LBM releases AXIAR 6.0 output management software
LBM Systems announced the release of its AXIAR output management software, which adds cross-platform output management software to AS/400 environments.
Features included in this release of AXIAR include AS/400-based output management for iSeries servers. The feature uses Portable Application Solution Environment (PASE), the OS/400 subsystem in which AXIAR runs, which provides a Unix-like environment for network printer management.
Also included is AXIAR Installer, which allows operators to manage multiple server installs of AXIAR from a single interface. Print and output jobs can be moved from one server to another in order to route jobs based on server and output object availability.
Finally, enhanced network printer discovery allows designers to create forms and configure AXIAR format without being logged into the server. Unix and Windows servers use the same graphical interface.
TruTamil announces release of ndxCards
TruTamil LLC has released version 1.94 of ndxCards, a note taking, outlining and paper writing application for Windows.
NdxCards are electronic index cards designed to record notes and ideas. It allows users to organize notes by such categories as keywords, subjects, sources and authors. The software includes features such as short cut keys and quick-complete fields. The application can be integrated with Office software to enable the notes to be used directly. Notes can be dropped into a word processor as text or as shapes in software such as Visio or PowerPoint.
NdxCards runs on Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP with Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher installed.
The academic and the professional versions of ndxCards are priced at US$49, with the superset version going for US$69 for a single regular user licence. Volume discounts are offered to educational institutions. A fully functional 15-day trial of ndxCards is available from the company site.
Motricity announces suite of mobile services
Motricity Corp. announced the release of Fuel 5, a suite of services for managing the entire lifecycle of mobile content from sourcing, partner relations, catalog management, merchandising, community building and consumer analytics.
Fuel 5 includes three new services, Fuel Portal, Fuel Community and Fuel Catalog. The Fuel Portal service delivers personalized information services and content through a mobile browser. Fuel Community service is a technology-neutral, cross-carrier solution for the enablement and management of white-labeled communities around mobile content. The Fuel Catalog service includes a mobile catalogue featuring over 600,000 titles, graphics, ringtones, games, mobile applications and eBooks.
Tvidia releases Internet content rating product for mobile phones
Tvidia Corp, released Tvidia Secure, a content rating solution which classifies online digital content and its suitability by age, similar to that of the movie industry.
The product is targeted at cellular phone network operators, mobile virtual network operators and content aggregators. With Tvidia Secure, all online digital content can be categorized into age appropriate content, which can then be controlled and downloaded to cell phones and other mobile computing devices by consumers based on their age.
Tvidia Secure supports the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) and other current and emerging classification standards or proposals generally accepted by the industry.