Mochasoft Updates TN5250 for Mac OS X
November 6, 2007 Alex Woodie
Got a Mac and need 5250 access? Then you might want to check out the new release of the Mocha MacX TN5250 emulator from Mochasoft, the German developer of emulation software that is so affordable, it is ridiculous.
Despite the annual autumnal celebration of Oktoberfest, the good folks at Mochasoft managed to release at least one update during October. Mocha MacX TN5250 version 1.8 brings several new features, including support for the new Apple aluminum keyboard, the addition of options, including “ignore help” and “fieldexit,” and the capability to handle double key input, such as Ž and š.
Mochasoft charges its standard price for Mocha MacX TN5250 version 1.8, which is $25 per PC, or $300 for an unlimited license. With those kind of savings, you could afford to outfit your entire company with Macs!
For more information and free trial downloads of Mochasoft’s range of solutions for accessing and printing from System i servers, mainframes, and Unix servers, visit www.mochasoft.dk.