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May 26, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Seattle, Washington-based PageAhead Software Corp has a new client-sever database communications tool that it says enables developers to turn Unix applications into Open Data Base Connectivity-enabled client-server applications without re-engineering data. Simba/Engine C/S, which has client and server components, can access proprietary, non-SQL data on Unix systems, the company claims. SimbaClient (an Open Data Base Connectivity driver) packages ODBC SQL calls from a Windows application and sends them on to SimbaEngine on the Unix server, which sends processed results back to the client. SimbaEngine is up under AIX, Santa Cruz Operation Inc Unix and Solaris, with other Unix versions scheduled – Mac and OS/2 SimbaClients will follow the initial Windows offering. Prices go from $12,500.

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