HELIOS LanTest now available for Mac OS X
Tuesday, February 11, 2003
GARBSEN, Germany--Feb. 10, 2003--HELIOS Software GmbH, a leading developer of network and prepress server solutions, announced the release of HELIOS LanTest for Mac OS X. Used widely throughout the networking industry as a standard testing, diagnostic and benchmarking tool, HELIOS LanTest helps users determine network server volume and local hard disk performance. HELIOS LanTest testing includes: -- Create, open, and delete files -- Write/Read throughout test -- File locking performance -- Printing and spooling performance testing -- Single user and multi-user server testing HELIOS LanTest is used by many vendors and users for: -- Network switch throughout testing -- Local hard disk throughput and reliability testing -- Macintosh hardware burn-in and reliability testing HELIOS LanTest 3.1 is completely Mac OS X native including support for Apple's Mac OS X Aqua interface. LanTest is also fully compatible with OS 9 clients. It can test any AFP-compatible file server or a local hard disk and can be controlled via AppleScript. "The success of our LanTest application relies on the fact that it is very easy to use. Every user can use LanTest immediately with just a few clicks," stated Helmut Tschemernjak, president of HELIOS Software GmbH. "LanTest scales very well from single user tests, up to complete multi-user server and network performance benchmarking. LanTest is used as well for hardware reliability testing." LanTest can be downloaded from http://www.helios.de.