Companies installing new thin client devices and personal computers don’t have to replace their old legacy terminals, according to Wyse Technology Inc who has announced the availability of its WyseWorks Terminal Suite of software. The San Jose, California-based dumb terminal maker says the Terminal Suite, which forms part of its new WyseWorks software family, enables personal computers and Windows thin client terminals in network environments to work together to access older legacy applications and more modern Windows applications. Users can seamlessly access legacy applications and data, and the terminals manufacturer believes it is offering organizations a way in which they can maximize investments in video display terminals. Clients connected to a server have access to terminal emulation via the Terminal Suite and a scripting language that can automate a series of functions including system logins. Wyse has also launched its WyseWorks Remote Administrator, designed to enable users to administer enterprise wide Winterm 2000 series installations more easily. The company launched Winterm back in 1995, and has now shipped some 50,000 units (CI No 3,148). The Terminal Suite is $500, and the Remote Administrator goes for $1,200.