GraphOn's Thin Server-based Software Plays Key Role in Sun Microsystems' i-Planet Launch

GraphOn's GO-Joe Allows I-Planet Users Fast Internet Access to UNIX

Applications With Only a Small Java Applet Downloaded to the Desktop

Apr 27, 1999, 01:00 ET from GraphOn Corporation

    CAMPBELL, Calif., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- GraphOn Corp. (
 a leading provider of thin, server-based connectivity software, announced
 today that its GO-Joe product plays a key role in Sun Microsystems' newest
 portal computing solution, i-Planet (formerly named Sun.Net), by providing
 fast access to UNIX applications over the Internet.  i-Planet is a software
 solution that enables enterprise portal access from any remote device with a
 Java-enabled Internet browser with full security.  GO-Joe allows Java-enabled
 devices or browsers to access business-critical UNIX and Linux applications
 from any location, over the Internet or dial-up connection.
     i-Planet's authenticated computing gateway will allow authorized employees
 and business partners behind firewalls to access server-based applications,
 e-mail and other critical services with full security. GraphOn's thin
 server-based technology will play a key role by empowering people to rent or
 otherwise access mission-critical applications online, using only a
 Java-enabled browser and GraphOn's thin software. "i-Planet is just one of the
 many ways enterprises can utilize our products, GO-Joe, GO-Global(TM),
 GO-Between(TM) and jBridge(TM) to distribute and access business-critical
 applications, without software rewrites or modifications," said Walt Keller,
 GraphOn president and CEO.
     Sun Microsystems' Kevin Kalajan, Senior Staff Engineer and CTO i-Planet
 software, said, "GraphOn's GO-Joe technology is key in providing secure
 connections to UNIX enterprise applications from Java Technology-enabled
     "GraphOn is delighted to partner with Sun to incorporate our GO-Joe
 software and RapidX protocol with i-Planet to help expand today's extranet and
 make the virtual enterprise a reality. i-Planet provides the total security
 solution for GO-Joe to deploy virtually any application to any Java-enabled
 desktop or any Internet-enabled device," said Keller.
     Fully functional demos of GraphOn's products can be downloaded from the
 company's website at Instead of downloading and
 installing GraphOn's products, visit GraphOn's Playpen at and use GraphOn's GO-Joe Java client (no download
 needed) or download GraphOn's GO-Global for Windows clients (300K) to access
 an online showcase of Linux applications, including WordPerfect(R) for Linux,
 Netscape(R), and NexS (a spreadsheet program).
     In recent news, GraphOn announced it completed a $5.1 million private
 placement of common stock on January 28, 1999 and Unity First Acquisition
 Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board:   UFAC; UFACW; UFACZ) announced it planned to
 consummate a merger and acquisition of GraphOn. Upon completion of the merger,
 Unity First will acquire GraphOn in exchange for 9.1 million shares of Unity
 First common stock and change its name to GraphOn Corporation. Consummation of
 the proposed merger is subject, among other conditions, to approval by Unity
 First's public stockholders and by GraphOn's stockholders. There can be no
 assurance that the proposed merger will be successfully consummated.
     GraphOn Corp., headquartered in Campbell, Calif., develops and markets
 thin server-based software to speed, centralize and simplify enterprise
 computing and enable efficient online or network deployment of applications to
 a wide variety of PCs and desktop devices. GraphOn products include GO-Global,
 the world's first thin client X server for PC's running Microsoft Windows;
 GO-Joe, the world's first thin client Java X server; and GO-Between, the
 world's first thin client X server for multi-user NT (such as Microsoft(R)
 Terminal Server and Citrix WinFrame). GraphOn has strategic relationships with
 major UNIX and Linux system vendors, network computer and terminal vendors,
 system integrators and software companies. GraphOn's customers are primarily
 Fortune 1000 corporations.
     This press release contains statements that are forward looking as that
 term is defined by the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
 of 1995. These statements are based on current expectations that are subject
 to risks and uncertainties. Actual results will differ due to factors such as
 shifts in customer demand, product shipment schedules, PC shipment growth,
 product mix, competitive products and pricing, technological shifts and other
 variables. Readers are also referred to UFAC's most recent reports on
 Form S-4, Form 10-K and 10-Q and other reports filed with the Securities and
 Exchange Commission.
     NOTE:  Graph0n, GO-Joe, GO-Global, GO-Between, GlobalHost, Universal X
 server, RapidX and ThinX are trademarks or registered trademarks of GraphOn
 Corp. in the USA and other countries.

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