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Hello Group,

This mail is intended to announce the release of the newest version of SpeedTrace .NET Tracing & Profiling tool, SpeedTrace Pro. This tool is an improvement of the previous version that was launched in this group last year.

SpeedTrace Pro has come up with the following new features:
· Support .NET Framework 2.0 (Windows applications, ASP.NET, Windows .NET Services)
· Improved Fast Engine(increase d trace buffer size)
· Data Reduction Concept (using include and exclude filtering)
· Data Trace
· Callback-API

Do check out this new powerful and fast tracing & profiling tool.

For further informations, click the following link : http://speedtrace.ipcas.com
Feel free to send feedback on how we can improve on this tool. We appreciate your feedback.
Edgar Sanchez
ipcas GmbH
Product Manager
.NET Tracing & Profiling
Wetterkreuz 17
D-91058 Erlangen
Phone: (+49)9131 76 77 24
Fax: (+49)9131 76 77 78
Email: edgar.sanchez@i pcas.de
May 4 '06 #1
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