Sugar Labs Nonprofit Announces v2 of Sugar on a Stick with Improved E-Book Readers, Recycles Any USB Stick Into Learning Environment for Children; Partners with Nexcopy, Inc.
PARIS, December 8, 2009 — Netbook World Summit — Sugar Labs(R), volunteer-driven nonprofit provider of the Sugar Learning Platform for over one-million children around the world, announces the release of Sugar on a Stick v2 Blueberry. Available for download at https://www.sugarlabs.org, Sugar on a Stick can be loaded onto any ordinary 1Gb or greater flash drive to reboot any PC, netbook or recent Mac directly into the child-friendly Sugar environment without touching the existing installation. Sugar is also available for GNU/Linux distributions, runs under virtualization on Windows and Apple OS X, and features built-in classroom collaboration and automatic backup to a Journal. The latest version of Sugar offers simpler navigation, improved wireless networking, streamlined updating of Activities for children, easier keyboard configuration, better Gnash support for Adobe Flash content, and more. New Activities such as Physics and OOo4Kids join updated favorites such as Browse and Read, suitable for reading e-books.Continue Reading
Nexcopy put together a professional looking Movie Trailer video to announce the new 40 and 60 port USB duplicator systems. The video is just over 1 minute long, fun and interesting. Take a look:
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Windows drive letter limitations are “no more” with Nexcopy’s new 40 and 60 port PC based USB Duplicators and SD Duplicators.
Press Release: Ladera Ranch, CA — June 17, 2009 — Nexcopy Inc., a leading manufacturer in USB Duplicator equipment, announced the release of it’s larger capacity 40 and 60 port flash memory duplicator systems.
The new line of USB Duplicators crush the traditional drive letter limitations in Windows, allowing Nexcopy to offer 40 and 60 port systems for both USB and SD data loading. These systems are modular in design and may be configured as one large system, or configured as multiple smaller systems to address multiple job scenarios.
With the introduction of the 400PC and 600PC series, Nexcopy includes a major software update to address many unique applications of flash memory data loading. “The PC based systems manufactured by Nexcopy offer exclusive tools for flash memory management,” reports Greg Morris, President of Nexcopy, “our latest software rev gives control to copy specific USB partitions, toggle On/Off Read Only partitions, extensive log file recording and ability to send unique data streams to individual flash drives. We are very excited about these exclusive tools that only a PC based system can offer.”Continue Reading
Please note Truscont technology was replaced by Nexcopy Copy Secure technology
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Nexcopy is pleased to announce the TrusCont Secure Flash Drive has expanded the list of file formats for USB copy protection.
As intellectual property continues to grow as a core business asset for today’s organizations, the need to protect those digital assets is becoming more critical. One of the preferred methods for digital distribution is via USB flash drives. TrusCont identified the need to protect these digital assets to USB early-on and developed the TSFD flash with USB copy protection for .exe files and Adobe PDF documents. Today, TrusCont expands the list of supported file formats for USB copy protection. As of September 2008, USB copy protection can be applied to: p>
- Software .exe Program Files
- Adobe PDF Documents
- SWF Flash Applications and Animations
- HTM and HTML Web Pages
- JPG, GIF and PNG Pictures and Photos
- MP3, WMA, WAV and OGG Audio File Formats
- AVI, MPG, WMV and ASF Video File Formats
“The TrusCont Secure Flash Drives are a great success and provide users with an invaluable tool to protect their intellectual property. The added file formats are a great addition to an already successful program. With digital content becoming more interactive, the support of USB copy protection to web, audio and video files will give users exactly what they crave: true digital rights management and protection,” comments Greg Morris President of Nexcopy.Continue Reading