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Did you know that as well as the world's leading
Public Browser Interface NetShift we produce a range of utilities to keep your kiosk running more reliably? And that they are free to NetShift users?
Check them out
!

The main utility is AKA (Automated Kiosk Attendant) which was originally developed to keep Win 95 & NT PC based Public Access Kiosks optimized for 24/7 operation. AKA (PBI version) has been supplied as a free NetShift utility to be run with NetShift PBI.
Now an AKA OSM version for other applications has been released! It is offered as a separate product. For more AKA information visit AKA features!

We also provide the best Virtual Keyboard System: Keyon. Make your kiosk touch friendly and market it with your own customised Keyon keyboards!


Download the latest NetShift PBI eval.
Download AKA PBI utility.
Download AKA OSM eval.
Download Keyon Virtual Keyboard System eval.

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Newsbit

Denver Air Travelers 'Get2Net' for Free
Get2Net, Leading Provider of Free Internet Access Deploys 32 'NetStations' at Denver International Airport

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 16, 1999--Get2Net, the world's leading provider of out-of-home Internet access, today launched its free service at Denver International Airport. The 32 new Get2Net terminals, or NetStations, are distributed near gate areas on all three concourses, and are easily accessible by travelers on all airlines. The Get2Net free Internet service is sponsored by advertisers who can take advantage of placards and lightboards on the NetStations as well as sponsor online content and user sessions to reach people on the go. Get2Net is working toward an agreement with the established advertising vendor at DIA to represent Get2Net's advertising sales effort.

This most recent deployment of NetStations is the first to have Get2Net's enhanced service, featuring full audio and video capabilities. With this rich-media technology, out-of-home users can take full advantage of the Internet, and advertisers can make more comprehensive demonstrations of their products and services.

``As the Internet becomes more central to the travelling public's lives, quick and easy access has become a necessity,'' said Mark Greenstein, chief executive officer of Get2Net. ``It's very fitting that the most technologically advanced airport in the world should provide free Internet access to its patrons.'' DIA recently won the ``Techno Terminal'' Boot award from TRIP.com, the online travel service and technology provider -- and Get2Net advertiser.

Get2Net's service features customized delivery of information and provides travelers with a direct link to the Denver International Airport web site, www.flydenver.com, as well as free, unlimited access to email and the entire Internet, with specialized content supplied by session sponsors. Additionally, travelers will be able to stay informed with up-to-the-minute flight schedules, weather, airport information and maps.

About Get2Net

Get2Net (www.get2net.com) has offices in New York, Denver, and Chicago and is the leading provider of out-of-home Internet access services. Today, Get2Net is strategically positioned to deliver on the market's demand for high-speed, easy and secure out-of-home Internet service to people on the go. With partners like United Airlines, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Denver International Airport and Bradley International Airport, Get2Net has established its network of NetStations as the choice provider of Internet services to locations and their customers.

Get2Net has pioneered revenue-producing tools in the out-of-home Internet access market including video delivery, sponsorships, and content delivery. To accomplish Get2Net's mission of remaining the premier out-of-home access provider of online services, it has established several strategic and technology partnerships with many major Internet corporations as well as with many Fortune 100 companies, including Host Marriott Services, Intel, and AT&T.

About Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport is the sixth-busiest airport in the United States and the 10th-busiest in the world. Last year, passenger traffic at DIA totaled nearly 37 million. To accommodate support systems for this many passengers, Denver International Airport has state-of-the-art communication and electronics systems supported by 5,300 miles of fiber optic cable and more than 11,000 miles of double-twisted copper wire. The airport's Synchronous Optical NETwork (SONET), a high-speed signal-switching system, serves everything from security and flight information displays to fire alarms.


Contact:
     Kratz & Jensen, Inc.

     Jennifer Karan, 212/979-2700 ext. 208

     jkaran@kratzco.com

           or

     Get2Net

     Pam Osborne, 303/331-1678

     pam.osborne@get2net.com


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