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WAVE Corporation Releases MediaBank 2.8

Tuesday, September 25, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

LONGWOOD, Fl., September 24th, 2001 –WAVE Corporation, an engineering and software development company, today announced the release of MediaBank and Intersep OPI version 2.8. "Our continued development of the industries most value rich digital asset management product coupled with our superior support offering solidifies MediaBank’s position as the industry’s most widely used digital asset management tool for printing and publishing," said Ward Wright, managing partner of WAVE Corporation. Notable among 2.8 features and enhancements include: Enhanced Job Jacket Tree Structure; Client and Server version matching; ability to change user without exiting the client; additional API's; improved thumbnail/preview quality and control; improved viewfile/lowres quality and control; enhanced security through IP; support for Solaris 8, Helios 2.6, SQL 2000, PDF 1.4, and Legato 6; Persona/Pageflex Plugin; enhancements to imslpn, and many other feature requests submitted from the customer base. "MediaBank 2.8 provides significant improvements in performance and usability for our customers," said Dan Macaluso, WAVE’s Director of Engineering. "We are now developing the next two major releases, 2.9 and 3.0. MediaBank 2.9 will include the ability to catalog files much faster, support for Quark 5.0, and drag and drop for Quark from Windows platforms. MediaBank 3.0 will include an XML Server (including Importing, Exporting and Migration), a new Java Web interface, and a native OS X client. Additionally, we will incorporate on-line proofing and mark-up capabilities." "Our focus with MediaBank has been to provide stability with frequent and substantial enhancements," Macaluso continued. "Our development efforts are driven by our customer’s needs and industry standards. We consistently see others in the space re-direct sales efforts by repackaging products, adding marketing hype and then offering so-called "new" solutions. Our large worldwide installed base requires that we continue to add functionality to tested and proven products. We invite companies unsatisfied with their current Asset Management application and/or support to consider the many advantages of the new MediaBank. " WAVE MediaBank customers under support can register for the free upgrade at this web site: http://www.wavecorp.com/register.html About MediaBank An enterprise asset management application for cross-media publishing that enables organizations to more efficiently manage, use, and share their digital assets across the enterprise. MediaBank's design reflects the many ways that editorial, production professionals, and their management teams, need to work with, track, and report on the creation and use of digital assets. About WAVE Corporation Headquartered in Central Florida since 1987, WAVE Corporation is an engineering services and software development company that specializes in system design, information management and system support. WAVE combines eBusiness know-how with a wealth of experience in traditional print and publishing consulting services to deliver efficient, robust, end-to-end solutions. WAVE Corporation works side-by-side with our clients and partners to assist them in achieving significant positive change. WAVE's ability to deliver real business solutions has helped create long-term relationships with both customers and partners. WAVE Corporation sells MediaBank‘ digital asset management software and Intersep‘ OPI internationally through a worldwide network of channel partners and integrators.

 

 

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