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July 27th, 2011
SuperGIS Network Server 3.0 Beta to Be Available

SuperGeo Technologies announces that SuperGIS Network Server 3.0 Beta is going to be available in the near future. SuperGIS Network Server 3.0, the latest network server software developed by SuperGeo Technologies, adopts the brand-new SuperNetObjects 3.0 as the core, enhances the analysis function, and accelerates the operation. SuperGIS Network Server 3.0 provides multiple analysis functions on server end, such as Shortest Path, Superior Route Planning, Closest Facilities, Service Area, Minimum Spanning Tree, Center Problem, Median Problem, and VRP (Vehicle Routing Problem), etc. SuperGIS Network Server 3.0 can cooperate with SuperGIS Server 3 to publish the analyzed results as graphic data and attribute data on map websites. Read More