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BLAST

BLAST Product Overview

BLAST Data Pump Products
  • BLAST Data Pump - Automated file transfer tool for Windows-95 and Windows-NT.
  • BLAST Data Pump Application Server - Application Server licensed version of BLAST Data Pump for use by multiple users on a single machine. Requires Windows Terminal Server or Citrix WinFrame for operation.
  • BLAST Data Pump File Server - File Server licensed version of BLAST Data Pump for use by multiple users on a LAN.
BLAST DOS Products
  • BLAST Professional DOS - Terminal emulation, remote control, interactive and automated file transfer for DOS PCs. Compatible with: Windows-3.1, Windows-95, and Windows-NT.
  • BHost - BLAST file transfer and remote control host program for DOS PCs. Compatible with: Windows-3.1, Windows-95, and Windows-NT.
  • BLAST Professional DOS Server - File Server licensed version of BLAST Professional DOS for use by multiple users on a LAN.


BLAST Unix Professional
  • BLAST Professional UNIX - Terminal emulation, remote control, interactive and automated file transfer for SCO Open Server 5.
BLAST Unix Workstation Products
  • BLAST Professional 10.8.1 Workstation - Pass-Through terminal emulation, interactive and automated file transfer, and FTP protocol support for Data General DG-UX, Compaq Tru64 UNIX, Hewlett Packard HP/UX, IBM AIX, Linux, SCO Open Server 5, SCO UnixWare 7, Sun Solaris 2 and SGI IRIX.
BLAST VMS Products
  • BLAST Professional for VMS - Pass-Through terminal emulation, interactive and automated file transfer for VAX/VMS and Alpha VMS.

For details of these and other systems supported phone Open Communications.

  

The communications software solution offered by Open Communications is BLAST™, from BLAST, Inc. This offers a multiplicity of terminal emulators together with a unique sliding window protocol. BLAST™ allows constant streaming of data and simultaneous transmission of remote system commands during file transfer. The protocol transmits data across a variety of circuits, including satellite links, cellular systems, ISDN lines, X.25 connections and local networks.

The protocol is remarkably resilient to poor quality connections, prematurely dropped lines, propagation delays and noise. Alternatively, for less demanding environments the popular X-Modem, Y-Modem, Z-Modem, Kermit and FTP protocols are available.


Open Communications International
Colonial House
Leiston
Suffolk, IP16 4JD

+44 (0) 1728 832 712
+44 (0) 1728 830 196


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