VT100


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VT100

An early computer video terminal. Its technical aspects became standard for later models. It was introduced in 1978 and replaced by the VT200 in 1983.
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It will interface with AT&T's Sceptre terminal and Frame Creation Systems, as well as Prestel and Digital's VT100 terminals.
Telnet, SLIP, PPP, local VT100 terminal access and remote modem access are provided for total management and control on the 1020, 1030, 1040 and 1050 Standalone Enclosures.
SSH, Telnet, VT100, IBM3270) as well as applications from vendors such as Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Siebel, Symantec and Citrix.
Additional highlights of the new HST-3000 include: qualifying the copper pair for HDSL or T1 with the full array of standard copper measurements including wideband loss and noise, DVOM, TDR, balance, and load coil detection; evaluating the performance of the HDSL circuit using the HST's VT100 option to extract, analyze and store HDSL performance data including margin and attenuation; verifying the T1 service with standard T-BERD BER testing; lowering repeat rates and improving efficiency with automated close out and scripted pass/fail tests; laptop/PC integration via Ethernet and serial connections provide easy results transfer; and rugged weather resistant design ideally suited for field use.
Lead developer at Epoch Integration, Charles Baptiste, explained that customers can use NeedTEXT Shell to bypass expensive web-to-host middleware when deploying AS/400 applications to wireless users: "With NeedTEXT Shell, mobile users interface with their current AS/400 applications via the software's VT100 terminal emulation, directly on their BlackBerry handheld.
Unlike the cumbersome three product approach used on the market today that forces technicians to rely on a copper test set, a T1 BERT tester and a computer, the HST-3000 conveniently combines copper qualification, T1 BERT, and VT100 into one lightweight and weather resistant solution.