December 4, 2003 (Arlington, VA) – Group Logic, developer of best-selling network workflow software products, announced today the release of ExtremeZ-IP version 3.1.1, an upgrade to its file and print server product line. With this upgrade, ExtremeZ-IP 3.1.1 offers improved file transfer performance with Mac OS X clients, better Unicode character support, and other bug fixes. This upgrade follows the September release that delivered major advancements in the product’s compatibility with Mac OS X and Windows 2003. ExtremeZ-IP is currently the only Windows based AppleShare IP file server product on the market being actively enhanced to maintain compatibility with Mac OS X. Version 3.1.1 is a free upgrade to customers that own a license of version 3.x and have a current Maintenance and Support contract with Group Logic.
ExtremeZ-IP uses the latest Apple file sharing technology, based on the TCP/IP protocol, to increase throughput between Mac clients and Windows servers and increase productivity by enhancing network performance and centralizing the management of shared resources. It supports, Rendezvous, Apple’s Internet standard for browsing and discovering devices over TCP/IP networks, allowing Mac clients to easily find and connect to Windows-based servers.
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