MiniFrame expands into Brazilian Market

August 02, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Netanya, Israel August 2, 2007 MiniFrame, a Netanya-based startup, and leader of revolutionary multi-user PC software, today announced distribution partnership with ThinNetworks of Brazil, provider of multi-user solutions. MiniFrame's flag-ship, proprietary product, SoftXpand, turns one PC into up to eight fully independent computer stations and works with Windows XP, running 3D and graphic applications.

ThinNetworks, a recognized and experienced distributor of multi-user PC solutions in the Brazilian market, will offer MiniFrame's product SoftXpand to its customers and partners starting immediately. ThinNetworks has already sold 200,000 licenses of multi-user solutions. ThinNetworks will implement SoftXpand into many markets including educational institutions, government, small-medium businesses, call centers, etc.

Emmanuel Boutboul, MiniFrame's VP Marketing & Sales, is very excited about the partnership and said "MiniFrame is looking forward to fruitful results from this great partnership".

SoftXpand bridges the digital gap by providing more students computer accessibility, and improves efficiency in the workplace by allowing users to work simultaneously on multiple workstations stemming from a single computer.

About MiniFrame:

Israel-based MiniFrame Ltd. has developed revolutionary technology that bridges the digital gap by transforming one PC into up to eight independent computer stations, thus improving computer accessibility. SoftXpand software works with standard hardware and is transparent to users who work with standard Windows XP Pro. MiniFrame's SoftXpand software offers solutions for educational institutions, small-medium enterprises, call-centers, internet cafés and libraries, offering hardware and software cost and maintenance savings. For more information, visit http://www.miniframe.com

About ThinNetworks:

ThinNetworks distributes desktop TCO reduction solutions. In 1999, it introduced the multi-user concept into the Brazilian Market. ThinNetworks has implemented more than 200,000 multi-user PC stations in Brazil, proving massive TCO reductions. It has also invested in the development of specific hardware necessary to install multi-user PC solutions; among them, PCI VGA cards (single, dual and four head), USB audio hubs and extension cables. ThinNetworks has over 3000 resellers all over Brazil. For more information, visit http://www.thinnetworks.com.br/

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