ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer helps draw networks

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CS Odessa on Thursday announced the release of ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer, a new tool for IT personnel who need to draw network topologies and design systems. It costs $299. A trial version is available for download.

The software features an automatic LAN scanner and diagrammer, and incorporates its own drawing tools. Users can create multiple layers to separate out different areas of visibility on the network.

Diagrams can be exported to different graphic formats including PDF, PowerPoint, Flash and HTML, and ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer features support for multi-page documents that are linked using hyperlinks. Built-in scripting support also allows ConceptDraw NetDiagrammer to integrate with other data sources.

System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.1.5 or later, G3 or faster, 128MB RAM and 200MB hard disk space.

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