FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Rich Polt
Schwartz Communications, Inc.
VenturCom Introduces Boot-NIC
Las Vegas, NV February 5, 2001
VenturCom, Inc. introduced Boot-NIC today, the worlds first and only
technology that enables centralized booting and maintenance of networked
diskless equipment and PCs running Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft
Windows NT 4.0 or Windows NT Embedded. Boot-NIC provides manufacturers of
Windows-based intelligent connected equipment with virtual hard drive
functionality hosted on a centralized LAN server running Windows 2000 or
Windows NT 4.0.
World's First and
Only Technology to Enable Centralized Booting
and Maintenance of Network Attached Diskless Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0
and Windows NT Embedded 4.0 Client Equipment
VenturCom will demonstrate Boot-NIC in booth #214, at the Microsoft
Windows Embedded Developers Conference, which takes place February 6
through February 8 in Las Vegas, Nev.
Al Gillen, research manager, system software at IDC, stated, VenturCom's
Boot-NIC technology is well positioned to impact growing segments of the
dedicated systems market, particularly in environments where people need
to improve cost efficiencies and manageability of deployed connected
equipment. The ability to boot and maintain complex systems from a
central location offers tangible time and cost saving benefits in a
variety of markets.
Boot-NIC addresses the need of OEMs to reduce cost and improve
reliability by eliminating hard disk drives and flash media from client
equipment across the network.
Boot-NIC offers the following benefits: