behind the firewall collaborative 3D workplaces – itsReal

Altadyn Corp, yesterday announced the Enterprise Edition of 3DXplorer, enabling customers to use their own IT infrastructure for behind the firewall collaborative 3D workplaces.

The Dual SaaS/Enterprise model enables an efficient customer adoption and implementation model. Customers, including those in government & defense, can start with immediately available SaaS plans, and progress smoothly to an in house solution for more controlled performance and higher security, while keeping the deployment extremely easy thanks to the browser-based and plug-in-less characteristics of 3DXplorer.

The Full PR is available here:

About Altadyn
Altadyn leads the next generation of collaborative solutions by enabling a new type of user experience (Immersive 3D), leveraging its cutting edge web3D platform for live collaboration, accessible to all. It’s a disruptive technology which enables full 3D immersive spaces with simple browsers on any computer, with no download or installation required. Altadyn customers include NDU/FCVW (National Defense University), Saint-Gobain (NYSE Euronext: SGO), Cubic (NYSE: CBC) , Aptima, Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) and more. Altadyn operates globally with offices in Paris, France and Irvine, California. For more information, visit http://www.3DXplorer.com or contact: Altadyn Corp.

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  1. This looks very interesting. I’ve been meaning to check out 3Dxplorer for a while. Coincidentally we’ve just release a demo video of Roobaab, our community and team collaboration and meeting platform based around SecondLife or OpenSim. Video here http://blog.knowsense.co.uk/blog/_archives/2009/8/16/4289954.html

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