Leading European Broadcasting
ON Technology Solution to Deploy Business Critical
Deutsche Welle manages suite of
media and business applications including Newswire
2000, digital music database, Microsoft Office, and
MA, February 24, 2000 -- ON Technology Corporation
(NASDAQ: ONTC) today announced that Deutsche Welle,
one of the five largest foreign broadcasting companies
in the world, is using ON Command CCM™ to automatically
install and configure Microsoft Windows NT and a suite
of digital media and ERP applications. Deutsche Welle
is able to take full advantage of their business information
by using ON Command CCM to rapidly deliver the latest
applications, content and services. ON Command CCM is
a leading system for managing and configuring software
across corporate networks and the Internet.
Prior to purchasing ON Command
CCM, Deutsche Welle performed all software installations
manually by sending a technician to the individual PCs.
Using ON Command CCM Deutsche Welle is able to complete
new PC installations, deploy and personalize business
applications, and deliver on-going content and service
updates automatically from centralized servers. For
example, Deutsche Welle can now quickly update all of
their business and digital media applications including
Newswire 2000, SAP R/3, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Office,
voice reference database, digital audio archive, digital
audio processing system and a news storage application
plus Microsoft Windows NT and latest service packs.
"We are very impressed with
the business benefits that ON Command CCM delivers.
ON Technology solves our PC management challenges and
enables us to quickly take advantage of the latest information
and applications," said Udo Spiertz, project manager
at the Data ProcessingII/Project Division of Deutsche
"Deutsche Welle is an example
of how a leading-edge company uses ON Technology's solution
to eliminate the barriers of adopting complex business
software," said Laurent Raynaud, Vice President,
ON Technology Europe. "Our customers are taking
advantage of our technology so they can effectively
deploy and manage applications that are critical to
Deutsche Welle (DW) is an independent broadcasting organization
with world-wide TV programs in German, English and Spanish,
and radio programs in German and 34 foreign languages.
DW, the Foreign Broadcasting Service of Germany, is
the only German provider of broadcasting services outside
Europe, and is one of the five largest foreign broadcasting
services in the world. Deutsche Welle radio services
started broadcasting in May 1953. Deutsche Welle TV
started in 1992. In 1995, the DW-TV program was expanded
to offer a 24-hour, worldwide service. DW's services
were complemented with the addition of its own Internet
web site DW-online in 1994. The focus of DW's broadcasting
mission is the dissemination of news and information
from and about Germany. With the passing of the new
legislation on German foreign broadcasting at the end
of 1997, DW was accorded the right to offer advertising
space. DW broadcasts can be received on all 5 continents
via a worldwide satellite network.
About ON Technology Corporation
ON Technology empowers IT organizations and service providers to manage the full lifecycle of their computing systems over large-scale corporate networks. Our solutions are used to rapidly and reliably deploy critical applications, operating systems, and content to desktops, mobile PCs, handhelds, servers, retail point-of-sale (POS) terminals and banking workstations. Our customers leverage our solutions to significantly reduce IT costs, improve availability and reliability of business-critical applications, and enhance both IT and end-user productivity. ON’s management solution has been chosen by more than 1,000 enterprises worldwide to manage in excess of 1.2 million networked computer systems. For more information visit ON Technology’s Web site at www.on.com or call 800-767-6638.
Gerald Kimber White
Allen & Caron Inc.
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