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F3 Successfully Launches the First in a Series of Ascend Products Ready for Purchase

F3 Technologies, Inc. (OTCPK: FTCH) is pleased to announce the release of the first of a string of Ascend products to hit the market in the coming weeks called Ascend Uploader. Ascend Uploader is a flexible, easy to use file upload component that gives customers a high-performance tool for uploading files to a web server without the need to refresh the page.

Whether uploading small documents or large video files, the Ascend Uploader Component offers a powerful tool that integrates seamlessly into any ASP.NET application and offers a wide set of features that greater empower Web 2.0 applications and overall user experience for customers.

Select Ascend Uploader Features:

  • Select multiple files to upload and cancel the upload of individual files (when multiple files are selected) without affecting the entire upload process.
  • Validation for specific file types and sizes
  • Supports large individual and batch file uploads up to 3 GB
  • Supports AJAX Uploads without PostBack
  • Customizable look and feel
  • Security

Frank Connor, CEO of F3 said, “We developed the Ascend Uploader out of necessity for a flexible, high performance upload tool that can support the functional needs of our Ascend Share and FargoTube 2.0 product lines scheduled for release in the coming weeks. Using Ascend Uploader we are able to upload multiple documents, photos, or videos at once while reducing the impact of the upload process on the server. The ease-of-use of the component with its ability to integrate seamlessly into any ASP.NET application, coupled with its low cost makes it a no brainer in a Web 2.0 world where companies and developers are looking to improve the functionality of their web applications.”

Ascend Uploader is available for demo and purchase online at http://www.ascenduploader.com. Customers are able to download and try out the component in their web application for 15 days prior to purchase. Pricing information is also available.

“We believe that there is a large and unmet demand out there for this product. Within a few hours of launching our Google ad-word campaign we had well over sixty 'click-thrus'. With this high frequency activity we feel comfortable that this will be a significant revenue stream for F3,” said James Canouse, President of F3.

F3 Technologies, Inc. (F3) is an Atlanta-based Software-as-a-Service development company and application service provider.

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