FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mary A. Carson, Corp. Sales Manager
910 16th Street, Suite 624
Denver, CO 80202
Linux Included in PlanetUplink Expansion
November 13, 1998 (INB) -- Planet Computer nationally unveiled their newest
business solution, PlanetUplink, on October 30.
PlanetUplink IBN (Internet Based Network) allows businesses to gain access
to and share virtually any application or database simultaneously (real
time) on almost any computer from their remote and multiple offices,
globally, via the Internet.
This week, Planet Computer announced the expansion of PlanetUplink to
support Linux (server and client), in addition to the currently supported
Macintosh, OS/2, UNIX (Solaris/Sparc, Solaris/x86, SGI, IBM, SCO, HP/UX,
DEC, SunOS), Windows (Win95, NT, Windows CE, Win3.x), DOS and Java.
CEO of Planet Computer, Cori Fountain states, "We are very proud to add
Linux to PlanetUplink. This expansion makes our service the most unique and
complete business solution of its kind. PlanetUplink gives Linux a higher
accessibility to businesses who want a vast selection of applications, yet
want to use the Linux platform."
"IBN and Internet computing fit the needs of small to mid- sized businesses
and will continue to gain momentum in the industry as business owners come
to expect the flexibility and reliability of hosted offices. PlanetUplink
is the enterprise scaled solution at a small business price," said Mary
Carson, CSM of Planet Computer.