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WRQ

(WRQ, Inc., Seattle, WA, www.attachmate.com) A software company that specialized in terminal emulation and NT-Unix integration products. Founded in 1981 as Walker Richer and Quinn, Inc., a consulting firm in minicomputer and mainframe applications, it introduced an HP terminal emulator for the PC in 1983, which later evolved into its Reflection line. WRQ also offered X Window, TCP/IP stacks and software metering. WRQ subsequently introduced its VeraStream line of application integration (EAI) products. In 2005, the company merged with Attachmate Corporation.
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Finnish IT security company F-Secure Corporation said on Wednesday (8 August) that it had signed an agreement with the US software company WRQ Inc on worldwide exclusive distribution of F-Secure SSH products.
The new releases are designed to provide a company with business and IT benefits through centralised management, enhanced security and more customisation features, according to WRQ. The latest version includes administrator, developer and end user options for working in a secure environment.
The company is essentially a terminal emulation software provider, which competes with the likes of WRQ, NetManage, Hummingbird and IBM.
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Formerly a division of WRQ Inc., the company recently received $8 million in first round financing.
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For companies choosing the terminal server route, WRQ supports both Microsoft and Citrix solutions.
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