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GraphOn Announces GO-Global 4.6 for Windows

The first of three releases planned for 2013 provides mobile access to GO-Global Gateway and additional client platforms

CAMPBELL, Calif., April 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GraphOn Corporation (OTCQB:GOJO), a leading worldwide developer of remote application access and Web-enabling software solutions, today announced the immediate availability of GO-Global 4.6 for Windows.

"Further expanding our mobility capabilities, GO-Global 4.6 adds the ability for iOS clients such as iPad and iPhone to connect through our enterprise gateway solution," said Christoph Berlin, GraphOn's Chief Operating Officer. "We've also broadened our client support with a Google Chrome Plug-in, compatibility updates for Internet Explorer 10 and Firefox 17, as well as a native client for Ubuntu."

GO-Global for Windows is a cross-platform solution that delivers centralized Windows applications to virtually any location, platform, and operating system as though the applications were running locally. With the included GO-Global Gateway component, the enterprise and large hosting providers can take full advantage of Active Directory and load balancing, while scaling beyond the limits of GraphOn's stand-alone GO-Global Host software. GO-Global Clients support Windows, Linux, UNIX, iOS, Android, and virtually any web browser.

GO-Global 4.6 for Windows incorporates a wide range of new features and functionality, including:

  • iOS Gateway Access. For larger deployments utilizing GO-Global Gateway, GO-Global 4.6 includes access via Apple iPad and iPhone with the new GO-Global Gateway app available for free at the Apple App Store.
  • Chrome Plug-in. Support has been added for Google Chrome on Microsoft Windows platforms.  The GO-Global Chrome Extension can be installed from the Chrome Web Store or via direct download.
  • Native Client for Ubuntu. Linux Client support on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (32-bit/64-bit) has been added.
  • Mobile printing. Local client-side printing from remote applications is now supported on the iOS Client with mobile devices running iOS 5.1 or later.
  • Browser updates. Compatibility updates have been added for Internet Explorer 10.0 and Mozilla Firefox 17 (ESR) on Windows.

"This release provides greater cross-platform compatibility and extends our GO-Global Gateway solution to mobile professionals," said Mr. Berlin. "GO-Global 4.6 is the first of three releases planned for this year. Future planned releases will include Windows 2012 Sever support and further enhancements to our GO-Global Gateway solution."

Current GO-Global 4.5 customers can download the new version at http://www.graphon.com/customer-support/download-software-and-documentation. Companies wishing to evaluate GO-Global can download a free 30-day trial at http://marketing.graphon.com/download-30-day-ggw.

About GraphOn Corporation
Founded in 1996, GraphOn Corporation is a publicly traded company headquartered in Campbell, California. The company is an innovator of cost-effective, advanced solutions that help customers access applications from anywhere. GraphOn's high-performance software solutions provide fast application access, cross-platform connectivity, and a centralized architecture that delivers a dramatically lower cost of ownership. The company's GO-Global solutions can be used with Microsoft (MSFT) Windows, IBM AIX, Oracle (ORCL) Solaris, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) HP-UX, Linux, Apple (AAPL) OS X and iOS, Google (GOOG) Android, and other operating systems. For more information, call 1.800.GRAPHON in the USA, +44.1344.206549 in Europe, or visit http://www.graphon.com or http://www.facebook.com/graphon.

This press release contains statements that are forward looking as that term is defined by the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based on management's current expectations and are subject to a number of uncertainties and risks that could cause actual results to differ significantly from those described in the forward looking statements. Factors that may cause such a difference include the following: the timing of software releases is difficult to predict and is not entirely within our control due to the need to overcome technical challenges and other factors associated with complex software development efforts; even if timely released our software, our software products face risks associated with new product introductions without a guarantee of market acceptance; and other factors, including those set forth under Item 1A, "Risk Factors" in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2011, and in other documents we have filed with the SEC.

GraphOn and GO-Global are registered trademarks of GraphOn Corp. All other trademarks belong to their respective owners.

GraphOn Contact:
Carrie Smith
GraphOn Corporation
1.800.GRAPHON
www.graphon.com

SOURCE GraphOn Corporation

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