helps business critical applications run faster, crash less and report more, will demonstrate the power of its
Great Circle (tm) runtime diagnostic solution by offering live debugging demos of Mozilla, one of today's largest open source projects
and the browser suite on which AOL Time Warner's Netscape 6 is based.
This groundbreaking demo is now live on the Geodesic web site (www.geodesic.com/gc_demo.html). Visitors to the site can run
Geodesic Great Circle (tm) live on one of the current Mozilla sources, build a database of bugs and errors, and perform memory
profiling. The demo also will be available to attendees at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, Intel booth #739, January 29-February
1 in New York. Geodesic will update the demo weekly using the latest Mozilla sources and the reports will be shared with the Mozilla
"Running Great Circle(tm)against Mozilla gives Geodesic an opportunity to show how the solution can successfully take on any large
enterprise level application," said Michael Spertus, Geodesic's founder and chief technology officer. "The Mozilla developer
community always is looking for ways to strengthen the reliability of the program's code, so we're glad to share the results of this
demo as a means to help."
Great Circle (tm),now also available for the Linux platform, is an advanced debugging environment that allows developers to test,
diagnose and resolve memory problems. It pinpoints elusive errors that can cause excessive application memory use and devastating
crashes 10 to 30 times faster than other diagnostic tools. No rebuilding or relinking of the applications is required. Using a web
browser interface, Great Circle (tm) allows remote debugging through a LAN or over the Internet. Other Great Circle (tm)features
include memory error reporting with direct links to source code, third-party and legacy code error detection, and low memory
simulation testing mode. In addition to development tools like Great Circle(tm)Geodesic also offers Runtime Solutions that
automatically improve application reliability and performance by protecting against many of these errors at runtime.
To learn more about Geodesic solutions, visit Geodesic at the Intel Booth #739 at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, January
29-February 1 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York, or go to www.geodesic.com.
Developers can visit
www.geodesic.com/solutions/linux.html to purchase or download a free evaluation copy of Great Circle(tm) Geodesic Runtime
Solutions or Geodesic Analyzer(tm)(available Q1 2002).
Geodesic Systems, Inc., headquartered in Chicago, offers application infrastructure solutions that automatically improve the
performance and reliability of business-critical systems. Many Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies rely on Geodesic
Runtime Solutions (formerly Geodesic REMIDI) and Great Circle(tm) to help keep their business-critical systems running. For
further information on Geodesic, its products and services, visit the company's web site at www.geodesic.com.
Great Circle is a registered trademark of Geodesic Systems, Inc. All other trademarks and product names are the property of their