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December 2, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

British Telecommunications Plc yesterday reported from San Jose, California that its Frame Relay fast packet service – called ExpressLane – is now available internationally, even though it is not launched here until today (CI No 1,814). It claims that it is the first international value-added network to provide Frame Relay on a global scale. ExpressLane is a high-speed local area network interconnection service and is now commercially available in London and Paris as part of the Global Network Services, and will be available in Amsterdam and Frankfurt in early 1992. The company says it is also considering additional offerings of higher bit rate access speeds between 56/64Kbps and 1.544 Mbps.

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