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Nero does Enterprises

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 18 Feb 2003 9:56

Nero does Enterprises Ahead Software people are busy staying ahead. Just recently they released a network enabled version of their Nero product family. Now they are targeting corporate customers.
Ahead seems to be increasing the angle of their market sector. In the OEM sector they are possibly the biggest software vendor at the moment, perhaps along with Roxio (just speculating, no figures). In the retail sales it must be pretty much number one. Now the new NET version clearly targets offices and small businesses and the Enterprise Edition to a totally new market sector and platform.

Nero Enterprise Edition is a powerful CD/DVD recording application offering native 64-bit support as well as 32-bit support in emulation mode. The Windows and Linux versions support all current CD and DVD recording devices, offering up to 4.7GB of storage capacity on a single DVD disc. In addition, using the Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI), users can now share data between pre-boot, as well as exchange data between Linux and Windows platforms.

Nero Enterprise Edition Key Product Features:

·Create FAT boot images on-the-fly
·Make EFI bootable CD/DVDs
·Generate CD/DVDs to exchange data between Windows, Linux and EFI (pre-boot)
·Full Nero CD/DVD data recording capabilities
·Windows version and Linux version available
·Supports full ranges of optical recording devices:
CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-RAM
·64-bit native and 32-bit emulation mode support


Ahead Software

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