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February 24, 2003
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Zona Inc. has announced that it will release the latest version of its MMOG networking technology, Terazona 1.1, at the Game Developers Conference next week. The complete Terazona Product Suite will support small to medium to massive-scale MMOGs. Feature highlights of version 1.1 include:
ZonaModeler - A metadata design tool for modeling the persistence between game state objects and the corresponding database.
Chat Server - built-in content filtering & guild management.
Audit Server - for logging game events and game-state history in the audit database, which can be separated from the primary game database.
Extended API for entity management - available for both the server plugin and the client.
Improved server performance - up to 50%, according to the company.
Reduced server memory footprint - up to 30%, according to the company.
New Terazona TeraZona Community Version, an online game networking engine for up to 500 players, with which the company hopes to bridge the gap between small P2P games and huge MMOGs.
New TeraZona Standard Edition, an online game networking engine for lower budget and smaller scale online games -- for those with up to have a few thousand players. The TSE can run 10 game-state servers for up to 2,500 players.
New TeraZona MMOG Edition, an online game networking engine for large-scale online games capable of supporting up to 32,000 players per server cluster. Pricing was not announced. To evaluate one of the products, please contact [email protected].
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