OpenGeo Introduces Suite 3.0.1, With New Pricing Options

New Packages Expand Product Availability

New York, NY November 27, 2012 —Following the success of the OpenGeo Suite 3.0 release, the leading open source geospatial software company has released the 3.0.1 update to their flagship product. This update represents OpenGeo’s continued support of the open source communities and their clients by providing them with the most effective open source software available.

The 3.0.1 release is primarily a maintenance and assurance release that contains updates to GeoServer 2.2.1, OpenLayers 2.2.1, and GeoTools 8.2. Significant product enhancements, like the addition of server-side processing in the 3.0 release, and regular product growth have made the OpenGeo Suite a leading choice for those looking for a comprehensive spatial data platform. Many have found that the product combined with OpenGeo’s commercial support offers the highest-value, lowest-risk way for enterprises to replace legacy software with a modern web-based open source stack.

OpenGeo has also introduced a modified pricing structure with new options for anyone from the smallest developer to the largest enterprise. The addition of two support tiers (Community: One-Time and Enterprise: Plus) expands the access to open source support by offering attractive prices for smaller organizations. OpenGeo is dedicated to bringing open source geospatial software to as many as possible and is offering these tiers to satisfy the growing demand of support for issues big and small. Many have already recognized how the value of great open source software only grows with the option of commercial support behind it, the additional pricing options brings even more choice to the table

More information is available in the release notes and on the pricing page. OpenGeo Suite 3.0 is available for download free of charge with a 30-day trial of OpenGeo’s commercial support.

About OpenGeo

OpenGeo is a social enterprise working to build the best web-based geospatial technology. The company brings the best practices of open source software to geospatial organizations around the world by providing enterprises with supported, tested, and integrated open source solutions to build the Geospatial Web. OpenGeo also supports open source communities by employing key developers of PostGIS, GeoServer, and OpenLayers. Since 2002, the company has provided successful consulting services and products to clients like the World Bank, US Department of State, NYC DoITT, Ordnance Survey Great Britain, SFMTA, Portland TriMet, MassGIS, GeoScience Australia, NOAA and the Federal Communications Commission. OpenGeo is the geospatial division of OpenPlans, a New York-based 501(c)(3) non-profit that informs and engages communities through journalism and open source software. All of OpenGeo’s revenue has been and will continue to be re-invested into innovative and useful software in support of the OpenPlans mission.

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