PowerTerm Interconnect
PowerTerm Interconnect
9.1

3.4

PowerTerm Interconnect free download for Mac

PowerTerm Interconnect

9.1
29 November 2009

Emulator for running legacy host-based apps.

Overview

PowerTerm InterConnect is a terminal emulator that provides comprehensive emulation support via various communication modes and meets the host access needs of any organization. PowerTerm InterConnect Mac OS X supports IBM Mainframe, IBM AS/400, UNIX, OpenVMS, Tandem, ANSI, Data General, Wyse, Televideo and more. PowerTerm InterConnect Mac offers state-of-the-art capabilities including: SSH and SSL security, customizable function keys, multiple concurrent sessions, scripting, menu bar, scalable and selectable fonts, intelligent copy and paste, printing and more.

What's new in PowerTerm Interconnect

Version 9.1:
  • Support for Mac OS X versions: 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard, 10.4 Tiger, 10.3 Panther and 10.2 Jaguar.
  • Fixed a display issue when scrolling in vt-100 mode.

2 PowerTerm Interconnect Reviews

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Anonymous
12 November 2004

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$149 for a terminal emulator? Between MacWise and this product, these companies sure think there software is special. Why can't there just be a TE taht has a fair price tag? Why does a TE end up having to cost so much? Yes, I know the authors of this software have a fancy-dancy website, but I can buy a half dozen used terminals for the cost of one of their licenses.
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Version 7.1.5
Bgarlock
25 March 2009
By far the best SCO ANSI emulation I have found on this planet. Just wish they would make a Universal Binary, and add Tabs. Other than that, it is a great terminal emulator. If you are a Unix geek that connects to many, many different types of Unix systems, you need something like this, or you had better be real good at hacking terminfo files. This is the *only* terminal emulator I have found for the Mac that properly emulates SCO Ansi, along with the proper function key mapping.
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Version 7.1.8
Anonymous
12 November 2004
$149 for a terminal emulator? Between MacWise and this product, these companies sure think there software is special. Why can't there just be a TE taht has a fair price tag? Why does a TE end up having to cost so much? Yes, I know the authors of this software have a fancy-dancy website, but I can buy a half dozen used terminals for the cost of one of their licenses.
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Version 7.1.5
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Anonymous
Anonymous
20 March 2005
I will concede the issue of the lower prices available for used terminals but I had used a shareware (fee paid) program called Z-Term for a number of years and even in Classic once or twice. But one does have to consider the niche the programmer is writing for as well. Not too many medium to large companies use that many direct to to mainframe terminals and have gone to a more web-based scenario along with a client-server model.
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Version 7.1.7
Free

3.4

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
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