FinalWire Acquires and Discontinues EVEREST
EVEREST Passes the Torch to AIDA64
BUDAPEST, Hungary - November 21, 2010 - FinalWire Ltd. today announced the acquisition of diagnostics, hardware monitoring, network audit, and benchmarking software, Lavalys EVEREST.
“Today is a significant step forward in our progress to deliver a class-leading diagnostics and benchmarking solution,” said Tamas Miklos, managing director of FinalWire. “The addition of Lavalys’ customers and technologies will enable us to accelerate investments, meet a wider set of customer needs through a richer solution set, increase efficiencies and significantly expand our opportunities for growth.”
Beginning immediately, FinalWire will execute on the planned integration of the two companies’ technologies and customers to ensure a smooth transition that will deliver immediate value for customers, partners and investors.
The FinalWire product line now includes:
- AIDA64 Extreme Edition (successor to EVEREST Ultimate Edition) – a streamlined diagnostics, hardware monitoring and benchmarking tool for home users
- AIDA64 Business Edition (successor to EVEREST Corporate Edition) – an essential network management solution for small and medium scale enterprises.
With the acquisition of EVEREST assets, the development of the EVEREST product line has been discontinued as of November 19, 2010.
The customer services team dedicated to supporting the Lavalys customer base has been enhanced to include personnel from both companies. A migration program is available for all EVEREST customers. For more information, visit http://www.aida64.com/everest-upgrade
FinalWire is the global leader in the development of diagnostic and network management software products for Windows based computers. For more information, visit www.aida64.com.
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I used AIDA(32) since it was born. It was then and is now just an easy way to gather information about the hardware and software installed on any PC. In our reviews we use it to check if mainboards read SPDs correctly, if the hardware monitoring tools are working properly and to check the CPU temperatures. Of course no product is perfect, but the response-time of the AIDA team is just incredible fast which enables them to improve their product further. While 64-bit OSes are out for years, most software still trails years behind. We are glad that AIDA64 has moved to 64-bit.”