SAN FRANCISCO----Web Crossing, Inc. today announced it will ship Web Crossing on Mac OS X, Apple's next generation operating system, when Mac OS X is released in early 2001. As the leading communications solution for online communities, Web Crossing plans to deliver enterprise-level community creation software to ship on Mac OS X. Web Crossing also plans to keep pace with future iterations to take full advantage of the stability, reliability and performance advances of this new ultra-modern Mac OS X. Available as a complete server hosted solution or as a traffic-based sliding-scale licensed download, Web Crossing is located at www.webcrossing.com.
"We're proud to support Mac OS X and look forward to its promising advances of integrating the Internet into everyday computer use," said Tim Lundeen, founder and CEO of Web Crossing. "Mac OS X promises to be a fantastic platform to leverage the scalability and extensibility of Web Crossing. Our ease of customization should dovetail perfectly with the advanced graphics and new Aqua(TM) interface in Mac OS X. We are eager to keep pace with future advances of Mac OS X as Web Crossing helps realize the collaboration promise of the Internet."
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