Xinet Ships FullPress v11.01 and WebNative v4.01 for Mac OS X
Press release from the issuing company
Berkeley, CA (December 10, 2001) - Xinet, Inc., a leading developer of prepress server software, today announced the release of FullPress version 11.01 and WebNative version 4.01 for Mac OS X Server and Mac OS X.
The release of FullPress and WebNative for Mac OS X gives prepress, publishing and design customers on the Mac the ability to output PDF and TIFF/IT P1 files, to use these formats with page layout programs, and to manage digital assets via the Web.
"We're impressed by the power and performance of Mac OS X. Its speed and stability make it a great platform for demanding prepress operations," said Xinet CEO Scott Seebass, who has been building networking tools for Macintosh workgroups since 1989. "Now Mac shops can leverage the years of experience Xinet has invested in developing solutions geared for the challenges of prepress operations."
Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations, said: "With its open standards design, Mac OS X can talk to every major file server protocol on every major server platform on the market. FullPress and WebNative for Mac OS X offer a powerful and reliable file server, print server and easy-to-use digital asset management system on the most compatible operating system available."
The Mac OS X version of FullPress 11.01 includes all the features of the latest FullPress version, a powerful prepress server that combines file serving, print spooling, OPI, color correction, and other tools to speed prepress operations.
The Mac OS X version of WebNative 4.01 is a server-based asset management system that provides 24-hour access to production servers via the Internet. With WebNative, users have immediate access to their files and archives -- anytime, anywhere - allowing efficient, multi-site collaboration, faster job turnaround and higher customer satisfaction.
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