GraphOn Corp. (OTCBB:GOJO), a leading worldwide developer of server-based application publishing and Web-enabling software solutions, today announced the immediate availability of GO-Global for UNIX version 2.2.6. GO-Global is a thin-client, server-based computing solution that extends the reach of existing UNIX and Linux software applications to any remote device, platform or operating system without the need for cumbersome, client-side X servers.
"With GO-Global for UNIX, enterprises can instantly and inexpensively Web-enable complex, feature-rich UNIX and Linux applications for cross-platform access from Windows-based clients and other thin clients over LANs, WANs, dial-up connections, or the Internet," said John Dilworth, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "With the powerful new capabilities incorporated into version 2.2.6, GO-Global for UNIX is now more flexible, efficient, and effective than ever."
The enhancements incorporated into GO-Global for UNIX 2.2.6 include:
Current GO-Global for UNIX customers with maintenance contracts can download the new version for free from GraphOn's FTP site. Customers without a maintenance contract should call GraphOn at 1.800.GRAPHON and select the Sales option when promoted.
About GraphOn Corporation
GraphOn Corporation is a publicly-traded company headquartered in Santa Cruz, California. For over a decade, GraphOn has been an innovator of cost-effective, advanced solutions that help customers access applications from anywhere. GraphOn's high-performance software provides fast remote access, cross-platform connectivity, and a centralized architecture that delivers a dramatically lower cost of ownership. The company's solutions run under Microsoft (MSFT) Windows, Linux and UNIX, including Sun (JAVA) Solaris, IBM AIX, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) HP-UX, and others. For more information, call 1.800.GRAPHON in the USA, +44.1344.668534 in Europe, or visit www.graphon.com.
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