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NETMANAGE INTRODUCES FIRST TCP/IP FOR MICROSOFT WINDOWS NT-J (KANJI); CHAMELEON32 DISPLAYED AT MICROSOFT BOOTH AT COMDEX

 ATLANTA, May 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The world's first Kanji TCP/IP applications for Windows NT-J were today launched at Comdex/Windows World in Atlanta. NetManage demonstrated the Kanji version of its successful Chameleon32 TCP/IP for Windows at the Microsoft NT booth.
 "NetManage is clearly demonstrating that their early investment in Windows NT can now be applied worldwide. Chameleon32 running in Japanese on Windows NT proves their applications are ready for the future, and their customers will benefit," said Franz Rau, group manager at Microsoft.
 "The Kanji Chameleon32 is an indication of our commitment to being the leading supplier of TCP/IP for Windows. We have more Windows applications running on more versions of Windows than any other supplier," added Zvi Alon, president of NetManage.
 Globalization Planned from the Beginning
 According to the company, NetManage sees international markets -- particularly Japan -- as a strategic marketing opportunity. Because of this, NetManage has committed itself to developing the perfect localized version: Kanji Chameleon32 fully supports Windows NT-J files and directories in Kanji.
 The product supports the 6,000-character set, is fully compliant with JIS 7, Shift JIS (Japanese Industry Standard) and EUC (extended UNIX code), Japan's equivalent to America's ASCII.
 All menus and dialog boxes are converted to Japanese, including the help files.
 All documentation, including the user manual, are translated to Japanese.
 About Kanji Chameleon32
 Kanji Chameleon32 currently runs on Windows NT-J and is written to the Windows Sockets API standard announced by Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, NetManage and over 20 other vendors. Kanji Chameleon32 applications include Telnet (VT100, VT220), TN3270, FTP, Bind, TFTP, Bind and Finger.
 Price and Availability
 Chameleon32 is $495 and is shipping from stock. Kanji Chameleon32 will ship with Windows NT-J. A developer version is available from NetManage.
 NetManage, Inc. develops, markets and supports network communications tools for the Windows environment.
 NetManage, Inc., 20823 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, Calif., 95014; phone: 408-973-7171; fax: 408-257-6405.
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 /CONTACT: Fritz Mueller of NetManage, 408-973-7171, or Gary Chesnutis of Info-Catalysts, 408-562-6399, for NetManage/


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