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This exciting release includes the standard emulations you know from previous releases, plus a new, lower cost 'Open' product with only the ANSI, VTnnn and Minitel emulations for access to Open platforms.
The ANSI, VTnnn and Minitel emulations are of course included in the Bull DKU, VIP7800/VIP7700 and IBM 3270/5250 versions
This new release includes enhancements to Gweb Professional Edition and Gproxy Professional Edition. Gweb Professional Edition is further enhanced by the load balancing and license sharing support implemented in Gproxy Professional Edition.
In July 2000 Bull initiated a program in North America to introduce their customers to web-enablement of GCOS applications. The e-Business team chose G&R/Gweb Professional Edition, because it let them web-enable a typical application within days, with no changes in the GCOS application, and no programming effort anywhere.
Reinforcing an 18 year long cooperation between Bull and Gallagher & Robertson, G&R announces today that we will port our Gweb™, Ggate™ and Host Links™ applications to Bull's future line of Itanium™-based servers, that run the newest AIX® 5L (former 'Monterey/64'), 64-bit Linux and 64-bit Windows 2000
This release includes both 16 and 32 bit versions of Glink Standard Edition, as well as a Glink for DOS version that includes those changes that are appropriate to the architecture. It includes lots of new functionality, and should be an attractive upgrade to users.
On October 1st 1999 the Norwegian Directorate of Labour, their systems intergrator, Cinet, and the suppliers, including Gallagher & Robertson (Glink, Gmail, Ggate, Gspool and Guft), could celebrate the successful and timely conclusion of a project that has brought 4.000 users at 235 different locations, from Mandal in the south of Norway to Mehamn in the north, on-line using exciting new technology.
The first 32 bit version of Gmail for Windows 95 and NT, including a 32 bit MAPI interface to 32 bit mail-aware applications is ready. A compatible version for Windows 3.x users is also available, as is a text-based, functionally compatible version for DOS and UNIX.