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February 12, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:34pm

ADVANCED MODULES PICKS NETWORK CONNECTION MULTIMEDIA SERVER

By CBR Staff Writer

Advanced Telecommunications Modules Ltd, of Cambridge, UK has gone to Alpharetta, Georgia-based The Network Connection Inc for a video and audio-on-demand server to be sold in combination with its own Asynchronous Transfer Mode modules and Internet Protocol switches. It has initially given The Network Connection a $2.5m OEM contract for 200 of its Cheetah multimedia servers for inclusion in its line of VIRATAstore video servers for resale worldwide, but orders worth $11m for up to 800 new servers to be delivered over the next 18 months, primarily for use in education applications, are in prospect over the next 18 months. Advanced Telecommunications Modules was spun off from Ing C Olivetti & Co SpA’s Cambridge Research Labs in 1993 with exclusive rights to commercialize its Asynchronous Transfer Mode technology. The British company has offices in Santa Clara and Tokyo.

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