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StarNet Introduces Win32 PC X Server

When NT was still crawling out of the primordial soup, Unix boxen roamed the earth, requiring PC X Server software for running X window applications on Windows desktop. Now that NT has gained a greater foothold in the sever world, the X Server was all but extinct.

However, the rise of Linux as a server platform has created new demand for X Server software, StarNet has stepped in and met that demand, with their Win32 PC X Server software.

Version 5.0 offers new features, including a session wizard to aid new users configure their connection, and multiple session abilities. In addition, they are supporting thin clients with a number of features for the platform.

Contact: StarNet, (408) 739-0881, www.starnet.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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