SAN FRANCISCO, March 27, 2001 -- Web Crossing, Inc. today announced its Web Crossing on Mac OS X is now in public beta, maximizing the power of Unix while taking full advantage of the stability, reliability and performance advances of Apple's 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. The new public beta of Web Crossing is available for testing or 30-day trial today at http://webcrossing.com/01087.
"Mac OS X showcases the power, scalability and extensibility of Web Crossing," said Tim Lundeen, founder and CEO of Web Crossing. "Our ease of customization dovetails well with the advanced graphics and new Aqua™ interface in Mac OS X. We're proud to support Mac OS X and look forward to keeping pace with future advances of Mac OS X as Web Crossing helps realize the promise of the Internet to help people work together. By the time we exit our beta test period, we also hope to be able to demonstrate some pretty exciting benchmarks."
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