WAVE Corporation announces new MediaBank server platforms
Press release from the issuing company
LAKE MARY, FL., March 29, 2004 – WAVE Corporation, an asset and content management software development company, today announced its flagship product, MediaBank 3, has been ported to Linux RedHat (Intel) and Apple’s OS X server platforms. "The addition of the Linux and Apple platforms ensures that our customers and resellers will continue to have the most extensive deployment options available in the digital asset management market," stated Ward Wright, managing director of WAVE Corporation.
“Linux RedHat and Apple OS X are logical extensions of our MediaBank server platform offerings since we already operate on Sun Solaris, SGI IRIX, and the Microsoft Windows server family,” said Dan Macaluso, WAVE’s Director of Engineering. “Customer preference in systems and product flexibility are fundamental to our developmental approach.
Customers or resellers may contact WAVE at 407-585-0250 for availability and pricing. The anticipated release date for the new platforms is June, 2004.
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