June 10, 2004, USA
Invisionix Systems (http://www.invisionix.org) announced today the pre-alpha release (version 0.2) of its flagship product, the Invisionix Roaming System - Remote (IRSR).
April 5,2004, USA
Invisionix Systems (http://www.invisionix.org) announced today the pre-alpha release (version 0.2) of its flagship product, the Invisionix Roaming System - Remote (IRSR), an Internet based metasystem with the potential to radically change the landscape of the computer processing and digital communications arenas in existence today. This Open Source system is the most unique mobile computer software system of its kind and promises to provide a formidable challenge to some of the traditional computing platforms.
The IRSR essentially allows its audience to use any Internet enabled device in order to access the full functionality of a virtual supercomputer, with practically unlimited processing and storage capacities, and at an embarrassingly low price. The IRSR through its built-in ability to utilize the many existing computer system architectures readily available on the Internet today, provides ultra high performance via its inherent use of the Internet’s many computational resources. The concept is relevant to both loosely coupled systems based software applications and tightly coupled processor based applications.
Installation can be done on any host, and from anywhere in the world. Anyone can choose to use a single ISP server, multiple ISP servers, a locally available computer, or any combination of those systems simultaneously. At the same time the computer user is given the ability to access multiple databases located on any number of hosts. The IRSR can be operated through any Internet enabled computer or computing appliance; it makes no difference if the appliance is a stationary one or one that is roaming at large.
The various IRSR features allow for the development of web-enabled applications on-the-fly, and with total control over the software’s modification process. Incorporated are high-level security measures alongside unlimited program and/or data redundancy.
In essence the IRSR is a personal computer system you can take with you wherever you go, yet it weighs nothing at all and cannot be seen by the untrained eye. It’s a computer that is so discreet that it never needs to be checked by airport security, and you don't have to chain it down for fear of theft and loss of vital data. In fact, this computer does not exist in any recognizable form and yet is omnipresent. It can be accessed at any time and from any location, with practically unlimited processing and storage capabilities.
The Invisionix Roaming System was first conceived, and development began, in 2003 as an ambitious project by Ilon Dalon to provide himself with a flexible alternative to the current inflexibility of proprietary operating systems; systems like Microsoft’s Windows Apple’s Macintosh OS, and some Linux/Unix systems. When those operating systems are coupled with the many dedicated WinTel style, Van Neumann, SIMD, MIMD, or Stack based hardware architectures the end result is an inflexible appliance. Dalon’s goal was to glue together multiple Open Source software applications, utilities, and scripts (already available on the net) in order to create a comprehensive self-sustaining system; a system which can be used, enhanced, or modified by its owner anytime and from anywhere -- without any dependency on large and inflexible support from companies owning the many proprietary computer systems out there today.
While developing the core structure of the system, Mr. Dalon found that existing Open Source applications were quite adequate and relatively simple to integrate. He decided to disseminate the resulting integrated source code package to anyone desiring a flexible system, and thus allowing interested parties to adopt and enhance the system for their own personal and professional needs. He knew that this methodology would allow the new owner full control of the metasystem, and in effect, it would be her/his personal system to do with as s/he pleases (with the exception of selling it, as per the GNU GPL licensing terms.).
The IRSR v0.2 metasystem is being released under the GNU GPL license scheme. It features many integrated components such as built-in security, three login modes: console, browser-page, and full-screen. Also bundled are: in-window tool access (such as Linux system shell access), external-window multi-tasking, multiple file managers, pseudo-cron scheduler, multi-menu graphical user interface, e-mail programs, addressbook programs, built-in Instant Messenger (IRSIM) and many more.
Recently version 0.1 of the IRSIM was released to the public as a standalone program, under the GNU LGPL license, and became an instant favorite for many groups on the net.
Download the IRSR at: http://downloads.invisionix.com . The Invisionix Systems’ project is open to qualified developers who are interested in contributing to this historical effort.
For more information please contact Dr. Sam Rabinowitz, at email@example.com .
Invisionix Systems (http://www.invisionix.org), a subsidiary of Invisionix Technologies, was established in 2004 as a software development and consulting organization. In addition to developing Metasystem and related software, the group acts as a professional services vendor. All inquiries should be directed to Dr. Sam Rabinowitz at firstname.lastname@example.org .
This Open Source program interacts with ICQ, MSN, AIM, Yahoo and Jabber IMs. It features mySQL DB message buffering, multiple user logins, user registration, IM contact list, and message input/output windows. It can run on any host system such as Unix, Windows, or Mac, which run PHP and mySQL. On the client side, it runs on various web browsers available for various types of systems -- Mainframe, minis, desktops, laptops, and PDAs.
Ilon Dalon, the creator of the IRSIM states:" ... Ultimately the IRSIM will rival the features of light IM programs such as ICQ2GO, AIM Express, and Odigo Express." Sam Rabinowitz the manager of this new project said: "We are very excited by this revolutionary product and anticipate tremendous interest in continuing its development on the Open Source arena." The project can be found on SourceForge.net http://irsim.invisionix.com.
Foreign language support has been modularized within this program. Currently English (US), and Hebrew are supported.
Project guru Ilon Dalon said: " ... IRSIM was spun-off from the Invisionix Roaming System Metasystem... it became apparent that this module can also be used as a standalone program by the large number of Instant Messenger users throughout the world." The Invisionix Roaming Metasystem is due to be released on SourceForge.net http://www.invisionix.com in its pre-alpha form shortly.
For further information you may contact Dr. Sam Rabinowitz at: email@example.com
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