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Xbridge Systems Ports OS/390 Data to Windows

Xbridge Systems Inc. makes HTML and Dynamic HTML (DHTML) versions of OS/390 data available for its Xbridge Professional.

Xbridge Professional's HTML Bridge Interface component, which ships as part of Xbridge Professional, gives Windows 2000, NT, and 98/95 applications real-time access to OS/390 mainframe data. The new capability enables users to access mainframe information simply by pointing a browser toward the URL of the desired data. The data appears in real-time on the user's screen in the familiar browser format.

Contact Xbridge Systems, (800) 757-3282, www.xbridgesystems.com.

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