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May 3, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

San Jose, California-based Asante Technologies Inc announced a new range of Ethernet adaptor boards for the Apple Computer Inc Macintosh as part of its MacCon family. The boards are based on the company’s concurrent high-speed access with multiple packet technology which, the firm says, uses a 32-bit data path and pipelining to maximise efficiency. They incorporate the ST-NIC local network chip from National Semiconductor Corp. The MacCon-i series is said to support all Macintosh systems with NuBus or LC Processor Direct slots, and operating systems including System 7, AppleShare, NetWare for Macintosh, Pathworks, AppleTalk, TCP/IP, DECnet and A/UX. They can be used over 10Base-5, 10Base-2 and 10Base-T networks. Prices are $150 to $220 depending on the cabling medium and slot type.

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