Our products cover a diverse world of integrated multimedia developments. If you think
you need something similar to the products below, drop a line.
- This is a multimedia product which integrates phone access with system processes.
Current features include, among others, the ability to have your voicemail deliverd
via email or made available via RealAudio (with protection), leaving messages for
other subscribers, ping and host status of selected hosts or services.
- Monitor your NEXTSTEP computers remotely with an advanced and extensible
tool. The client software connects to the server daemon via MACH messaging
performed with Distributed Objects. The strong inheritance structure of Objective-C
and rapid development environment provided by NEXTSTEP lends itself to flexible
implementations. The current offering includes Sybase, remote compilation and
printer management modules as well as many others.
- User your computer's audio capability and a 9600 baud serial port to interface to
dictation handset. All audio and playback controls are handled with you selected
dictation handset's controls. Custom software can interpret dictation handset button
combinations and execute necessary code.
- Serial Port Drivers
- Integrate touchscreen technology or bar code technology onto your custom desktop
applications. Functionality on multi-user environments is only limited by the time for
Diversity across many areas of interests are stressed as a strength in providing a sound
delivery of a product. Below are a few services that have been popular.
- PostScript® Consulting
- Adobe PostScript software development and distilling for your PDF publications.
- NEXTSTEP Programmer Training
- The world's finest object-oriented application delivery environment.
- Custom Software Development
- Anything is possible until proven otherwise. Even then there are skeptics.
- Miniature Databases
- Browse a little SQL database with a couple million records ...
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