Amadeus Protocol

Amadeus Protocol was promised by DiRen in the summer of 1995 - it is unknown if this was ever released, or was just vapourware.

Amadeus Protocol was designed to run either on the Sinclair QL or on a PC under DOS, and allowed you to access the operating system of any computer connected to the Amadeus Interlink network.

The software provided access to remote files on the other computers (using a directory device drive AFS1_ to AFS8_ on the QL), as well as the ability to access ports on remote devices (such as a serial or parallel port, or the screen). Protocol was to include a messaging system and password security access and even direct access to operating system calls on the remote computer.

Protocol was to be supplied in two versions - a version for up to 10 terminals, and a version for up to 50 terminals.


Title: Amadeus Protocol
Language: Unknown
Author: Unknown
Publisher: DiRen
Year of Publication: 1993
Platforms Suitable for: All Sinclair QLs and Compatibles
Commercial Status: Commercial
Price as at June 1995: £39.50 (anticipated)
Reviews: Unknown
Sources Available from: Unknown
Latest Version available from: Unknown

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