Bucharest, Romania (PressExposure) January 13, 2009 -- AXIGEN (http://www.axigen.com), the professional messaging solution vendor, and The Joseph Company (TJC, http://www.tjco.net), leading technology integrator, announce today the launch of a turnkey email appliance, M3-EM powered by AXIGEN. This bundled, state-of-the-art hardware and software solution is designed to help businesses save time and reduce costs through fast deployment and seamless administration.
The pre-installed and optionally pre-configured email server solution bundles the AXIGEN Mail Server Enterprise Edition and Red Hat Linux over a Dell Power Edge Server Platform. The cutting-edge messaging features provided by M3-EM powered by AXIGEN, such as WebMail access from PCs and mobile phones, advanced groupware and collaboration, are a perfect fit for a fast-paced, highly mobile and versatile corporate environment.
"Our main goal is to provide our customers with viable and affordable technology solutions which bring them freedom and simplify operations. True to that objective, we have worked together to launch the revolutionary, cost effective and pre-configured bundled solution, the M3 Email Server Appliance powered by AXIGEN solution", said Cliff Blake, President of The Joseph Company.
"The major benefits of integrating fully-featured and ready to use solutions in a companyâs existing infrastructure are saving time and money and thus allotting resources to more demanding activities and staying ahead of competitors. Through the M3-EM powered by AXIGEN email appliance, we aim at supporting our Enterprise customers in focusing on ways to increase and expand their business by taking over deployment and configuration tasks," concluded Oana Bornaz, AXIGEN CEO.
Winner of the ServerWatch 2007 Product Excellence Award for the Communications Server category, the AXIGEN Mail Server features a carrier class technology and outstanding support. Now at version 6.2, AXIGEN runs on several Linux and BSD distributions, on Solaris, on Windows operating systems, on PowerPC and SPARC architectures and is becoming the messaging solution of choice for a growing number of service providers and enterprises worldwide.