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COMPanion delivers Alexandria Library Automation for MAC OS X

Press Release: COMPanion Corporation [March 23, 2001]

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, March 23, 2001—COMPanion Corporation announced today that they will deliver a carbonized version of Alexandria® for Mac® OS X, so that any Mac OS can take advantage of Alexandria's full set of features. The carbonized version of Alexandria is currently in beta and will be released in Spring 2001.

Alexandria users running on Mac OS X will enjoy its ground breaking enhancements including Aqua interface, a robust protected memory architecture, preemptive multi-tasking, and faster standards based networking.

Alexandria's beta for OS X demonstrates COMPanion's continuing commitment to the Macintosh platform. Alexandria is the first Library Automation program that is carbonized to run natively on the Mac OS X.

Alexandria is 100% cross-platform for both client and server. Many library automation programs have a cross-platform interface but require the server to be on a Windows platform.

COMPanion Corporation, headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, is the developer of Alexandria—best known for its power and ease of use. Alexandria offers the best cross platform library automation solution for Windows and Macintosh. Alexandria provides software solutions to the K-12 education market, public and special/corporate libraries. For over 12 years, COMPanion has established itself as a leader in the K-12 education market.

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Publication Year:2001
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:March 23, 2001
Publisher:COMPanion Corporation
Place of Publication:Salt Lake City, UT
Company: COMPanion Corporation
Products: Alexandria
Subject: Product announcements
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Record Number:9074
Last Update:2023-11-25 17:19:40
Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00