ClearCube Enables New Highs in Computing Uptime and Remote Management

New Blade Switching BackPack Delivers Unprecedented Control Over Computing

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Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from ClearCube Technology

    AUSTIN, Texas, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearCube Technology unveils the
 Blade Switching BackPack, an innovative extension to its highly acclaimed C3
 Architecture for networked enterprise computing.  The C3 Architecture
 revolutionizes desktop management by centralizing computing assets while
 delivering full PC functionality to the desktop.  The new Blade Switching
 BackPack adds intelligent desktop routing capability to C3's centralization
 giving IT managers unprecedented remote control that results in lower
 administration costs with higher end-user uptime.  ClearCube is demonstrating
 the new Blade Switching BackPack at the Spring COMDEX show - booth #420.
     The ClearCube Blade Switching BackPack and associated uptime management
 software tools give IT managers and administrators the ability to remotely
 switch a desktop user from one centralized computer to another in the event
 service is required.  Instead of several hours of downtime due to waiting for
 desk-side support, end-users are switched to a spare computer within seconds.
 This new technology also lets IT managers share an end-user's view of their
 screen for cooperative troubleshooting, take full remote control of any
 computer, and even perform remote hardware reboots.
     "We can now empower IT managers and outsourced management firms with the
 ability to control computing assets remotely from anywhere in the world," said
 Mike Frost President and CEO of ClearCube Technology.  "The resulting increase
 in uptime and manageability is unprecedented in the industry and will help
 accelerate the adoption of the C3 Architecture into enterprise computing."
     ClearCube's C3 Architecture is a managed solution that enables
 unparalleled security and manageability advantages with the performance and
 user experience of a managed PC. This innovative approach centralizes
 computing assets into the data center and delivers the full PC functionality
 to the desktop over standard Category 5 cable up to 200m away.
     "Companies continue to look for better ways to manage their computing
 systems," said IDC analyst Roger Kay.  "One of the ways to manage CPUs
 centrally is to have them physically reside together in a central location."
     ClearCube's Blade Switching BackPack leverages the centralization of the
 C3 Architecture to result in less trips to the desktop, less costs associated
 with user downtime, and a lower cost of ownership for the bottom line of the
 IT budget.
 
     About ClearCube Technology
     ClearCube was founded as a research and development company with the goal
 of developing cost-effective methods to transmit data faster and farther over
 existing copper wire infrastructures.  Today, ClearCube is an industry leader
 in providing managed desktop solutions to enterprises.  ClearCube's patented
 wire transmission technology reduces downtime, enhances security, saves space,
 and lowers maintenance costs.  For more information, visit www.clearcube.com
 
 

SOURCE ClearCube Technology
    AUSTIN, Texas, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearCube Technology unveils the
 Blade Switching BackPack, an innovative extension to its highly acclaimed C3
 Architecture for networked enterprise computing.  The C3 Architecture
 revolutionizes desktop management by centralizing computing assets while
 delivering full PC functionality to the desktop.  The new Blade Switching
 BackPack adds intelligent desktop routing capability to C3's centralization
 giving IT managers unprecedented remote control that results in lower
 administration costs with higher end-user uptime.  ClearCube is demonstrating
 the new Blade Switching BackPack at the Spring COMDEX show - booth #420.
     The ClearCube Blade Switching BackPack and associated uptime management
 software tools give IT managers and administrators the ability to remotely
 switch a desktop user from one centralized computer to another in the event
 service is required.  Instead of several hours of downtime due to waiting for
 desk-side support, end-users are switched to a spare computer within seconds.
 This new technology also lets IT managers share an end-user's view of their
 screen for cooperative troubleshooting, take full remote control of any
 computer, and even perform remote hardware reboots.
     "We can now empower IT managers and outsourced management firms with the
 ability to control computing assets remotely from anywhere in the world," said
 Mike Frost President and CEO of ClearCube Technology.  "The resulting increase
 in uptime and manageability is unprecedented in the industry and will help
 accelerate the adoption of the C3 Architecture into enterprise computing."
     ClearCube's C3 Architecture is a managed solution that enables
 unparalleled security and manageability advantages with the performance and
 user experience of a managed PC. This innovative approach centralizes
 computing assets into the data center and delivers the full PC functionality
 to the desktop over standard Category 5 cable up to 200m away.
     "Companies continue to look for better ways to manage their computing
 systems," said IDC analyst Roger Kay.  "One of the ways to manage CPUs
 centrally is to have them physically reside together in a central location."
     ClearCube's Blade Switching BackPack leverages the centralization of the
 C3 Architecture to result in less trips to the desktop, less costs associated
 with user downtime, and a lower cost of ownership for the bottom line of the
 IT budget.
 
     About ClearCube Technology
     ClearCube was founded as a research and development company with the goal
 of developing cost-effective methods to transmit data faster and farther over
 existing copper wire infrastructures.  Today, ClearCube is an industry leader
 in providing managed desktop solutions to enterprises.  ClearCube's patented
 wire transmission technology reduces downtime, enhances security, saves space,
 and lowers maintenance costs.  For more information, visit www.clearcube.com
 
 SOURCE  ClearCube Technology