Secure 3270 and 5250 Terminal Emulators for Windows – with VBA
Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; Windows 8; Windows 2003; Windows 2008; Windows 2008 R2; Windows 2012; Windows 2012 R2; . Both 32-bit and 64-bit OS are supported
IBM Mainframe; IBM AS/400; Unix; Linux; OpenVMS; Data General; SCO; Tandem; HP-3000
IBM 3270; IBM ; IBM 3151; VT52 - 525; Wyse 50/50+/60/370; Televideo TVI 910+/920 - and over 30 more terminal emulator types
SSL*; SSH*; SSH Keys*; SFTP*; * PowerTerm Pro; Enterprise only
The PowerTerm Pro Series is Ericom Software's premier 3270 and 5250 terminal emulation solution for Windows that simplifies and extends legacy access functionality. Supporting a diverse range of hosts and emulation types, PowerTerm Pro enables corporations to standardize on a single host access solution. Featuring a customizable GUI, SSL, SSH and secure file transfer (SFTP), PowerTerm Pro and PowerTerm Pro/Enterprise offers a number of options, so corporations can choose the PowerTerm Pro product that meets their host, security, server and productivity needs.
Key Features & Benefits
Multi-host support for connecting to IBM Mainframe (zSeries), IBM AS/400 (iSeries), OpenVMS, Unix and other hosts
An intuitive and easy-to-use GUI (graphic user interface) that enables users to do their work quickly and efficiently.
Supports over 35 terminal emulator types, including 3270, TN3270, 5250, TN5250, VT and many others
Available for Citrix or Terminal Server Environments, PowerTerm Pro 3270 and 5250 emulation software is installed on a central server and accessed via a Windows desktop with per-user licensing.
3270 and 5250 emulation with a rich, user friendly interface that provides a high degree of customization
Additional features include Session manager for pre-configuring sessions, Power Script Language for recording tasks, Drag-and-drop tools for quick data accessibility and AS/400 DFT for easy file transfer between PC and AS/400 host
PowerTerm Pro was the best solution for our needs. Some products we looked at were too expensive, and exceeded our IT budget; others did not have the functionality we needed. In some cases, we encountered vendors who were simply not responsive to our needs. We realized that if we weren't getting a response from them before buying the product, we couldn't be sure that we'd get the right support from them as a customer.