Altima Technologies Embraces New Technology Releasing NetZoom™ 9.3

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New release of NetZoom supports Windows 7, Microsoft® Office Visio® 2010 and AutoCAD® 2010

In order to meet the needs of our customers and keep pace with the ever evolving technology environment, NetZoom now supports the latest Microsoft and Autodesk products. This fact, coupled with the intuitive user interface, features and Productivity Tools, enables NetZoom users to easily create network layouts, wiring diagrams and rack elevations

Altima Technologies, Inc. the leading provider of software for designing, diagramming and documenting physical networks, racks and data centers announces the availability of NetZoom 9.3. With this release, NetZoom adds support for Microsoft® Office Visio® 2010 and AutoCAD® 2010 by Autodesk®, Inc. and extends the operating system environments to include Windows 7 as well as both 64-bit and 32-bit systems of Windows XP and Vista.

NetZoom is a subscription based product that can be used for designing, diagramming and documenting various kinds of networks including campus area networks, wireless networks, SANs, LANs, and WANs. As of NetZoom 9.3, all current NetZoom subscribers are automatically upgraded to allow access to the complete Universal license which includes the largest library of computer, telecom, infrastructure, audio, video and security product equipment shapes.

NetZoom is designed to make the task of producing an accurate network map easier by providing realistic device representations and facilitating port-to-port connectivity. NetZoom's features provide completeness and extensibility to the user experience. The Smart Update feature ensures that users have access to all the devices required in their diagrams and the Export feature enables users to reuse data from their design diagrams in other applications.

"In order to meet the needs of our customers and keep pace with the ever evolving technology environment, NetZoom now supports the latest Microsoft and Autodesk products. This fact, coupled with the intuitive user interface, features and Productivity Tools, enables NetZoom users to easily create network layouts, wiring diagrams and rack elevations," says Alan Schenwar, General Manager of Sales at Altima Technologies, Inc.

By using the NetZoom Productivity Tools, NetZoom helps the IT professional plan, troubleshoot, optimize and manage his IT infrastructure through the use of accurate network visualization. The NetZoom 9. 3 Productivity Tools include:

  •     Data Center Template for Microsoft Visio - design a plan view layout of a data center floor, preview rack usage and drill down into rack elevations
  •     Rackbuilder for Microsoft Visio - configure front and rear rack elevations simultaneously using front or rear mounted devices
  •     Configurator - build custom configured chassis and racks to use in your network layout
  •     Property Manager - customize the data properties for site-specific parameters
  •     Watermarks - mark devices with dynamic or static watermarks
  •     Cross References - build a cross reference catalog of comparable devices

Availability
NetZoom 9.3 is immediately available. NetZoom includes a renewable 12-month subscription to download the Universal equipment shape and Visio stencil library updates and allows customers to request shape development at no additional charge. Visit http://www.NetZoom.net for complete pricing options.

About Altima Technologies
Altima Technologies, Inc., founded in 1995, is an Illinois corporation with headquarters in the Chicago area. Altima has pioneered revolutionary solutions in the areas of network design, diagramming, and documentation with its NetZoom software, enabling IT professionals to more effectively design, manage and optimize their networks.

Altima, a Microsoft Certified Partner, is recognized worldwide as the leading solution provider in these fields and offers custom shape and Visio stencil solutions to clients and partners. For more information about Altima or to learn more about our customized solutions, visit http://www.NetZoom.net or call 630.281.6464.

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