PC X Server Publisher StarNet Releases X-Win32 2014 on 25th Anniversary

With the release of X-Win32 version 2014, StarNet celebrates the company's 25th anniversary. X-Win32 remains a leading player in the market for traditional PC X servers that provide X11 emulation for users who connect over their corporate LAN to remote Unix and Linux desktops and applications.

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X-Win32 2014 released on StarNet's 25th anniversary

X-Win32 has remains a leading PC X server because we keep it focused on X11 Emulation. We also keep it easy to use and incorporate innovative features such as built-in SSH tunneling and OpenGL 3D support. - Steven Schoch, StarNet founder and CEO

(PRWEB) June 02, 2014

StarNet Communications Corp, ( a leading publisher of PC X Server solutions today announced the release of X-Win32 2014 on the 25th anniversary of the company's founding.

X-Win32 will be demonstrated in Booth #1912 at the Design Automation Conference (DAC 2014) in San Francisco June 2-5.

X-Win32 2014 offers compliance with the U.S. government’s latest FIPS 140 SSH encryption requirement. The latest PC X Server also allows users to create keyboard strings that automatically execute a series of commands. For more details on this latest X11 Emulator go to

Furthermore, StarNet implemented a new Error Correction feature that allows X-Win32 2014 to correctly display remote Unix desktops and applications written in the 1970s and 80s that run on early releases of the Solaris, HP-UX and IBM AIX operating systems. Modern X11 emulators often generate errors trying to process such old and often poorly written code.

“X-Win32 2014 offers the most complete X terminal emulation feature set of any traditional PC X server,” said Steven Schoch, StarNet co-founder and Chief Executive Officer. “Users can now work with both the oldest Unix-based applications and also connect to the most advanced design engineering applications running on modern Linux platforms.”

Despite a recent shift towards persistent client server-based solutions – such as StarNet’s FastX line -- X-Win32 remains the most popular X11 emulator in traditional LAN-based deployments. “In corporate campus environments, especially those deploying Solaris, AIX and HP-UX application hosts, X-Win32 offers the fastest, most secure and easiest to use PC X server functionality,” Schoch said.

Pricing & Availability
X-Win32 2014 lists at $285.00 (commercial) in volume 1-10. Maintenance is included with the product. Additional volume discounts are available as well as special pricing for government and educational institutions. X-Win32 2014 can be downloaded for evaluation from

About StarNet Communications
StarNet Communications Corp., founded in 1989, develops and markets X11 Emulation solutions on the Windows, Macintosh and Linux platforms. StarNet's family of PC X server products offers cost-effective, best-of-breed X terminal emulation solutions. Based in Sunnyvale, Calif., the company is privately held. For more information about our PC X Server solutions, visit