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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

AmigaKit Secures AMITCP 4 Distribution Agreement

Date 2-Sep-2013 11:48:23
Topic: software Classic

September 2nd 2013

AmigaKit, long-standing Amiga computer retailer and developer of the EasyNet software has secured a distribution agreement for AMITCP 4 with the developers, NSDi.

The deal will result in AMITCP 4 being available once again for commercial sale integrated into the forthcoming EasyNet Professional Edition package.

EasyNet is a modern Internet networking package for Classic Amiga computers, which also provides a feature-rich front end for AMITCP... (Please click Read More)

Existing users of the standard EasyNet will be eligible for a future upgrade package to the Professional Edition.

Managing Director of AmigaKit, Matthew Leaman, commented: “We are pleased to once again support the Amiga and bring new software developments to market. EasyNet will continue to be upgraded over the next few months and beyond, re-affirming our commitment to our customers and product. The inclusion of AMITCP 4 into this package will strengthen the application and give users more functionality.”

Tomi Ollila of NSDi commented: “We, the creators of AmiTCP/IP are pleased to see there is nice market for the Amiga machine and operating system that has taught us so much during it's existence and we hope this agreement with AmigaKit makes it even better.”

This article comes from AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

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