GlobalSCAPE's Downloads Soar With New Product Releases
Beta Version of CuteMX™ Cited as "Next Big Thing in MP3?"
SAN ANTONIO, TX - GlobalSCAPE, Inc., a wholly owned Internet subsidiary of American TeleSource International, Inc. (ATSI) (OTC BB: AMTI - news), announced today its has released version 3.5 of its award-winning FTP client, CuteFTP™. In addition, the Company is beta testing a revolutionary multimedia utility, CuteMX™.
Sandra Poole-Christal, GlobalSCAPE's President, stated, "Our new products have created a lot of excitement among users within the Internet community. According to CNET's (NasdaqNM: CNET) download.com, CuteFTP™ is consistently one of the most frequently downloaded programs on the Internet. During the recent launch of CuteFTP™ 3.5 and the beta version of CuteMX™, downloads of our software increased by more than 50 percent. Considering CuteMX™ is in its infancy, we are excited about its reception from groups like MP3.com (NasdaqNM: MPPP) who rated it four stars and posed the question: "The next big thing in MP3?" Ms. Poole-Christal further stated, "Both product registration and in-product advertising revenue streams are expected to grow as a result of increased product usage."
About CuteFTP version 3.5:
CuteFTP™ is a Windows®-based file transfer protocol (FTP) client allowing users to easily transfer files over the Internet. CuteFTP™ version 3.5's new features include site to site transfers, scheduled file transfers, global filtering and an extended list of MP3 and file search engines. Users may download an evaluation copy from http://www.globalscape.com/eft-pricing.
About CuteMX beta version 1:
CuteMX™ (Media eXchange) offers an innovative, powerful way for users to search for and share their favorite digital media files on the Internet. CuteMX™ users become part of a file sharing community where they can easily locate and download music, graphics, video, programs and more -- all without ratio sites, broken links and incomplete downloads, which most Internet users have experienced. CuteMX™ features include real-time chat rooms, instant messaging and "friends" lists. Users may download a beta copy from http://www.globalscape.com/.
GlobalSCAPE is a leading provider of Internet-based software including file management utilities, Web site development tools and multimedia utilities. With the Internet at the core of its development, marketing, distribution and customer support strategies, GlobalSCAPE is able to provide millions of users with complementary content and a variety of online services designed to enhance their use of its award-winning products. GlobalSCAPE's parent company, American TeleSource International, Inc. is an emerging international telecommunications carrier serving certain niche markets in and between Latin America and the U.S. ATSI's borderless strategy includes the deployment of a "next generation" ATM network for more efficient and cost effective service offerings of voice and data transport. The Company has clear advantages over the competition through its corporate framework consisting of unique licenses, interconnection and service agreements, network footprint and extensive distribution channels.
Several statements contained herein are forward-looking statements. For example, "Both product registration and in-product advertising revenue streams are expected to grow as a result of increased product usage." These statements are based on the belief of GlobalSCAPE's management, as well as assumptions made beyond information currently available to management. Because such "forward-looking statements" are subject to risks and uncertainties, actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to lack of market interest, competition from products similar to those offered by GlobalSCAPE, and changes in products provided by third parties on which GlobalSCAPE's products are dependent, such as changes to operating systems and product strategies by vendors of operating systems.