Full Line of Terminal Emulators for Widest Range of Hosts
Since 1993, Ericom's best-in-class PowerTerm Series terminal emulator products have been meeting a wide range of business host-access challenges. Increasing enterprise-wide productivity, Ericom's terminal emulators enable reliable, secure and easy access to accounting, inventory, management, and other mission critical applications.
Taking advantage of Ericom PowerTerm terminal emulators, organizations around the world are able to standardize on a single host access solution that supports over 35 terminal emulator types, while facilitating compliance with key industry and regulatory standards, including GLBA, PCI, FIPS, HIPAA, FISMA, SOX and JSOX.
Maximizes user efficiency and productivity with more features and faster key response than any competing solution
Seamless connectivity from PC to Host
• Terminal emulator providing simple, fast and effective means of running legacy applications provided by an extremely small footprint
Allows you to consolidate multiple emulators with one license
Multiple deployment options fit your existing processes or future direction
Enables you to record scripts in VB Script or Jscript to automate routine host activity
Provides a powerful scripting host editor and debugger for creating or editing script
API compatibility for HLLAPI, EHLLAPI and more
Replacement license program yields dramatic cost savings
FTP Client, SFTP Client, IND$FILE, Kermit (including get command), Xmodem, Ymodem, Zmodem, Transfer to/from clipboard, remote file browsing, ASCII, Data File Transfer
Auto print mode, print screen, slave printing, IBM 3270 printer session (IBM-3287), IBM 5250 printer session (IBM-3812), SNA LU1 and LU3 support, advanced printing (e.g. LPI & CPI), host print transform, override host settings, SCS printing
What Do PowerTerm Terminal Emulators Do?
In cases where you want to enable the PC to act and feel like a real host terminal, PowerTerm's Terminal display emulation emulates the display of the chosen terminal, presenting host applications exactly as they appear on an actual terminal. Once the PC connects to a host computer, you can perform all host operations as if the PC is an actual host terminal.
You can also use PowerTerm's Terminal keyboard emulation to emulate the selected terminal's keyboard by mapping the PC keys to match the host keys. Keyboard mapping definitions are stored in a .PTK file.
PowerTerm includes a powerful built-in programming language, PowerTerm Script Language (PSL), an extension of the industry standard TCL scripting language.
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PSL enables you to create scripts for automating functions, which can be mapped to clickable macro buttons. For example, you can create a PSL script which logs you in automatically. Scripts can be used to start PowerTerm, or anytime during a PowerTerm session. PSL is intended for users with programming skills.
PowerTerm enables you to use the standard Microsoft Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) mechanism to communicate with other Windows applications as a DDE client or DDE server application. You can learn more about Microsoft DDE here.
Click here for a product overview on how to connect to a session, use keyboard mapping, and configure the terminal emulator PowerTerm InterConnect. For larger enterprise deployments, we recommend using PowerTerm WebConnect, which centralizes configuration management and monitoring for easy deployment and maintenance. PowerTerm WebConnect HostView is the emulation component that contains many of the same features as PowerTerm InterConnect.
For more information on PowerTerm WebConnect legacy access, please email Sales@ericom.com