New Mandriva MNF2 offers enterprise-class all-in-one security and infrastructure solution (Products)
June, 21st 2005 - Mandriva, formerly Mandrakesoft, today announced the second versions of its comprehensive infrastructure and security system Multi Network Firewall. MNF2 provides advanced firewalling, IDS (Intrusion Detection System) and VPN (Virtual Private Network) capabilites in a single product made easy to use by a simple web interface. New features include new types of VPN such as PPTP and OpenVPN, network interface bonding and bridging, traffic shaping, network mapping and peer-to-peer filtering. MNF2 ships with one year online security update service and support options. Price: US$550 / 500 euro.
Mandriva announces acquisition of main Lycoris assets, new move on the desktop (Corporate)
June 15th 2005 - Mandriva, formerly known as Mandrakesoft, the publisher of the popular Mandriva Linux distribution, today announced an agreement to purchase several assets from Lycoris, a major North American Linux distribution for home users. As part of this agreement, Lycoris' founder and CEO Joseph Cheek is joining Mandriva to develop a new and advanced Linux desktop product.
Mandriva's Academia programme eases site-wide Linux deployment for educational institutions (Corporate)
June 8th, 2005 - Further empowering universities, schools and research institutions seeking to build upon Linux for their IT infrastructure, Mandriva launches the Academia program, the all-in-one, single-tier solution for educational institutions.
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Mandriva's Limited Edition 2005 brings the ultimate to Linux enthusiasts (Products)
Moreno Valley, Ca; Paris, France - April 13th 2005 - Mandriva (pronounced "Man-dree-vah"!), the company formerly known as Mandrakesoft, today released Limited Edition 2005, a special new version of its operating system that blends the most up to date popular open source applications, including Firefox 1.0.2, with specific customisations resulting in advanced multimedia, internet and development capabilities. These features include out-of-the-box Web content RSS reading and software sound mixing (so multiple applications can play sound at once). Limited Edition 2005 is the only Linux system to allow the trouble-free coexistence of 32-bit and 64-bit applications. It also offers enhanced hardware support for removable devices, including the ability to boot from USB keys.
Mandrakesoft Announces Name Change! (Corporate)
After spending weeks balancing pros and cons, Mandrakesoft has decided to change its name!
The name change will apply worldwide to both the company and its products. The management team sees two good reasons for this change:
Mandrakesoft introduces new Mandrakelinux Clustering HPC Linux solution (Products)
Moreno Valley, Ca; Paris, France; March, 30th 2005 -- Following recent major successful deployments of Mandrakelinux Clustering, Mandrakesoft today announces a new version of its intensive calculation solution. Dedicated to research laboratories and other computing-intensive industries, the new Mandrakelinux Clustering provides major updates such as Infiniband support and version 2.6 of the Linux kernel by default. Apart from its performance and affordable cost, Mandrakelinux Clustering provides unrivaled methods and tools for easy installation and administration of the system.
Two new books empower United States users to go further with Mandrakelinux (Products)
Moreno Valley, Ca; Tuesday, March 22nd - Mandrakesoft today announced the release of two new books for beginners and more advanced users of the Mandrakelinux operating system: 'Discovery 10.1 - Your First Linux Desktop' and 'PowerPack 10.1 - The Full Power of Linux Desktop'. These highly informative guides are both bundled with a copy of Mandrakelinux, and include support services. Thanks to an exclusive distribution agreement with O'Reilly, the leading wholesaler of technical books, customers can get the guides at a great number of retail outlets nationwide. Major retailers include Borders, Barnes & Nobles and Frys. Both titles are also available for purchase online at Amazon.com.
New Mandrakelinux Roadmap for 2005, new version naming scheme (Products)
Moreno Valley, CA; Paris, France - Mandrakesoft, publisher of the Mandrakelinux operating system, today announces adjustments in the 2005 Mandrakelinux release schedule. Several changes will occur: (1) a new release cycle for retail products, (2) a new naming scheme, (3) the integration of Conectiva's technology into Mandrakelinux, and (4) the immediate availability of a transitional product.
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