For the past 15 years, the principals of Fenris
have been involved in public and private entity operation, acquisition and merger management, as well as debt facility placement, capital investment, turnarounds, startup structuring and asset repurposing.
FENRIS is a unique solution that acts as a Virtual File System (VFS) for Linux and other host operating systems.
Additionally, FENRIS is the first Symmetrical Multi-processing (SMP) implementation of the NetWare File System, which allows users to take advantage of the superior performance of SMP machines.
FENRIS is the world's first instantiation of a Symmetrical Multi-processing (SMP) implementation of Novell's NetWare file system hosted on the Windows NT platform that is compatible with Novell's NetWare 386, 4.
According to Jeff Merkey, CEO of TRG, "We are confident that FENRIS provides a unique solution for customers and systems integrators who require better interoperability between the NetWare and Windows NT platforms in their businesses.
FENRIS supports all of the features of Novell's existing file systems including volumes and partitions, dynamic hot fix data redirection, mirroring and partition fault tolerance, multi-segment volume striping, namespace support, sub-allocation and file.
Because FENRIS maintains the native file system format of NetWare on Windows NT, network administrators can alternately mount NetWare and Windows NT on a server without risk of corrupting their data.
With an estimated street price of $349, 3D Blaster includes a suite of five next-generation immersive 3D titles including: EA/Bullfrog's Hi-Octane and Magic Carpet Plus; Papyrus' NASCAR Racing; Looking Glass Technologies' Flight Unlimited; and Fenris
Wolf's Rebel Moon.
TRGT(TM)) is pleased to announce plans for the release of FENRIS
Installable File System for the Windows NT Server operating system.
The titles, specifically adapted for 3D Blaster, are EA/Bullfrog's "Hi-Octane" and "Magic Carpet Plus," Papyrus' "NASCAR Racing," Looking Glass Technologies' "Flight Unlimited," and Fenris
Wolf's "Rebel Moon.
These include prominent game developers like EA/Bullfrog, Mindscape, Looking Glass, Fenris
Wolf, PF Magic, and Papyrus, all of whom are now writing games supporting 3D Blaster.
Wolf's "Rebel Moon," and Maverick Simulation's "Crucial Axis.