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Emulation in a Thin Client Package? That's Affirmative!
<p>Written by Thomas Stockwell</p>
<p>Wednesday, 23 February 2005 17:00</p>
<p>Terminal emulation is one of those specialized areas that harken back to the days of the hardwired terminals, like the 5250 units that IBM sold as display stations. Customers wanted cheaper, more functional workstations, and vendors responded with equipment and/or software specifically designed to bridge the gap between IBM's technical requirements and the customer's desires for functionality. Terminal emulation, as a technology, is one device <em>pretending</em> to be something different: a translator of one computer datastream into another.</p>
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