Yrrid Introduces TerminalOne for Mac OS X
Chapel Hill, NC. February 06, 2006 -- Yrrid Software, Inc. today announced the release of TerminalOne, an xterm, VT102, VT220, VT320 color terminal emulator for Mac OS X.
A native Mac OS X application written from the ground up in Cocoa, TerminalOne takes full advantage of the power of OS X to create an accurate and powerful xterm and VT terminal emulator. TerminalOne requires Mac OS X 10.4. It is a Universal Binary supporting Intel and Power PC.
Christopher Lloyd, CTO of Yrrid Software, Inc., said, "Mac users expect the best and our latest product, TerminalOne, meets their expectations. While the OS X terminal application, Terminal, has been one of the best around, Yrrid's TerminalOne offers new capabilities - tabbed sessions, high quality VT320 terminal emulation, and scalable graphics characters. TerminalOne is a terrific product for anyone who is now using Terminal and is looking for more features."
A fully functional and free download is available with a generous 30 minute time limit on sessions. “You really can try the application before buying,” said Lloyd, adding, “We think TerminalOne is an exciting new application for OS X and look forward to bringing more terminal emulation options to this community."
TerminalOne is available for $39 for a single-user license, and can be downloaded from:
Yrrid Software, Inc., founded in 1992, provides proven, modern legacy connectivity, legacy integration and legacy extension products.
For further information contact:
Yrrid Software, Inc.
507 Monroe Street, Chapel Hill NC 27516
Tel: +1 919 968-7858 Fax: + 1 919 968-7856
Yrrid, the Yrrid logo, Legacy Objects Framework, Legacy Objects FrameworkEnterprise, and Cables.Web are trademarks of Yrrid Software, Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.