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SMSEventLog V3.5 Release (Nov 10, 2001)
CST released the network version of the already popular SMSEventlog Ver 3.1 in the form of SMSEvent Ver 3.5. SMSEventlog Ver 3.5 will revolutionize the concept of event monitoring by making it possible to monitor networked resources like Windows NT/2000 Workstations/ Servers, Unix/Linux and Syslog enabled Network hardware.  The release and immediate availability of SMSEventlog 3.5 adds a brand new concept to reporting events from the Windows NT Event Log.  SMSEventLog can be installed on any Windows NT4.0/2000 Workstation or Server.  The easy to use user configuration allows for the configuration of criteria that  selectively SMS (Short Message Service) events from the local and remote Windows NT Event logs to any individual or group of individuals via the GSM cellular network.
For more details please download an evaluation version of SMSEventlog 3.5.

Support for Siemens Simatic S7 Industrial Ethernet (March, 2001)
The CST supplied Sinec H1 Protocol Stack has been expanded to now also support the latest in the range of Siemens process controllers.  For more information on the present version please follow this link… Industrial Ethernet

XMan2 Enterprise Addition (Jan 15, 2001)
CST is proud to announce the successful installation of the Enterprise edition of XMan2 (XMan2-E) at one of the worlds biggest personnel x-ray sites. The Enterprise edition of XMan2 allows for the seamless integration of any number of existing and new sites connected via a wide area network. The advantages are numerous. For more information follow this link… X-Ray Management

CST Siport SQL Version 3.0 release (Aug 29, 2000)
CSTSiSQL Version 3.0 Middleware now also support bi-directional transactions enabling end users, technicians, system integrators and engineers to seamlessly integrate 3 rd Party products like Access control, Time and Attendance and Personnel Management systems with Siport or Babylon. For more information follow this link… SQL Interface

Smart Card Development (July, 2000)
We at CST is of the opinion that Smart Cards will become more and more part of our every day living. We also find it particularly fascinating to consider all the possible applications that has not even been explored to date. CST therefore decided to invest in the research and development of Smart Card applications and acquired both the tools and skills to enable us to develop for Smart Cards. If you have any questions or applications that require Research and Development please e-mail. [email protected]
Please forward all additional queries to: [email protected]

** Update **
We are always monitoring & keeping up to date with the breaking news in this field because it is of great interest to us. If you are more up to date on any issue, please let us know. We would welcome the chance to find out additional information if you are willing to share it. Please reach out to us & we will surely get back to you A.S.A.P..

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