Exodus plans to ship version 1.21 of its Nterprise emulation software later this month. This allows users to run Microsoft NT applications on Java-based network computers, X terminals, and on workstations running on Alpha and PowerPC processors. Users can employ whichever graphical user interface they choose and can run multiple NT applications in one window with only one Nterprise licence. A five-user licence costs $1,495, a 10-user licence $2,795, and additional seats $250 each.
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