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Intergraph Introduces ExtremeZ-IP For Better Mac Networking Through NT
Intergraph has rolled out ExtremeZ-IP, their alternative to running Windows NT's AppleShare protocol in a mixed Mac/NT network. The company claims that the product will speed up AppleShare file transfers up to 5 times over that of the built in NT protocol. According to Intergraph:

ExtremeZ-IP allows Macintosh clients to access files on Windows NT file servers at up to 5 times the speed of Windows NT Server's built in Services for Macintosh (SFM). It is especially useful in environments with large number of Macintoshes, and in those sites wishing to take advantage of the throughput capabilities of Gigabit Ethernet technologies that are now available for the Macintosh platform.

ExtremeZ?IP requires NTW or NTS 4.0 with Service Pack 3. It also requires AppleShare client version 3.7.4 or later on the Macintosh. This is the client that supports AppleShare over TCP/ IP, and it runs on MacOS 7.5.3 or later.

List price for ExtremeZoIP for the Windows NT Workstation version is US$299 and for the Windows NT Server version for up to 10 clients is US$999. In addition an unlimited client version is available for US$1399. Upgrades from the 10 client to unlimited client version are US$599.

You can find more information on the product at the company's web site. ExtremeZ-IP is available immediately.

Intergraph



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