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January 8, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:34pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Borland International Inc is to ship its Delphi client/server rapid application development tool for IBM Corp AS/400 systems in the next 45 days. Based on the company’s Delphi 2.0 for Windows and Windows NT, the Delphi/400 release has been made possible by AS/400-compatible communications and development technology Borland licensed from Paris-based Traitement Cooperatif & Integration de Systeme. According to Borland, this new release brings visual component-based development to the users of some 400,000 AS/400 systems world-wide. Borland also announced it has joined IBM’s AS/400 Partners in Development business program. Through this, the two companies hope to work together to promote Delphi-based software for the AS/400. Borland says the new release will deliver a Windows interface for the AS/400, enhanced by ScreenDesigner/400 specialized object classes. Pricing starts at $4,000.

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