Stampede puts some zip in Lotus Domino nets

By John Fontana, Network World |  Networking

In TurboGold 4.0, Stampede also has added new administrative tools that monitor replication, a sort of proof-of-concept feature that graphically shows the performance improvements generated by TurboGold.

The TurboGold server runs on Windows NT and 2000; and IBM AS/400 iSeries and RS/6000 pSeries. The advanced edition is priced at $2,300 and $7,900 depending on platform. The client runs on Windows NT, 95, 98, 2000 and Millennium Edition. Client pricing runs from $59 to $125 based on volumme.

Stampede: www.stampede.com

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