|Active Technologies Surrenders STFax and Genesis to HAAGE&PARTNER Computer
Darlington, UK. September 28, 2000
Active Technologies and HAAGE&PARTNER Computer GmbH (H&P) have come to a
mutual agreement where the publishing rights to the fax/voice software
STFax Professional, and the copy and publishing rights to the TCP/IP stack, Genesis, are passed from Active Technologies to H&P. Active Technologies believe that the future of STFax Professional and Genesis is more secure and promising under the direction of the H&P development team. The agreement is in effect immediately and further enquiries should be addressed to H&P.
Jürgen Haage comments on the take-over: Genesis and STFax are strategically important products for H&P and we are glad that we can care for their future development and porting. A first result of our efforts will be the release of a new update of STFax by next week. We are also planning a new look for Genesis - you will be surprised.
Active Technologies was a developer of Internet and communications software for the Amiga computer, producing a number of award-winning titles such as NetConnect, Genesis and STFax Professional.
H&P is the leading manufacturer of development systems and applications for the Amiga family of computers and currently developing next generation software for the existing and future Amiga market. Their mission is to provide the Amiga market with the most effective tools and applications possible. For further information, visit www.haage-partner.com.