GraphOn and Conexus Enter into Distribution Agreement

Conexus to Distribute and Market GraphOn's Thin Client X Server Products

In Australia and New Zealand

Sep 15, 1997, 01:00 ET from GraphOn Corporation

    CAMPBELL, Calif., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- GraphOn Corporation and Conexus
 Pty Ltd today announced they have entered into an agreement for Conexus to
 distribute and market GraphOn's products in Australia and New Zealand.
 Conexus will be the master distributor for GraphOn's GO-Global(TM) PC X server
 and GO-Joe(TM) Java X server.
     GO-Global and GO-Joe are the world's first and only thin client X servers.
 GO-Global is implemented as a Windows application while GO-Joe is a Java
 applet.  By utilizing GraphOn's adaptive RapidX(TM) technology and thin client
 protocol, GO-Global and GO-Joe provide UNIX(R)/X application access from PCs
 running Microsoft Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT, and IBM's OS/2, as well
 as any Java-enabled desktop, such as Network Computers and Web browsers.
 GO-Global and GO-Joe's architecture removes the need for fat client X servers
 on the display device.
     "We are delighted that Conexus has agreed to distribute our product," said
 Zdravko Podolski, VP of Strategic Alliances at GraphOn.  "I have worked with
 Conexus before and have tremendous admiration and confidence in their
 marketing and distribution skills."
     David Murray, Conexus President and Managing Director said, "We showed GO-
 Global at the Australian UNIX User Group conference last week in Queensland.
 The concept of 'fat free X' was incredibly well accepted.  Many AUUG members
 could see immediate benefits to reduce LAN load and for rapidly increasing the
 speed of remote communications, while maintaining X as the network protocol.
 The fact that it outperforms ICA, which has been the remote protocol of choice
 in recent times, was seen as a major advantage.  While the X market continues
 to grow, GraphOn's GO-Global and GO-Joe introduce a new performance dimension
 to the X marketplace previously thought impossible."
     GraphOn Corporation
     GraphOn, founded in 1982, develops powerful software to speed and simplify
 network computing and enable efficient thin client applications.  GraphOn
 designed and manufactured the first thin X terminal and has since evolved into
 a software company.  Its products include GO-Global, the world's first thin
 client X server for PCs running Microsoft Windows, and GO-Joe, the world's
 first thin client Java X server.  GraphOn has strategic relationships with
 major UNIX system vendors, network computer and terminal vendors, system
 integrators, and software companies.  GraphOn's customers are primarily
 Fortune 1000 corporations.  GraphOn is headquartered in Campbell, California.
     Find more data on GraphOn at
     Conexus Pty Ltd
     Conexus is a specialized value added distributor of communications, power
 and performance products for Windows, NT, UNIX, and Macintosh platforms.
 Conexus maintains close contact with its international partners to offer
 superior service and support to the Australian market.
     Find more data on Conexus at
     Please note the following attribution language:
     GraphOn, GO-Joe, GO-Global, RapidX, and Thin X are trademarks or
 registered trademarks of GraphOn Corp. in the USA and other countries.
     Conexus is a trademark of Conexus Pty. in Australia and other countries.
     UNIX is a registered trademark in the United States and other countries,
 licensed exclusively through X/Open Company, Ltd.
     Microsoft, Windows and Microsoft Explorer are trademarks or registered
 trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
     Java and Sun
     Sun and Java are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems,
 Inc. in the United States and other countries.
     Citrix, WinFrame, and ICA are trademarks or registered trademarks of
 Citrix Systems, Inc., in the United States and other countries.
     All other products are trademarks of their respective companies.

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