CompAmerica's Second New Operating System for its PCs

CompAmerica announces expansion of its custom fit operating system program to Open Source, with the release of CompAmerica vBSD (virtual BSD), code-named "AX6". AX6 provides a mature, secure, reliable and stable operating system for Advanced Desktops and Advanced Fileservers.

After announcing CompAmerica/AX5 less than a week ago, CompAmerica has now announced the immediate availability of a second operating system: AX6, a.k.a vBSD. While the recently announced AX5 offers an Open VMS look and feel and full Debian Linux compatibility for workstations, combined with a variant of the KDE windows environment which it claims "resembles Microsoft Windows XP in many ways", AX6 offers an Open Source Server / Workstation platform surrounded by a very advanced collaborative workspace designed to overcome problems with use of such products as Front Page, .Net, WebDav and FTP Services.

AX6’s extended collaborative services can be accessed by Windows 9x/NT/XP PCs and AX5 PCs and AX6 Workstations from a business’s corporate offices, from their employee’s homes, and while on the road, without any special commercial services short of proper authentication and security access.

AX6 provides an internet based, secure facility that exceeds the connectivity of a traditional file server by, without any special facility or terminal service, sharing to local and public/mobil computers with sufficient authorization.

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