Wyse Terminal Emulation for Windows®
Flexible Licensing Options
Multiple Terminal Coverage
Comprehensive Wyse Support
Windows 8 & 10 Compatible
Industry Standard Encryption
Enhance with Hotspots
Paying too much for your terminal emulation?
High Maintenance costs a problem?
Transitioning from obsolete or unmaintained software?
Make the switch to Turbosoft and save with flexible licensing options and crossgrade discounts of up to 50%.
We make it easy to get the best for your business. Choose to crossgrade to Turbosoft and benefit from the support of our specialist terminal emulation team throughout the handover. We'll work with you to convert configurations, scripts, macros and tailor TTWin's look and feel to enable a smooth and trouble free transition to a modern, accurate and robust terminal emulator.
Terminal Emulators to Suit Every Operating Environment
At Turbosoft, our goal is to help your business succeed. With organizations leveraging a greater diversity of devices and operating systems than ever before, we want to ensure that every company can find the right tools for their team.
To that end, Turbosoft is proud to offer a range of local and web-based clients to suit all devices. From desktop clients running natively within Windows and Linux to mobile solutions for iPads and handheld devices running Windows CE or Windows Mobile, our goal is to make accessing mission-critical data on your host system simple and seamless.Businesses can further streamline their operations through the use of TTerm Connect. A fully featured, centrally managed terminal emulator, TTerm Connect delivers all the functionality of a desktop solution on any browser-enabled device. Requiring zero client install and offering a suite of centralized configuration, monitoring and management tools, TTerm Connect minimiszes time spent on maintenance, minimizing your upfront and ongoing expenses.
Wyse Terminal Emulators (Wyse 50 / Wyse 60)
Background to Wyse Terminals
Wyse was a very popular terminal manufacturer during the 1980s for two reasons. Firstly, their terminals were able to interface with multiple host systems, due to their ability to emulate other manufacturer’s hardware terminals, something Wyse referred to as ‘personalities’. The Wyse 60, for example, was able to adopt an astonishing array of terminal personalities including the VT100, the IBM3101, the Data General Dasher 200, ADDS Viewpoint and several Televideo terminals in addition to native Wyse personalities. This meant that companies were no longer obliged to buy multiple terminals or exclusively from their host supplier and could shop around for a better deal. This better deal was the second big selling point of the Wyse terminals, since they were priced at just over half the cost of their competitors.
The popular Wyse 50 was surpassed by the Wyse 60, which went on to be the biggest selling terminal ever. However, inevitably, the physical terminal became superseded by software terminal emulators using the wyse emulators.
Wyse terminal emulators from Turbosoft
Turbosoft’s TTWin 4 terminal emulator for Windows includes Wyse 50 terminal emulators (WY-50) and Wyse 60 terminal emulators (WY-60).Both are built on our tried and tested terminal emulator technology, delivering accurate, convenient, cost effective Wyse 60 emulator or Wyse 50 emulator performance to link your legacy systems with your team across both desktop and remote devices. Turbosoft offers Wyse 50 and Wyse 60 terminal emulators for a variety of platforms and devices including native Linux and Windows terminal emulation as well as Mac support through our web based terminal emulator TTerm Connect.