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November 4, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Insoft Inc has released the SHARE Shared Application Resource Environment, which enables users to share standard applications in real-time during a video conferencing session. The Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania-based company claims that users can now edit or modify remote documents, spreadsheets or drawings in real time as if they were local programs – and everyone involved can see the results in real-time. The Shared Application Resource Environment must be used with Insoft’s Communique! conferencing software. The product will be available under Sun Microsystems Inc’s SunOS 4.1x in early December, and on Hewlett-Packard Co’s Apollo Series 700, IBM Corp’s RS/6000 and Silicon Graphics Inc Indigo and Indy workstations in the first quarter of 1994, and it will cost $600 per user. Communique currently runs on Sun and Hewlett-Packard hardware, and will ship on the RS/6000 from this month and on Silicon Graphics machines by January. It licenses for $2,500 per user, based on a five-node floating licence.

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