ZOC is a terminal emulator and telnet client. It lets you access character based hosts via telnet, modem, Secure Shell (SSH/SSH2), ISDN and other means of communication. It can be used to connect to Unix/Linux hosts and shell accounts, BBSes, 3270 mainframes (via TN3270 emulation) or internet muds. It's functions (like typed command history, scrollback, multiple window support, etc.) make it the preferred tool for people who have to access Unix shell accounts from a Windows platform. Linux admins will feel like sitting on their native console with ZOC's support for the Linux emulation with full colors, meta-keys and local printing.
Besides that, ZOC supports vt102, vt220 and several types of ansi as well as Wyse, TVI, TN3270 and Sun's CDE. ZOC also features major file transfer protocols like X-, Y- and Zmodem as well as Kermit and others. All these are offered in solid implementations that leave nothing to be desired.
ZOC is highly configurable and offers the usual terminal features like keyboard redefinition and scroll back buffer as well as some advanced and unique features among which are like a powerful script language, automatic triggering of actions based on received or typed text or a line trace feature.