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May 5, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Rochester, New Hampshire-based Cabletron Systems Inc has announced that it will provide full Fibre Distributed Data Interchange communications to users running the Vines network operating system and using products from Cabletron’s FDDI series of Desktop Network Interface boards and FDDI modules for its Multi Media Access Centre. Through the agreement, Banyan Systems Inc says that it will be developing FDDI client and server drivers for Vines, and will certify Cabletron’s MicroChannel and EISA adaptor boards for multimode, shielded and unshielded twisted-pair media. The boards to be certified include the F3069, F3019 and F3059, as well as the F7069, F7019 and F7059. No time lines were given for implementation.

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