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Stone Design Ships DataPhile Y2K
for NeXTSTEP & OpenStep
Albuquerque, NM, December 24 1998 - One of the few remaining original NEXTSTEP developers, Stone Design, today shipped DataPhile Y2K - a major upgrade to the premier NeXTSTEP multi-media database manager DataPhile. New features include Year 2000 compliant date handling, ability to publish databases to the web, and ability to export all of the calculations in a database.
Katie Graunke, Director of Marketing, said, "Many customers wanted to know if DataPhile for NeXTSTEP was Year 2000 compliant, so we've taken the steps to insure a smooth transition into the next millennium. And to make this a worthwhile upgrade, we've added the ability to create web pages from your databases on the fly. We still have a big committment to the NeXT community."
This release will run on NeXTStep 3.1 or greater and OpenStep for Mach on the following architectures: INTEL, SPARC, HPPA and NeXT Computers. The upgrade is available for a limited time for $59 for current users of DataPhile 3.1; the cost of a new license is $159.
Download the software now! For more information on the enhancements, check here.
Stone Design Corp. in Albuquerque, New Mexico was formed in 1984 and was the first developer to ship a product on NeXT Hardware in 1989 with the release of TextArt. Since then, Stone Design has been a leader in innovative shrinkwrap software in the NEXTSTEP/OpenStep/Rhapsody/Mac Server/Yellow Box for Windows marketplace. DataPhile(TM) is trademarked by Stone Design Corp. All other names are trademarked by their respective companies.