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Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access
Bus-Tech has announced the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol

appc  such as APPN and APPC (LU 6.2), have adapted SNA to today's peer-to-peer communications and distributed computing environment. IBM's DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 continues to be a system of choice for managing the most critical data in the world's largest organizations. While mainframe systems manage the data, there is an increasing demand to integrate this data with applications running on Windows NT Servers providing client services to Windows, Unix, OS/2, and Apple client workstations. We are

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Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access


Bus-Tech has announced the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol to provide the highest possible throughput between Windows NT applications and DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 using IBM's DB2 Connect.

appc  such as APPN and APPC (LU 6.2), have adapted SNA to today's peer-to-peer communications and distributed computing environment. IBM's DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 continues to be a system of choice for managing the most critical data in the world's largest organizations. While mainframe systems manage the data, there is an increasing demand to integrate this data with applications running on Windows NT Servers providing client services to Windows, Unix, OS/2, and Apple client workstations. We are Read More