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Mainsoft extends availability of Visual MainWin 5 to twelve Unix platforms.

Mainsoft Corporation has announced it will significantly broaden the availability of its flagship product Visual MainWin 5, by adding seven new Unix operating systems to its list of supported platforms. Mainsoft will deliver all of the new platforms by June 1, 2003.

"Our latest product, Visual MainWin 5, was designed from the ground up with the Enterprise in mind," said Philippe Cohen, Vice President of Product Development for Mainsoft Corporation. "Having Visual MainWin 5 available on twelve platforms empowers our customers to extend the reach of their Windows applications deeper than ever before into the multi-platform Enterprise."

Visual MainWin 5 was lunched in Q4 2002 on five platforms: Solaris 8, HP-UX 11.00 and 11.11, AIX 5.1 and Linux 7.3. It attracted considerable market and enterprise-software vendor interest by combining enhanced performance and scalability, with proven robustness for non-stop operation. The addition of Solaris 9, 2.6, 2.7, HP-UX 11.22, AIX 5.2, 4.3.3, and Linux 8.0, enables many Mainsoft customers to deliver the Visual MainWin 5 based solutions they've been developing.

Mainsoft Corporation, the software porting company, enables businesses to develop applications once on Windows and rapidly deploy them to multiple Unix environments. Since 1993, the world's largest independent software vendors and Fortune 1000 IT departments have used Mainsoft to port more than $1 billion in software. Mainsoft is headquartered in San Jose, Calif. and has offices in Chicago, London and Israel.
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Comment:Mainsoft extends availability of Visual MainWin 5 to twelve Unix platforms.
Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
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Date:Mar 17, 2003
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