Cyberspace Headquarters, LLC, located in Westlake Village, California
(a Los Angeles suburb), was originally established in 1993
as a design firm with focus on online information services.
The company quickly developed a leading design presence, concentrating
mostly on the design of Online Services, BBS systems and Corporate
Intranets with Excalibur Software. Having designed systems
for MCI, The US Naval Reserve, AT&T, Mercury Communications,
Nike, among many others, our home system became a central
hub for thousands of system operators and administrators world
By 1994, with extreme popularity of our site, we began distributing
software related to Internet and Online Services, building
a catalog of software containing over 130 products, including
one of the first Internet e-mail servers: Portico.
Later, Cyberspace HQ acquired Jester Software, a leading
developer of aftermarket applications and plugins for Excalibur,
with products including E.X.P.D., MegaMail, Excalagogo, Jump,
Gotit, KontrolPro and Logit.
Soon thereafter, the company focus shifted from software
distribution to development and design. Our first in-house
product was Ask.Me for Excalibur, followed by the award-winning
Nic O'Matic, which was featured as Top 10 Shareware in May,
1997 by Windows Magazine.
Our first in-house server product, DeEnesse, was the first
application that allows a system administrator to run and
manage a DNS server without the intense learning process normally
associated with DNS. We have taken a very complicated subject,
and simplified it to the point that anyone can run DNS Service
and understand it in hours, instead of weeks or months.
Cyberspace HQ has gone on to develop other award-winning
applications. The most notable of such is AddWeb Website Promoter.
With over a million installations worldwide, AddWeb is the
most popular web promotion software available. Furthermore,
it has been the #1 selling software in the web category for
2 years in a row (according to PC Data retail software reports).
Each month more than250,000 websites are promoted with AddWeb.
Cyberspace HQ remains committed to the continued development
of new internet software applications that break the mold.
At any given time we have as many as 6 software projects on
the block, usually with a focus on e-marketing, e-commerce
and e-service. Keep an eye open... interesting things are
around the corner.