DSP Telecom releases NetGuardian 216T with four terminal server ports
DPS Telecom announced that it has released NetGuardian 216T RTU.

This version of the NetGuardian 216T offers clients four additional terminal ports, allowing for increased remote access to switches, PBXs, and other serial-interface devices. The NetGuardian 216T supports both FrameRelay and PPP protocols over a T1 interface. The 216T also delivers LAN to up to seven additional devices using its integrated network hub.

The NetGuardian 216T provides for a smooth migration from T1 to LAN. As the LAN expands, each NetGuardian connection can be switched from the T1 port to the LAN port. 

In addition to multi-port connectivity, the NetGuardian 216T provides 16 discrete alarms, two analog alarms, and two controls relays.  It also includes Windows Edit216T software, which allows operators to provision their NetGuardians remotely from their PC.

The NetGuardian 216T also offers multi-threshold analog alarm monitoring, allowing users to monitor analog values in real time. These can include battery levels, temperatures, humidity levels and more.  With these thresholds in place, operators will be automatically notified of potential network threats.

The NetGuardian 216T can report alarms via DCP or SNMP, with the capability to report to dual SNMP managers, including the DPS T/Mon NOC Alarm Management Platform.  It also includes an internal clock synchronized to Internet Time Protocol, ensuring the most accurate time and date stamping for SNMP alarms and traps.

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pptXTREME releases moreEdit for Microsoft PowerPoint

pptXTREME has released moreEdit for Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, XP, 2003 and 2007.  moreEdit consists of eight tools: SaveSelected, MakeHeader, MakeBody, Edit Word Art, MatchWidth, MatchHeight, Hide/Unhide and Notes.

With moreEdit’s MakeHeader and MakeBody, shapes that are created in PowerPoint without using the slide master can be formatted to the master. The process also removes “fake” bullets and extra lines and spaces left by the author to give the appearance of PowerPoint bullets.

The SaveSelected tool saves slides selected by the user into a file from within PowerPoint’s own sorter view.

Multiple elements on a slide can be aligned and formatted with the same width or height using the MatchWidth or MatchHeight tools. moreEdit’s Edit Word Art maintains the Word Art’s font size and formatting when you edit the Art’s text.

moreEdit’s HideSlide and UnhideSlides adds to PowerPoint’s default “hide” capabilities by making the hidden slides more visible in sorter view.

The Notes tool inserts text boxes for notes to the author that are formatted to be seen but can be hidden.

pptXTREME’s moreEdit for PowerPoint is priced from US $39.95 and can be purchased from their Web site: http://pptxtreme.com/buymoreedit.asp. For further details and a 15-day free trial, go to http://www.pptxtreme.com/.

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