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MULTIVIEW 2000 VER. 4.0 BRINGS WINDOWS FUNTIONALITY TO UNIX.

JSB, Scotts Valley, Calif., a leader in desktop software connectivity solutions, has unveiled the new 4.0 release of its MultiView 2000 terminal emulation suite. MultiView 2000 4.0 is a 32-bit application that gives UNIX-based character terminals a graphical face-lift with Windows look-and-feel on the fly, seamless integration into corporate intranets and requires no re-programming. MultiView 2000 4.0 makes it easy for system administrators to enable legacy applications via zero admin toolsets on Windows 95/98 and Windows NT. "MultiView 2000 4.0 offers our customers a cutting-edge terminal emulation solution for enhancing their UNIX applications with the look-and-feel of Windows," said Scott Deutsch, vice president of marketing at Prophet 21. "JSB's technology allows us to provide our customers with a cost-effective solution that is proven, and easy to install and support." MultiView 2000 goes beyond traditional terminal emulation by giving users the ability to access legacy UNIX applications via the Web or desktop PCs without requiring costly redevelopment. MultiView 2000 includes a powerful set of "face-lifting" tools that provide users with a fully mouse-driven graphical user interface and control for UNIX applications, making them behave with the familiar Windows look-and-feel.

New MultiView 2000 4.0 Features: -- Central Administration: enabling zero admin toolsets for software installation, maintenance and upgrades. -- Integrated Multimedia support: providing UNIX applications with image, sound and speech capabilities. -- Face-lifting: providing high-level Windows look-and-feel enhancements including page dependent toolbars and pop-up menus, text substitution and Windows message boxes. "MultiView 2000 version 4.0 provides benefits for all levels of needs within an organization, from end-users to system administrators, as well as for integrators and resellers," said Andreas Mueller, vice president of marketing at JSB. "The legacy-based infrastructure of today's corporations represents an invaluable investment, and yet the UNIX-based applications and data access pose a formidable obstacle for companies as they view future data migration plans. "With the PC virtually representing the only client IT resource, MultiView 2000 version 4.0 today is the most cost-effective, value-added terminal emulation solution on the market." Pricing and Availability: MultiView 2000 version 4.0 is available as of October 12, 1998 and runs on Windows 95/98 and Windows NT platforms. Pricing starts at $199 for a single user license. A free-of-charge, 30-day demo copy of MultiView 2000 is available for download from JSB's website at www.jsb.com. About JSB JSB is a recognized leader in software-based desktop connectivity solutions and has provided many of the world's leading ISVs -- including Oracle, Intel and Novell -- with communications solutions. MultiView 2000, JSB's flagship product, is designed to bridge the chasm between UNIX legacy applications and the Windows interface. It features a robust 32-bit terminal emulation suite with graphical look-and-feel plus Web-to-host functionality and browser support for the Windows 95/98 and NT. JSB has offices in California, England and Denmark. The company's products are sold worldwide through a network of distributors, VARs and OEMs. For more information, visit JSB's Web site at www.jsb.com or call 408/438-8300.
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