CYBERNET SIGNS DISTRIBUTORS FOR NETMAX THIN SERVER SERIES.
Distributors agreeing to carry NetMAX WebServer, NetMAX FileServer and NetMAX FireWall products include Ingram Micro (NYSE: IM), Navarre Corporation (NASDAQ: NAVR) and Frank Kasper & Associates.
Cybernet's NetMAX thin server/Internet appliance products are the first Linux-based thin servers to hit the market. They offer users a simple and fast way to configure an inexpensive web, file or firewall server that features the reliability of Linux. By using the NetMAX products, anyone who can use a web browser can convert virtually any PC to an Internet appliance in 15 minutes or less.
Minneapolis-based Frank Kasper & Associates is one of the nation's largest distributors of Linux software. "We are very excited to offer our customers Cybernet's NetMAX products through our worldwide distribution network," said Frank Kasper, president.
"We recognize the importance of ensuring the efficient and reliable distribution of NetMAX products to retail outlets in order to maintain their current level of success," noted Greg Emery, Cybernet Systems' senior vice president. "Meeting consumer demand is our top priority, and we can do it by working with high-calibre distributors such as Ingram Micro, Navarre and Frank Kasper for our VAR and retail partners."
The NetMAX Linux-based thin servers were launched in October 1999. Each can be installed alone or in combination, and all are ideal for use by ISPs, small- to medium-sized businesses or corporate workgroups. Each server carries an approximate street price of under $100.
About Frank Kasper & Associates
Frank Kasper & Associates, Inc. (FKA) is a worldwide software and book distributor specializing in distribution of technical and productivity titles. Sales are made to the retail trade in the U.S.A. (major retailers, booksellers and on-line resellers) and distributors, retailers and book chains worldwide. FKA specializes in providing the latest in Linux operating system software and documentation to its customers and is the largest distributor of Linux software in the world.
About Ingram Micro Inc.
Ingram Micro Inc., headquartered in Santa Ana, Calif., is a wholesale provider of technology products and services, and a leader of assembly and integration services with sales of $26.5 billion for the past four reported quarters. The company and its subsidiaries operate in 34 countries and distribute more than 225,000 products to more than 140,000 resellers in 130 countries.
About Navarre Corporation
Navarre Corporation's "business to business" Internet E-Commerce web sites (www.navarre.com) provide fulfillment for retail sites through traditional, E-Commerce and Digital technologies. Navarre's major business groups are: Computer Products Division which distributes quality consumer software to retailers nationwide; Independent Music Distribution which is the distributor of independent music labels in the United States and now Canada; Alternative Retail Markets which distributes major label music to non-traditional retail outlets, and also distributes DVD Home Video product; Digital Entertainment which digitally distributes music and entertainment/edutainment software. Navarre has an ownership position in NetRadio.com.
Cybernet Systems is a technology research and development company that creates and commercializes solutions in the networking, wireless, robotics, electromechanical and PC hardware/software arenas. The company is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
For more information, call 734/668-2567.
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2000|
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