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Farabi Introduces HostFront 2.0 Host Access Solution

Farabi Technology Corp. announced the release of HostFront 2.0, which runs on Windows NT/2000 Server-based platforms. HostFront is a feature-rich product suite for developing, deploying, and managing e-business solutions that integrate IBM host systems with the Internet.

Included with HostFront 2.0 is a Rapid Application Deployment (RAD) design tool, which allows developers to create Web interfaces for enterprise applications. The RAD tool automatically generates HTML and ASP pages through drag and drop techniques.

HostFront 2.0 also includes management tools that allow advanced control of server resources and client access. Server operation can now be controlled via a downloadable Remote Administrator Console (RC), or through a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, from any Windows-based system over the Internet.

Contact Farabi, (800) 565-3455, www.farabi.com.

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