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5250

A family of terminals and related protocols for IBM midrange computers (System 3x, AS/400).
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Moreover, because Stay-Linked uses existing IBM 5250 application screens to enable specific transactions in real time, there is no need for custom application coding to support wireless devices.
The new SBAv5 now supports LDM (X over SSH) and VNC, and adds a Java-enabled web browser to its capabilities, which already included support for Windows Terminal Services (RDP), Citrix (ICA), Linux/Unix (X), IBM 5250 and 3270, NoMachine, and virtually all midrange, mainframe and other legacy systems.
IBM AS/400 Data Transfer -- Now supports database transfer in IBM 5250
PSC offers a variety of application development tools, including RFBuilder(TM), RFSDK and PowerNet terminal emulation solution for VT100, VT220, HP700/92, IBM 3270 and IBM 5250.
Esker's most popular terminal environments, including IBM 3270, IBM 5250 and several UNIX terminal types, as well as Esker's FTP application, are available as ActiveX components.
Security is provided with the PPT VPN protocol, and a robust suite of terminal emulations including IBM 5250 and 3270 are also provided.
The Affinity Express PCI adapter supports products from other mainstream suppliers of IBM 5250 adapters, such as IBM, Wall Data and Netsoft.
Perle Systems, (NASDAQ:PERL) (TSE:PL) a leading provider of networking products for e-business access, today announced the availability of TCP/IP over Twinax software for Perle Affinity and IBM 5250 emulation adapters.
today announced the availability of the high-speed pocket-sized AXIS 330 Cobra and AXIS 370 Cobra protocol converters for IBM 3270 mainframe and IBM 5250 midrange systems, respectively.
It also provides a smooth, low-risk, and efficient migration path from existing IBM 5250 devices to twinax-connected, IP-enabled desktops, such as Network Computers or PC's running IP over twinax-enabled emulation adapters.
Regardless of the emulation software used by the client, the Network Resource translates the terminal data stream into the appropriate format for the target host -- IBM 5250 for AS/400 access, IBM 3270 for IBM mainframe access, and DEC VT100 or VT220 access for Digital VAX and Unix hosts.
TN3270 and TN5250 are protocols allowing Telnet-based LAN and WAN devices to emulate IBM 3270 synchronous terminals used for most IBM mainframe environments and applications and IBM 5250 synchronous terminals used in most IBM midrange AS/400 systems and applications.