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Robelle's Qedit for Windows Now Integrated with Bradmark's MPE Command Center

Robelle and Bradmark Form Alliance to Distribute Both Products with all Demos Shipped

Surrey, B.C.; July 26, 1999 - Robelle Solutions Technology Inc. today announced that its Qedit for Windows client/server editor is integrated with Bradmark Technologies' MPE Command Center. The combination of MPE Command Center and Qedit for Windows provides MPE users with a complete Windows-based solution to handle everything from system administration and file management to text and data file editing and source code development. No longer do HP 3000 IT staff need to learn the intricacies of the MPE environment-MPE Command Center and Qedit for Windows, both cutting-edge solutions, bring an unprecedented ease-of-use to HP 3000 system management and programming.

Brad Tashenberg, CEO of Bradmark, said, "It is a natural extension of the MPE Command Center to integrate the leading editor Qedit. The ability to move yet one more character-based task into the Windows environment moves user productivity even further ahead."

David Greer, President of Robelle, comments "The integration of MPE Command Center and Qedit for Windows definitely makes sense as the two client/server products complement each other. Both products will appeal to HP 3000 users who prefer a Windows environment, particularly junior IT staff or anyone who is new to the HP 3000 platform."

Robelle and Bradmark have agreed to a joint distribution program whereby both companies will provide Qedit for Windows and MPE Command Center on all demos shipped. With MPE Command Center Version 2.0, to be released early fall of 1999, Qedit for Windows will be the default editor. Correspondingly, all Qedit for Windows MPE demos will include Bradmark's Command Center which gives demo users the option to review both products.

At the upcoming HP World conference in San Francisco, Robelle will be demonstrating both Qedit for Windows and MPE Command Center at vendor booth #1815. Similarly, Bradmark will be demonstrating the integration of the two products at the Bradmark booth (#1401).

About MPE Command Center:

MPE Command Center is comprised of two modules, the MPE Command Console and WinMPE. The Command Console allows IS Administrators to monitor all their systems enterprise-wide from a single Windows NT server or workstation, either locally or remotely. WinMPE provides a Windows GUI presentation of the MPE operating system for managing users, files, and system operations via Windows drag-and-drop functionality. More details at

About Qedit for Windows:

Qedit for Windows is Robelle's client/server editor, which edits host HP 3000 and HP-UX files as well as PC and PC network files from a Windows- based GUI. Qedit for Windows is highly scaleable in its ability to handle both small and very large files and in its performance across both local office networks and remote connections. For more information, see

About Robelle Solutions Technology Inc.:

Robelle has been providing software solutions for the HP 3000 since 1977. Flagship products are Qedit full-screen editor and Suprtool database extract and sorting tool which run on both the HP 3000 and HP- UX. With Qedit for Windows, Robelle adds client/server functionality to the Qedit product line, continuing a twenty-year commitment of providing IS professionals with highly reliable software and outstanding technical support.

About Bradmark Technologies:

Bradmark is the Houston-based provider of database utility software with more than 10,000 customers worldwide. Bradmark's DBGeneral offers a comprehensive family of database management tools, providing a single source for managing all aspects of enterprise-wide databases. Bradmark provides 24-hour technical support every day.


Editorial Contact:

        Nicky Gunther
	Robelle Solutions Technology Inc.
	Tel: (604) 582-1700

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