Configure & Ship Eclipse-based Software With New Pulse 2.5

Genuitec, LLC has announced the availability of Pulse 2.5. The release includes Eclipse Galileo (3.5) support, intelligent algorithms for optimal download speeds and greater control of the entire Eclipse software catalog. Enterprises will enjoy the ability to manage and share proprietary software among users with expanded support for varying architectures.

In support of the growing number of Apple-based developers, Pulse is the only software distribution platform that includes 64-bit Cocoa – something that was not included in the Eclipse 3.5 release train in mid-June. Corporate customers can add-in their own software to share and distribute to staff and end-users; this is the differentiator between Pulse and other offerings in the market.

Free for individual users, Pulse 2.5 boasts the most flexible Eclipse software profiles on the market – managing Eclipse even behind corporate firewalls (including in-house tooling). For software teams and enterprises, Pulse now has better compatibility within corporate network infrastructure. Using the new Communications Wizard, IT managers can help developers install all necessary Eclipse and corporate propriety software in a secure environment.

“Pulse 2.5 delivers on our promise to enterprise customers on compatibility issues while working both within and outside of firewall settings; it’s also much faster and gives greater control over software use and distribution,” said Tim Webb, Pulse project manager for Genuitec.

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