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July 6th, 2011
SuperGeo Officially Release SuperGIS Server 3 Value Edition Worldwide

With SuperGIS Server 3 Value Edition, a variety of spatial data, images, and GIS functions can be utilized to desktop, mobile, and web applications as GIS services through the Internet. In the meantime, companies can create the ideal workflow, greatly improving the productivity and efficiency of decision making.

Major features of SuperGIS Server 3 Value Edition can be listed as enhancing published service styles, supporting online editing, creating highly-efficient caching, and improving geodatabase performance. Additionally, this set of GIS server enables customizing a wide range of webpage side applications.

SuperGIS Server 3 Value Edition supports the mobile software-SuperPad and desktop software-SuperGIS Desktop, both are developed by SuperGeo Technologies, as well as commonly-used web browsers (e.g. IE). In order to cover broader services, SuperGIS Server Client for ArcMap is provided, which allows users who use ArcMap to directly read map services published by SuperGIS Server.

For enterprises which need to manage and publish massive spatial data, SuperGIS Server 3 Value Edition is able to significantly reduce the cost of data storage and accelerate data sharing. In conclusion, SuperGIS Server 3 Value Edition can be easily manipulated by users to integrate with front-end applications to greatly improve working efficiency.

For more information about SuperGIS Server 3 Value Edition, visit www.supergeotek.com, or
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