October 15, 2000

Appian Graphics offers Linux support

Author: JT Smith

Appian Jeronimo 2000 Now Available For All Major Platforms

REDMOND, Wash. -- Appian Graphics has announced the
availability of a Linux operating system driver for the PCI version of
their
Appian Jeronimo 2000 extended-desktop graphics card. Interested parties
may
download the drivers free of charge at ftp.xfree86.org.
The Appian Jeronimo 2000 Linux driver is supported by Xfree86.org in
cooperation with Appian Graphics. This is the latest platform to be
supported by the Appian Jeronimo 2000, which also supports Windows
98/2000/NT 4.0 and Mac OS9.

"The recent development of a Macintosh driver has been a huge success
for
us, and Linux drivers were the next logical step to take" said Michael
Larson, Director of Business Development at Appian. "We want to make
clear
that we offer a turnkey solution for anyone, and Linux drivers help us
deliver that message."

About Appian Graphics
Appian Graphics markets a complete line of Xtended Desktop Solutions
designed specifically for the professional user. As reported in Jon
Peddie
Associates' multi-monitor study, Appian dominates the Extended Desktop
Solution arena with nearly half the market share. The company's
solutions
have been recognized by world-renowned technology leaders such as
Compaq,
Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Dell and Microsoft. Additional information about
the
Redmond, Wash.-based company can be found on the World Wide Web at
www.appian.com.

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Appian Graphics is a registered trademark of Appian Graphics. Appian
Jeronimo, Appian Gemini, Appian Traveler, AppianXtras, AppianDX,
AppianRotate, AppianSync, AppianColor, AppianMode, HydraThread, Xtended
Desktop Solutions and HydraVision are trademarks of Appian Graphics.
Appian
software programs and Appian hardware devices are covered by one or
more
of
the following U.S. patents: 5,835,090; 5,848,294; 5,949,437. Additional
patents are pending. All other trademarks are the property of their
respective owners. (c)2000, Appian Graphics.

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