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Old 01-20-2006, 06:46 AM   #1
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LXer: Company frees commercial software for 1 million thin clients

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2X Software Ltd. announced Wednesday that it will give away software for a total of 1 million thin clients in a bid to demonstrate the advantages of its commercial thin-client computing software. The company is offering the first 200,000 visitors to its website a free five-thin-client license for 2X ThinClientServer. [ED Note 2X is a sponsor of LXer so try it out. -bstadil}

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