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Announcement   Announcement : ACube Systems Corporate Web Site
   posted by m3x on 24-Feb-2007 17:55:25 (7941 reads)
Bassano del Grappa (Italy) - 24 february 2007:

Acube Systems is pleased to announce the opening of its corporate website and some interesting projects. The website will be the main source of information, news and resources regarding all the products and services offered by ACube Systems. Among a lot of interesting features there is an RSS feed and an announcement mailing list you can subscribe to receive all the latest news.

Please visit the new web site at: www.acube-systems.com

Read more...(mod note)


We can finally announce the beginning of the development of STFax 2007, STFax was one of the best professional Amiga programs. Acube Systems signed an agreement with its author Simone Tellini to restart the development of this important program and to evolve it into a more modern package. There will be two different versions of STFax 2007, one called Professional for the single user and a Server one for client/server environment. The package will be available for Windows, MacOS and AmigaOS4, a release date will be announced as soon as possible.

The second important announcement is that Acube Systems will offer to all Amiga One/Teron boards owners a repair service for broken G4 CPU. Full details on our website.
More news regarding Sam440ep availability and other projects will follow soon.
    

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Re: ACube Systems Corporate Web Site
Posted on 24-Feb-2007 18:16:30
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Excellent news Max.
Thanks much for the update.

@all

Please take time to explore the entire site, but here is the direct page link many of you have been waiting to hear about concerning the replacement service for broken CPU on AmigaOne XE/Teron PX and MicroA1/Teron Mini motherboards processor modules:

http://www.acube-systems.com/eng/hardware.php
(bottom of page)

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Last edited by number6 on 24-Feb-2007 at 06:24 PM.


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@Max:

Great news And finally a solution for owners of dead cpus!!!

@number6:

Good notion in posting that link Should be more accessible from the site itself.

Gone to package the module and waiting for the address to send to.


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Nice site. Informative, organized, short but "to the point". Good job.

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Pretty ok but....
the mention of an Amiga OS4 license yes or no shines with it's absence.


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6 posters already and no Seagulls? I'm impressed.

mmmm.... I can smell my new miggy already. Fantastic


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Looking good :)

New CPUs and New A1s... We're looking good to go :D


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Great

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@Manu

Quote:

Pretty ok but....
the mention of an Amiga OS4 license yes or no shines with it's absence.


Yep. That's what I'm waiting for. Well, they have five weeks till the end of Q1 2007.

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the mention of an Amiga OS4 license yes or no shines with it's absence

Agreed but it's rather cool that they still didn't say "sorry we can't do it".

That's why I welcome their website and news. Damn even STfax is announced as an OS4 native version ! The future sounds very good.
I really have to use one of those:

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Nice! But what about the cost?

If it's not too expensive that an upgrade from the G3@800 to G4@1200 would be great!


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Not the same module
different numbers of pins (afaik)
It's a repair service.

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A new version of STFax - "for all the main operating systems" talking of "Windows, Macintosh and AmigaOS 4.0". Interesting, I thought it was dead.

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Nice, clean, professional site.

STFax was an important tool when I ran a small business back in the 90s. Not sure how relevant it is nowadays: do people still have modems? Nonetheless, it's always good to see more software.


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things are starting to get fun again !


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My day just got a whole lot better, can't wait to get my hands on a SAM440EP and they are still stating 1st Quarter 2007..... oh yeah baby!


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On schedule and rocking!

No seriously nice to see things are on track and the new site looks great, shame there was no news about the OS4 license..................yet.


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Wheres the information on how to apply for a dev Sam440EP board?

I wonder if Helgis still has any dead A1's lying around that he can resurrect through ACube!

Interesting news about STFax. Sounds like its for their embedded customers. (Thats my uneducated guess)

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