CorelDRAW 10 To Ship In November With Extras

Corel Corporation and Canto Software announced that the soon-to-be-released CorelDRAW 10 Graphics Suite will include the newest version of Canto Cumulus. CorelDRAW is a complete design solution while Cantois Cumulus serves as an archiving system. According to Corel and Canto:

"Corel and Canto have enjoyed a long-standing partnership, designed to meet the needs of todayis creative professionals," said Sylvain Charron, director of product management, creative products group at Corel Corporation. "By incorporating Cantois advanced, cross-platform media management system in CorelDRAW 10 Graphics Suite, we are expanding upon what is already a robust, feature-rich graphics package and giving users even more tools to help them work creatively and efficiently."

"Corel products and Cumulus are a natural fit," said Jennifer Neumann, chief executive officer of Canto. "CorelDRAW, Corel PHOTO-PAINT and Cumulus are market leaders in their categories and creativity tools need integration with asset management and vice versa."

CorelDRAW 10 Graphics Suite offers vector illustration, page layout, bitmap editing and animation, all in one box. Whether creating for print, Web, or cross-media, CorelDRAW 10 Graphics Suite offers a tool-set that fosters artistic creativity, consistent reliability and compatibility with existing workflows.

Canto Cumulus 5 is an archiving system for multimedia data. The Canto Cumulus 5 platform also offers a flexible base for any kind of workflow solution for assets in production. Cumulus is a high-end application for managing and publishing all types of media assets such as images, layouts, presentations, video, audio and text. The Cumulus product line consists of three Editions: Single User, Workgroup, Enterprise, as well as additional options by Canto Software AG or partner companies.

CorelDRAW 10 will be available in November 2000 and will cost US$569 (full version) or $249 (upgrade). You can find more information about CorelDRAW at Corelis site.