NEWS -- For Immediate Release
DAX NETNOW FOR INTERNET ACCESS ANNOUNCED;
PROGRAM FREE FOR 4-SIGHT CUSTOMERS
-- DAX NetNow offers ISDN card users access to the Internet using multiple
ISDN channels, providing greater throughput and faster access;
-- LinkUPPP! software combined with DAX Dial-up Internet allows the ISDN
card to simultaneously access the Internet and transfer files via iSDN
-- DAX NetNow provides seamless Internet connectivity for ISDN card owners
with complete support from a graphic arts workflow oriented company;
-- DAX NetNow is free for 4-Sight customers in the U.S. and Canada who use
DAX as their ISDN service provider; DAX NetNow is valued at approximately
BOSTON -- September 10, 1998 -- Digital Art Exchange, Inc. (DAX), the
leading provider of open digital connectivity solutions to the graphic
communications marketplace, today announced DAX NetNow, a user friendly,
robust Internet access program for 4-Sight customers. The free DAX NetNow
package includes FCR's LinkUPPP! Duo software and one month of DAX Dial-up
Internet; an approximate $200 value. DAX NetNow offers 4-Sight ISDN card
users access to the Internet using multiple ISDN channels. By combining
two, four or eight ISDN B channels, DAX NetNow provides high-speed file
transfer and Internet access.
DAX launched the iSERIES, an Internet based product for the DAX Transport
line earlier this year. "The success and acceptance of the iSERIES in the
industry and DAXs ability to provide Level 1 Internet service throughout
the US and Canada lead us to evaluate providing improved Internet access
for our card- based customers," said Chuck Gehman, DAX's Manager of
Technology. "FCRs LinkUPPP! software combined with DAX Dial-up Internet is
a winning combination."
"The Internet is constantly evolving and communication needs shift as
customers embrace digital workflows," said Roger Glovsky, President of FCR
Software, Inc. "DAX saw the opportunity to provide enhanced functionality
for existing connectivity solutions and provide users with a powerful,
simple to use communication tool for both internal and external networks.
LinkUPPP! Duo and Quattro were tailored for the graphic arts marketplace
and we were happy to partner with DAX with its graphic arts workflow
DAX NetNow includes LinkUPPP! Duo software and DAX Dial-Up Internet
service. DAX NetNow is free to those customers who use DAX as their ISDN
and Internet service provider. The first month of Internet access is free
with the DAX NetNow package. Monthly Internet access charges after month
one will be $69.95 per month. Existing DAX ISDN card-based customers will
be provided the LinkUPPP! Duo software free, a $109.00 value, when they
sign-up for DAX Dial- up Internet.
About LinkUPPP! Duo
LinkUPPP! Duo is a Multilink PPP client for the Mac OS. The Duo supports
the Internet standards for combining two ISDN B channels for access speeds
of 128Kbps. Designed to work with most internal ISDN cards for the
Macintosh, it is now possible to access the Internet or connect with the
office router using industry standard protocols. LinkUPPP! software
combined with DAX Dial-up Internet allows the ISDN card to simultaneously
access the Internet and transfer files via iSDN Manager.
About DAX Dial-up Internet for ISDN Cards
DAX ISDN Internet is a dial-up ISDN BRI service which provides seamless
integration of the customers ISDN connectivity solution and their Internet
strategy. DAX partners with a Level 1 North American Internet Service
Provider (ISP) to provide service throughout North America. The Level 1 ISP
provides maximum performance and reliability for the Internet connection
while DAX provides the graphic arts workflow expertise. DAX manages all the
technical details of the installation and provides technical support for
the Internet connection. DAX Dial-up Internet is available for $69.95 per
month. The first month is free to DAX NetNow customers who use DAX as their
Additional Offer: LinkUPPP! Quattro
DAX will also be distributing LinkUPPP! Quattro for $239. LinkUPPP! Quattro
is a Multilink PPP client for Mac OS. The Quattro supports the Internet
standards for combining four ISDN B channels for access speeds of 256Kbps.
Designed to work with most internal ISDN cards for the Macintosh, it is now
possible to access the Internet or connect with the office router using
industry standard protocols. Combined with DAX Dial-up Internet, LinkUPPP!
Quattro is ideal for file transfers, digital asset management and
connecting to the DAX Transport series.
About FCR Software, Inc.
Founded in 1992, FCR Software, Inc. is a leading provider of remote access
products for the Mac OS to corporations, universities, the prepress
industry, government agencies, Internet service providers, mobile workers
and telecommuters. FCR develops, markets and sells portable network, ISDN
routing and WAN software for standard platforms. FCR is a privately held
company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
About Digital Art Exchange, Inc.
Digital Art Exchange, Inc. (DAX) is the acknowledged leader in providing
open digital connectivity solutions for the graphic communications
industry. DAX integrates industry standard hardware and software with
standard digital communication protocols, ISDN, Internet, T-1, frame relay
and virtual private networks, to provide complete communications
technology, marketing and customer support. DAX offers printers,
separators, publishers, packaging firms, ad agencies and their clients
scaleable bandwidth solutions enabling the implementation of a variety of
digital technologies. DAX was founded in 1995 and is a privately held
company headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. DAX, Advancing
Communications for the Graphic Arts.
Digital Art Exchange, Inc.
FCR Software, Inc.
CPR Marketing, Inc.