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Heroix Launches Windows-Based Remote Management Console

Heroix Corp. released the newest version of its RoboCentral remote console management software, RoboCentral 3.0. RoboCentral 3.0 provides a graphical Event Monitor, better scalability, and several new features.

The new console allows organizations to use a single Windows NT or 2000 server to consolidate consoles and remotely manage Unix, Linux, and OpenVMS systems, as well as bridges, routers, and other e-business infrastructure components.

RoboCentral 3.0 now fully integrates with Heroix RoboMon e-business infrastructure management software. RoboCentral 3.0 can write events directly to the RoboMon Event Database, providing a single event repository for the enterprise.

Contact Heroix, (800) 229-6500, www.heroix.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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