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May 4, 1994

A LOW-SPEED ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFER MODE INTERFACE PROCESSOR INTRODUCED FOR THE STRATACOM IPX

By CBR Staff Writer

San Jose, Caliornia-based StrataCom Inc has announced the immediate availability of the Asynchronous Transfer Mode Interface Processor, a T1/E1 (56Kbps/64Kbps) Asynchronous Transfer Mode User Network Interface for its IPX ATM switch. The company says that the product was launched in recognition that users were asking for lower-speed and consequently cheaper Asynchronous Transfer connections. Each module supports a single T1/E1 port, and is to cost $14,000 to $16,000. StrataCom claims that the product supports both the Physical Layer Convergence Protocol, initially defined by Switched Multi-Megabit Data Services standards, and the CCITT’s G.804 standard for mapping 53-byte Asynchronous Transfer Mode cells onto T1/E1 physical lines. StrataCom is planning a demonstration of T1 Asynchronous Mode at the NetWorld+InterOp show in Las Vegas this week, in conjunction with ADC Kentrox: the demonstration is designed to show interoperability between the IPX, a Cisco Systems Inc router, and the Kentrox Inc T1/E1 Asynchronous Transfer Mode Access Concentrator.

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