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September 21, 1995

IBM AND STARWARE DEVELOPING UNIX-TO-AS/400 COMMS SOFTWARE

By CBR Staff Writer

Communications and data access software outfit Starware Inc, Berkeley, California and IBM Corp are jointly developing Unix-to-AS/400 communications software. The resulting IBM-Starware product – or products – will ship in the second quarter of next year. As part of the deal IBM, and StarWare will cross-license existing Unix-to-AS/400 communications products providing Windows and OS/2 access to AS/400 for file transfer, print spooling, data access and folder sharing transactions and provide a migration strategy for existing users. StarWare has also licensed technology from IBM providing access to IBM Licensed Programming Interfaces on the AS/400 for print service and 5250 terminal emulation, as well as access to Distributed Relational Database Architecture interfaces on IBM mid-range and mainframe systems. StarWare’s flagship product is StarSQL, an Open Data Base Connectivity-Distributed Relational Database Architecture driver and it considers itself an SNA expert. It has 40 employees, and is privately-held.

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