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March 31, 1987

BRITISH TELECOM’S V29, V32 AND V33 MODEMS TO BE MARKETED IN US BY MITEL DATACOM

By CBR Staff Writer

British Telecom’s V29, V32 and V33 modems are to be marketed in North America by the Mitel Datacom unit of its 51% Canadian subsidiary: the DM4962X is a 9,600/4,800bps full duplex two-wire modem to CCITT V32 standards; the DM4141X is a 14,400/12,000/9,600 bps full-duplex four-wire trellis-encoded modem to CCITT V33; and the DM4960FTX is a four-wire private or two-wire Public Switched Telephone Network to CCITT V29, at 9,600/7,200/4,800/2,400bps; the modems were designed at Telecom’s Martlesham lab, but the company couldn’t immediately say which UK firm was manufacturing them.

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