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Agfa to offer ExtremeZ-IP worldwide

Dec 10, 2001 12:00 AM

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Group Logic (Arlington, VA), a vendor of Macintosh-to-Windows interoperability software, and Agfa Corp. (Ridgefield Park, NJ) have signed an agreement that allows Agfa to resell Group Logic’s ExtremeZ-IP software through Agfa’s worldwide distribution channel.

The agreement follows Agfa’s decision to migrate many of its products, including Apogee PDF RIP and Apogee PrintDrive, to the Windows 2000 Server and Professional platform. Solutions affected by the agreement include Agfa’s range of software systems for the printing and publishing industries, such as Apogee Series3 PDF-based digital workflow system.

Group Logic's ExtremeZ-IP is file and print server software that uses the TCP/IP protocol to increase throughput as much as sixfold between Macintosh clients and Microsoft Windows servers.