MACWORLD EXPO, SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) January 11, 2006 —
NetXposure, Inc. announced today the immediate release of the fourth editions of two products in the Image Portal Family of Web-based Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions. Built for the Mac OS X (“Tiger”) platform, Image Portal X and Image Portal Lite are highlighted by a new strikingly intuitive user interface, Spotlight technology, and integration with Adobe Creative Suite 2. They are optimized for Open LDAP, WebDAV, Apache Tomcat and Apache Axis, making them flexible, affordable, and easy to manage. Performance and storage capability can be additionally enhanced when run on Apple Xserve and Xserve RAID.
“The addition of these latest versions of Image Portal X and Image Portal Lite to the Image Portal family further extends NetXposure’s commitment to the Mac OS X platform,” said Scott Eilers, NetXposure VP of Sales & Marketing. Both products will clearly strengthen our position as a leading provider of flexible, scalable, and cost-effective Digital Asset Management solutions.”
The fourth version of Image Portal X is an full-featured, Web-based solution for managing large libraries of digital images, documents and rich media files. Utilizing a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), this solution is geared toward organizations of all sizes who depend on seamless work-in-progress Digital Asset Management (DAM).
The fourth version of Image Portal Lite is an entry level, Web-based solution for managing libraries of digital images, documents and rich media files (up to 10,000 total assets). This solution is geared toward workgroups that have reached the point where CDs and hard drives are no longer a viable option for managing digital assets.
About NetXposure, Inc.
NetXposure makes software products that empower organizations to efficiently create, manage, distribute, and archive digital content. Founded in 1995, NetXposure is headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices in Bangalore, India and Tokyo, Japan. For more information on NetXposure products and services please visit the NetXposure at http://netx.net or call (1) 503-499-4342.