Apple Ships its Internet Server Solution for the World Wide Web
Cupertino, California -- May 30, 1995 -- Apple Computer, Inc. today announced it is currently shipping the Apple Internet Server Solution for the World Wide Web. The new server solution is one of the most affordable and easiest ways to establish a presence on the Information Superhighway with an all-in-one package that includes a PowerPC processor-based Workgroup Server and all the software needed to make the server accessible to others on the World Wide Web (WWW).
The Apple Internet Server Solution consists of a Workgroup Server 6150/66, 8150/110 or 9150/120 and a CD-ROM disk that combines all the software components necessary for customers to easily establish a presence on the World Wide Web. The software includes WebSTAR 1.0 from StarNine Technologies Inc., BBEdit from Bare Bones Software Inc., Netscape Navigator from Netscape Communications Corp., AppleSearch from Apple and Adobe Acrobat Pro from Adobe Corp. In addition, the server solution includes several Common Gateway Interfaces (CGIs) and fully functional versions of HyperCard and AppleScript. The server solution also comes with a variety of WWW page templates, including home pages, catalog pages and forms, which can be used to quickly and easily create a presence on the World Wide Web. The solution also comes with sample databases, on-line documentation and "how-to" tutorials to help Webmasters create their own server pages. MacDNS, a domain name server software for the Mac OS, is expected to be available on the Workgroup Servers in summer 1995. MacDNS makes the Workgroup Server recognizable to other servers on the WWW and does not require UNIX knowledge to use.
Pricing and Availability
The Apple Internet Server Solution is immediately available from Apple authorized resellers in the U.S. The entry Apple price for the Internet Server Solution in the U.S. is $2,909 and includes both a Workgroup Server 6150/66 and the Internet Server Solution software compact disk. Additional hardware configurations are available. Prices outside the U.S. may vary. Customers of the Apple Internet Server Solution for the World Wide Web will be eligible to receive MacDNS for a nominal shipping and handling charge when it becomes available later this summer. Customers interested in more information on the Apple Internet Server Solution should contact the Apple Network Information Hotline at (408) 862-3385 (Internet e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), or visit Apple's World Wide Web page at http//abs.apple.com. In Europe, customers interested in more information should contact their regional European Apple office. Apple Computer, Inc., a recognized pioneer and innovator in the information industry, creates powerful solutions based on easy-to- use personal computers, servers, peripherals, software, on-line services and personal digital assistants. Headquartered in Cupertino, California, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) develops, manufactures, licenses and markets products, technologies and services for the business, education, consumer, scientific & engineering and government markets in over 140 countries.
Apple, the Apple logo and HyperCard are registered trademarks; and AppleScript and AppleSearch are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. PowerPC is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation, used under license therefrom. UNIX is a registered trademark of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries, licensed exclusively through X/Open Company, Ltd. All other products mentioned may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and are hereby acknowledged.