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Insider\'s FontAgent Pro Server

updated 03:30 pm EST, Tue January 10, 2006

FontAgent Pro Server

at this week's Expo, an enterprise server version of FontAgent Pro. Key features include the Integrity manager, which stops corrupt and problem fonts from being added to the server, to prevent crashes and output problems. Its architecture keeps users productive even when disconnected from the server. Designers and printers can isolate customer fonts in separate libraries to ensure output, and a single server manages multiple libraries. FontAgent Pro Server manages Type 1, OpenType, dfont, Macintosh TrueType, Windows TrueType, and Multiple Master fonts. The server hardware supports dual G4 processors, G5s, and Xserve with no dedicated server required. FontAgent Pro connects to any networked Macintosh client running Mac OS X 10.3.x or later. FontAgent Pro Server is $1,500 (before a limited-time $500 discount). Clients are $130 each; FontAgent Pro Server will ship later this month.




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