NoMachine® Announces Production Release NX 3.1.0

Latest release incorporates key features, bug fixes, and other enhancements.

Rome, Italy, December 17, 2007 --( NoMachine announced today its minor dot release of the NX Client, Server, and Node products. The new NX Client, Server, and Node 3.1.0 releases collectively integrate a number of key features and fixes. Among these new releases you will find the following improvements:

Improved Support for NX Client on Vista
Following NoMachine's commitment to work with a wide variety of software, NX Client for Windows is now fully compatible with Windows Vista. NX Client for Windows conforms to the new Vista design philosophy and to the use of the User Account Control (UAC) mechanisms in place for Vista. NX Client performance has also been enhanced for running full-screen NX sessions on Vista.

Enhanced Printing Support
Adjustments have been made to NX 3.0 to make printing support more reliable for NX 3.1.0. There is now more support for printing on older Linux distributions. Enhancements were added to support non-default installations of CUPS.

New Support for Fedora 8
Better support has been established for running NX products on Fedora 8 with SELinux enabled. In the process of maintaining NoMachine's goal of compatibility within 30 days of a supported operating system production release, Fedora 8 has now been officially added to the supported distributions list for NoMachine NX.

Easier Installation With Set-Up Scripts
Installation and upgrade procedures have been improved because the NX Node and NX Server now provide as alias for executing the setup scripts.

Availability: Updated NX 3.1.0 Client, Server, and Node packages are immediately available at the NoMachine website. As usual, TestDrive is available for all of their Linux, Windows, Mac, and Solaris Client users who wish to see NX in action. For a complete overview of features and fixes included in this release, the official announcement is available at For more information please visit

About NoMachine
No Machine is the creator of award-winning NX software, an enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, desktop virtualization, and hosted desktop deployment. Since 2001, NoMachine's mission has been to revolutionize the way users access their computing resources across the Internet to make seamless desktop access as easy and widespread as Web browsing. NoMachine provides a comprehensive software infrastructure stack, core development, and support services built around the self-designed and self-developed NX suite of open source components. Together with easy-to-use management, deployment, and monitoring tools, NoMachine makes it possible to transform any traditional desktop computing environment in a centrally managed, globally accessible, virtual desktop infrastructure. Some of their customers include Google, Motorola, Nokia, NVIDIA, IBM, Cisco, and NXP.

Katie Graham