TotalNet Inc., one of Canada's largest Internet Service Providers (ISPs), announced it has licensed Microsoft Internet Explorer suite of tools for distribution to its new and existing customers.
The solution, which provides simple installation of a large selection of Internet software and a turn-key connection to TotalNet's Internet service, is now in production and will be available at TotalNet's retail partners in the next few weeks. The package includes a comprehensive user manual and CD-ROM which supports Windows 95 and Windows 3.x operating systems and Apple Macintosh computers.
``We're pleased that TotalNet, one of Canada's largest Internet Service Providers, has chosen Internet Explorer as its browser solution,'' said Yusuf Mehdi, Group Product Manager for Internet Explorer at Microsoft. ``The features in Microsoft Internet Explorer ,including Netmeeting(TM) conferencing software, provide easy access to the wide range of content on the Internet and powerful ways to communicate.''
``Although our access service supports all the major Internet client software packages available today, we are proud to be supplying Microsoft's top quality collection as our default solution,'' said Rory Olson, President and Chief Executive Officer of TotalNet.
Referring to Microsoft's NetMeeting, which is included in the Windows 95-based version of the software suite, Mr. Olson said he was ``thrilled to see our staff communicate between offices by speaking to one another over the Internet while viewing and collaborating on the same document. It highlights just how far the Internet has come.''
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