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December 28th, 2010
SuperGIS Server 3 Compatible with 64-bit Environment

The server software is expected to be launched in the beginning of coming 2011.  SuperGIS Server 3 enables enterprises to create, manage, integrate, and publish various GIS services within the centralized server architecture. Through the Web, client-end users are able to easily get the spatial data, imagery, GIS functions published by enterprises in desktop, mobile, and Web applications.

64-bit operating environment becomes a mainstream product now. To catch the trend, the whole new SuperGIS Server 3 can run on 64-bit operating systems, like Windows 7, 2008, etc. Therefore, SuperGIS Server 3 would not only optimize the memory in the server, but also considerably enhance the performance to have smooth execution. 

To use SuperGIS Server 3 as the platform publishing GIS services, please visit www.supergeotek.com to download the free trial.