NotePage, Inc. Wins International Software Awards
NotePage, Inc., a Hanover, Mass. software company that develops
wireless messaging solutions, recently won two international
awards for their flagship product, PageGate. PageGate won
the Best Vertical Market Application award at the ninth annual
Shareware Industry Conference. The winners of the Shareware
Industry Awards are selected by a group of industry professionals
and reviewers that nominate and vote based upon a program's
merits. In addition, NotePage's PageGate won the People's
Choice award for Best Vertical Market Application. The People's
Choice Awards are voted on by consumers on the three largest
Internet download sites: ZD.net, C-Net.com, and Tucows.com.
This is the first time that wireless messaging software has
been recognized in these international awards.
PageGate version 3 is a network paging application that makes
it easy to use your PC to communicate with alphanumeric and
numeric pagers, PCS and digital phones, PCMCIA pager cards,
billboards, and other wireless messaging devices. PageGate
supports an unlimited number of pagers and service providers,
and may be run on a file server or web server, or on a separate
workstation or server. For high volume applications, up to
16 dialers may be installed and used simultaneously.
PageGate supports four powerful front-end interfaces, allowing
users to purchase only those modules that are useful, and
to expand their system as their needs change. These front-end
gateways may be used individually or in conjunction with each
other, allowing PageGate to receive and process simultaneous
messages from multiple sources. PageGate's proprietary GUI
Interface allows Windows 95/98/NT4/2000 users to contact pagers
from any Windows workstation. PageGate's E-mail Interface
allows e-mails to be received on alphanumeric pagers, or e-mail
notifications to be received on numeric pagers. PageGate's
Web Interface processes messages entered on Internet or intranet
web pages, and sends them to any wireless messaging device.
PageGate also has a Command Line Interface that lets you send
pager messages from any Windows or DOS program. It can be
activated by running user-developed custom programs, or simply
by writing text messages to a previously defined text file
in a designated folder.
PageGate supports multiple paging carriers, multiple dialers,
direct connections to paging terminals, group paging, scheduled
pages, repeating pages, on-call groups, and ad hoc paging,
making it ideal for demanding, high-end wireless messaging
Requirements: PageGate requires Windows 95/98/NT4/2000 running
on a Pentium-class processor, 32 Mb of RAM, 50Mb of hard drive
space, and a modem.
Pricing and Availability: PageGate version 3 and its four
front-end gateways are available immediately. The cost of
the PageGate paging engine depends upon the number of pagers
supported. Each of the front-end interface modules may be
For more information, visit the NotePage web site at http://www.notepage.net.
You can download a trial version of PageGate from the same
url. For more information, contact NotePage, Inc. at 291 Rockland
Street, Suite 13, Hanover, MA 02339. Phone: (781) 829-0500.
TTY/TDD: (781) 829-5067. Fax: (781) 582-1869. E-mail: email@example.com.
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About NotePage NotePage, Inc. is a Hanover, Massachusetts
company specializing in wireless messaging software. In addition
to PageGate, they market (1) NotePager Net, a full-featured
network paging program that allows an entire network to send
messages through a single, centralized paging server, (2)
NotePager 32, an easy-to-use standalone alphanumeric paging
dispatch program that allows text messages to be sent to single
or multiple alphanumeric paging devices, (3) NotePager, the
Windows 3.x version of NotePager 32, and (4) WebGate, an Internet
paging program that creates a paging gateway from the Internet
to paging devices, allowing messages to be sent from e-mail
and personal web pages.