What You Should Look for in a Terminal Emulator

Choosing a terminal emulator is no easy task. Initially the choice of solution will depend on the type of host you need to access, but beyond that there are many options available with widely varying price tags and features. We would, of course, recommend Turbosofts range of terminal emulation software, but then we might just be a little biased. If you're in the market for an emulator here a few things to consider.

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Happy 50th Birthday to the Mainframe

Today, as IBM celebrates the 50th anniversary of its System/360, mainframes are still managing 80% of the world’s corporate data.

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FAQs About TTWeb

TTWeb is Turbosoft’s web-to-host terminal emulation solution that supports host connections through a web browser or as a standalone solution. The single product providers over 80 emulations, automatic updates, and terminal configuration. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about TTWeb.

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A Guide to Turbosoft’s Emulation for Embedded Devices

Embedded devices are those used for specialised commercial or industrial applications. Point-of-sale terminals, industrial controllers and mobile scanners are some examples of embedded devices. These devices typically have a narrow function, with limited computing power and power demand. Commercial and industrial functions sometimes involve the need to connect with other terminals on an embedded device, and so Turbosoft has a terminal emulation program, TTWinCE, which is designed for Windows CE.

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