FabulaTech updates Virtual Serial Port Kit. The program goes 5.2.2 and the new version features improved virtual serial port driver and CodeGear RAD 2007 and 2009 controls added to SDK. London, UK – FabulaTech announced launch of Virtual Serial Port Kit update featuring several enhancements and now the program is completely ready for download.
Virtual Serial Port Kit creates virtual serial ports and connects each pair of them via a virtual null-modem cable. So, all the data written to one virtual serial port can be immediately read from the other one, and vice versa.
Program quick details:
– Connects serial applications via virtual serial ports. All the data written to one virtual serial port can be immediately read from the other one, and vice versa.
– True virtual serial port driver. Virtual serial ports look and work exactly as real hardware serial ports.
– Runs as system service. Just configured, virtual serial ports are available at each system startup automatically, even prior to user logon.
Commenting on the program, Alan Rourke, one of the leading software developers at FabulaTech, said: “The program has been created using the two very important elements: simplicity and efficiency. It can be especially useful for serial software developers as it allows speeding up development process during debugging and data-logging period. You can debug your program (which uses serial port) by connecting it to another program (e.g. serial device emulator). You can connect ActiveSync directly to Pocket PC emulator using the program”.
Virtual Serial Port Kit ayes:
– The applications recognize virtual serial ports created by VSPK as the usual hardware serial ports.
– There is no need to waste money on different null-modem cables, because VSPK emulates all types of null-modem schemes.
– Hardware serial ports are not occupied. So they can be used for any other purposes.
– These are no cables hanging on the backside of your PC because all data transmission is being done inside.
The program is Windows and Windows CE ready. The price per license is $90.30 via the “Total Steal at FabulaTech” campaign till September 7