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NxN Software, a developer of Digital Production Management (DPM) solutions for interactive entertainment and new media projects, announced that it has launched an innovat...

Game Developer, Staff

June 8, 2001

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NxN Software, a developer of Digital Production Management (DPM) solutions for interactive entertainment and new media projects, announced that it has launched an innovative remote access server module. The new technology allows game development teams full project access over the Internet. Trying to help fill a gap in communication with specialized development teams with members located at different sites, NxN Software’s alienbrain is designed to leverage the work of all team members to share information remotely. The new alienbrain remote access server allows developers to make best use of cross-site teams by sharing information via the Internet. Whole groups or individuals can join development teams from anywhere in the world, transparently accessing files and sharing information located on the same server. Access to data and project status, independent of location, is crucial for project managers who oversee projects at multiple locations. Since security is paramount to such projects, the alienbrain web server uses sophisticated encryption to exchange data. Existing alienbrain customers can update their software and benefit from the remote access support for their current projects.

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