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December 2, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

NetManage Inc, the developer of networking protocol software for the Microsoft Corp Windows environment, which is based in Cupertino, California, has released version 3.11 of its X Window product line, which enables users to run X Window-based applications side-by-side with their Microsoft Windows applications. The X family consists of Xsession, a product which provides both a personal computer X server and TCP/IP protocol stack; Chameleon/X; and Chameleon NFS/X, which adds Network File System client and server support for Microsoft Windows – this means users can share network files and printers from the desktop and is priced at $790. Existing products have been enhanced in a variety of ways: users can now chose between either a Motif or Windows look and feel; they can also configure and administer their systems remotely because the X-remote protocol is now supported. In addition, the X server component has been re-architectured to exploit Intel Corp’s 32-bit processor architecture.

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