-based applications for businesses and consumers, today announced five products designed to support the growing base of Linux users.

"The five products, scheduled for September shipment, are:"

"Mohawk Server Configurator -- Based on the Apache Server Application for Linux, this wizard-enabled application cuts the system administration time to configure Apache by more than 50 percent. It also optimizes the server's ability to handle data transfers by analyzing environment and bandwidth to achieve ideal performance."

"Nexxus Contact Manager -- This product enables the user, at home or office, to open the contact desktop and work from any application. The user can access e-mail, address book, office applications, calls, appointment book and more while maintaining their contact sales database and applications."

"Sculptor Desktop Publisher -- In addition to a full array of consumer features, this application includes the latest components for the B2B publishing industry, combining a robust feature set with powerful wizards for ease of use."

"Xtreme Ice Operating System -- This OS features improved stability over Windows utilizing all the power of Linux. In combination with Chilliware's applications, Xtreme Ice will make a complete suite of effective tools."

Mentor Developer's Tools -- Designed to speed the process of creating help file documentation, this application will assist IT managers, developers and VAR programmers when writing help files for merged applications, new employee directives and documentation of application development."

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