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Serengeti Introduces New 3270 Emulator

Serengeti Systems Inc. has entered the 3270 emulator space with their new 3270Link software.

Unlike a basic green-screen emulator, 3270Link offers advanced keyboard mapping, screen capture, OLE compatibility features, for customers seeking an alternative to both basic and bloated emulation solutions.

Serengeti provides free support to all of their customers, and the company plans to continue their tradition of support for customers.

Later this year, Serengeti will roll out their StationMaster which gives administrators the ability to deploy 3270Link remotely to desktops across the enterprise.

The 3270Link will ship in April.

Contact Serengeti, (800) 634-3122, www.serengeti.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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