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September 17, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Sybase Inc, Emeryville, California yesterday launched three products for turning IBM MVS mainframes into network servers. Sybase Open Server for CICS provides access to all MVS data, applications and services; Open Gateway for DB2 offers the capabilities of Open Server for CICS plus an SQL-based gateway for turnkey access to DB2; and Net-Gateway is a network gateway that controls and monitors the communication between client computers and the IBM host. Open Server for CICS and Open Gateway for DB2 are Systems Application Architecture-compliant and support CPI-C, APPC and LU 6.2 protocols; the former is $75,000 to $155,000, the latter $100,000 to $210,000 from next quarter; Net-Gateway, $1,260 to $64,800.

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