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PRESS RELEASE: Canto Releases Cumulus 7.5.3 Product Line Tune-Up
Updates across the product line further tune performance for current operating systems.
BERLIN, Germany, 9 April 2008 -- Canto has announced the immediate availability of Cumulus 7.5.3, a minor update that improves the performance and reliability of the entire Cumulus product line.
Cumulus 7.5.3 is running "rock solid" on the recently released Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista, according to Canto CEO Ulrich Knocke. OS X Leopard performance and reliability continues to be stable since the release of version 7.5.2, though a handful of improvements have been made to support Apple's latest OS even better.
Canto recommends all customers upgrade to Cumulus 7.5.3, regardless of operating system, to benefit from global fixes and improvements. Customers on active service agreements can download the update free of charge from Canto's Customer Portal: http://canto.com/portal.
The Cumulus product line was last updated in December, 2007, with the release of Cumulus 7.5.2.
First released in 1992, Cumulus is the world's favorite digital asset management system, with over 13,000 Cumulus servers sold and more than 1,000,000 Cumulus licenses distributed. Product info: http:/www.canto.com/cumulus.
Founded in 1990, Canto remains the leading supplier of digital asset management products and services. Canto products and solutions are built upon the cross-platform Cumulus Core metadata processing engine and software framework, which enables customers to archive and manage the digital assets used in workflows of any size -- from office work groups, to multinational corporations.
(First posted on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 at 22:10 EDT)