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ICOM Informatics Announces HTML Conversion Software

ICOM Informatics has announced the integration of its Winsurf Internet Development (WID) tool into its Web-to-host solution, Winsurf Mainframe Access. WID is a terminal emulator which converts traditional, "green screen" terminal emulation data to full HTML documents. The HTML versions of the terminal data are viewable on a Web browser. In addition, WID serves as a set of tools for the development of custom front ends for traditional mainframe applications. This is accomplished with the ActiveX components that comprise WID.

Contact ICOM Informatics, (512) 335-8200, www.icominfo.com.

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