Conklin Systems Releases CS ONLINE 2.2.0 for PalmOS

Conklin Systems announces CS ONLINE 2.2.0, a VT102/ANSI/Telnet emulator for PalmOS with extensive data logging and serial debugging features ideal for industrial and engineering applications.

EATON RAPIDS, MI (PRWEB) July 15, 2005 -- Conklin Systems is pleased to announce the release of CS ONLINE 2.2.0 for PalmOS, a VT102/ANSI/Telnet emulator with extensive data logging and serial debugging features ideal for industrial and engineering applications.

CS Online release 2.2.0 is, in a word, all about "color". 2.2.0 now supports ANSI color terminal emulation, making full use of color from Lynx, Vim, Emacs and other popular applications. CS Online now logs and highlights Input vs Output data, making diagnosing serial data far easier and approaching the capabilities of entry-level serial analyzers.

CS Online's new HTML logging mode is a breakthrough in data recording and analysis. With CS Online, you can now capture data directly on your Palm-powered device to a storage card in HTML format, fully highlighted and viewable both with an on-device browser and on the desktop. CS Online takes serial/bluetooth/IR emulation to the next level, with a product that can not only connect to nearly all serial devices, but can diagnose problems with them as well.

Conklin Systems acquired the popular Mark/Space product Online in 2005. Brian Hall, president and CEO of Mark/Space, Inc. notes, "With the 2.2 release, the first to add major new functionality since the transition, Conklin Systems has shown that Online is indeed in capable hands. The addition of new features both long needed in Online, and not available in any other comparable Palm OS software, shows both the commitment and capability of Conklin Systems."

About Conklin Systems
Founded November 1988, Conklin Systems is a consulting product developer focused on new product development and the commercial software marketplace. Conklin Systems has developed products for most major computing platforms, in embedded, handheld, desktop and server environments.

You can learn more about CS Online at http://www.conklinsystems.com/palm/

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