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equinux announces its entire line of consumer products is Leopard compatible

CoverScout, iSale, MediaCentral, The Tube and TubeStick work with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

San Mateo, USA − October 11, 2007: Today, equinux announces that its consumer line, consisting of CoverScout, iSale, MediaCentral, The Tube and TubeStick, is for Apple's next operating system Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. equinux has also promised to release any necessary updates immediately following the release of Leopard, should Apple make any changes, affecting one of equinux' Leopard-ready products.

For years, equinux has been using Cocoa, Apple's highly preferred Mac OS X application development system, instead of old-fashioned Carbon libraries. This enables all equinux products to take full advantage of the latest Mac OS X technologies and be prepared for any future system updates. The most recent software in equinux' portfolio, The Tube, is a good example of these technological advantages. As The Tube was designed from the ground up to utilize Cocoa technologies, equinux was able to add new features very quickly. This has enabled equinux to set itself apart from the multitude of other software products. Their efforts have been awarded with multiple Apple Design Awards, most recently in 2006 for their online auction manager iSale, in the category "Best Mac OS X User Experience."

"equinux stands for innovative products, that are both simple and intuitive. That's why it only makes sense that all of our consumer products are compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 from day one. This foundation gives us a greater scope of possibilities for future product development," says Till Schadde, CEO of equinux.