SEATTLE - LizardTech, a provider of software solutions for managing and distributing geospatial content, released version 8 of Express Server software for high-performance delivery and publication. This latest version comes equipped with a brand new graphical user interface (GUI), support for Geospatial PDF’s and a free, 30-day trial.
new graphical user interface (GUI) called the Express Server Manager, customers
now can easily and quickly configure their Express Server software and their
image catalogs from anywhere on the Web without having to open a command
line or edit XML files. They can set Express Server’s properties, configure
catalogs and create catalog groups all in the GUI just by logging in with a
browser, checking a few boxes, filling in a few fields and clicking a button or
is support for Geospatial PDF as a source image format, which means customers
can take advantage of PDF data and serve a wider range of users.
now try Express Server before they buy it. The free 30-day trial is available
downloaded and installed, the same copy becomes permanently licensed if a
decision is made to purchase Express Server.
“Express Server is the fastest, most stable and easiest way to
distribute compressed, high-resolution raster imagery via standard protocols,”
said Jon Skiffington, director of product management. “And now anyone can take
it for a test drive before they buy it with a 30-day free trial that we are
information about Express Server 8 can be obtained
LizardTech Releases Express Server 8 Software
September 17, 2012