Many of our products are available here for evaluation. You are welcome to download fully functional versions free of charge, and test for a period of two or four weeks.
After the two-week evaluation period the license key will expire, and you or your company must request an extension or license the product if you continue using it. Production licenses are available from our distributors. Small scale licences of some key products are available from our webshop. We do not generally issue production licenses directly, but please contact us if you have any difficulties in obtaining a license.
Glink for iOS is a family of Apps for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch for terminal emulation and communication with legacy host systems. It includes terminal emulations for the Bull, IBM, Unix/Linux Systems and Public Information environments. It uses standard TCP/IP protocols for communications with the legacy systems, and can secure all protocols using Secure Socket Layer (SSL/TLS) encryption. It must be purchased from the App Store.
If you want to test one of the Glink applications for iOS, Glink, Glink 5250, Glink 3270 or Glink VT for iOS, before purchasing or if you need further information before purchasing the App, you can contact us by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. We can provide a promotional code for the Apple App Store that allows you to test Glink for iOS for 28 days.
Glink for Android is an App for terminal emulation and communication with legacy host systems. It includes terminal emulations for the Bull, IBM, Unix/Linux Systems and Public Information environments. It uses standard TCP/IP protocols for communications with the legacy systems, and can secure all protocols using Secure Socket Layer (SSL/TLS) encryption. It can be purchased from the Google Play Store or G&R's webshop.
Free Glink Lite versions of Glink for Android are now available on the Google Play Store! Glink Lite, Glink 5250 Lite, Glink 3270 Lite and Glink VT Lite for Android are Apps with Ads that allows you to try the Glink terminal emulation Apps for free before purchasing the full version of Glink with more features.
If you need further information before purchasing the App you can contact us by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glink for Windows offered here for download and evaluation is the latest version of Gallagher & Robertson's popular Glink terminal emulation program. It allows you to access core business applications running on mainframe systems directly from any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows workstation. It includes Glink API, which makes it available as a COM+ Object to your own Windows application programs.
GlinkProxy offered here for download and evaluation is the latest version of GlinkProxy Session Persistence Server for Glink Terminal Emulation Clients. The GlinkProxy application runs on a Windows server that typically is located near the host computer. It will allow the traffic from the mobile computers, tablets, or PCs with Glink to be routed through the GlinkProxy server to the host. The GlinkProxy server will retain the connection to the host application even if the connection to the client computers with Glink is lost. When Glink reconnects, the session with the host application will resume as if the connection was not lost..
Glink Professional has been certified under the Microsoft "Compatible with Windows 7" and "Windows 10 Compatible" logo programs. But it also runs on all Windows releases currently supported by Microsoft, including Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, 2012 and 2016.
Glink for Android brings you a high quality and proven emulator for your Android barcode scanners, tablets and smartphones. Glink is used to access applications running on Bull, IBM, DEC, UNIX and Linux host systems. Glink has emulations for the IBM 3270 and 5250 terminals, Bull terminals and DEC VT420, VT320/340, VT220, VT102 and ANSI 3.64 terminals.
GlinkProxy is a server application designed to provide persistent host connections for Glink clients running on Windows, Android, or iOS platforms where the connection from the client device is unreliable. This may be because the device enters sleep mode or goes out of Wi-Fi range. If the client connection to the proxy server is lost for some reason, the server will retain the connection to the host. This allows the client to reconnect to the server again and continue seamlessly from the point at which the connection was lost.