Jason Brome says "This was a BBS server that'd run on the Spectrum. People running BBSes usually were using 'Microdrives' - strange tape-based 'mass' storage devices that were part of Sinclair's product offering. It required a special client to be installed on any user's machine, so the user base was
pretty much Spectrum-centric. The only other piece of information I have
about this software is that it was published by a company based on the Isle
of Skye, in Scotland!"
Nick Goodall writes "The company behind it (Diamond Design Computer Systems) was based in the "Isle Of Lewis" off the north west coast of Scotland and not in Sky. It did require special clients (because it used the 1200 baud half duplex mode of the VTX1000 modem) and the clients were available for the Spectrum, Commodore 64 and BBC Micro. The BBS software was also available for the Commodore 64."