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September 26, 1990updated 31 Oct 2022 11:49am


By CBR Staff Writer

Rochester, New Hampshire-based Cabletron Systems Inc has a new enterprise network management software system called Spectrum: the product uses the company’s breakthrough new Inductive Modeling Technology, which enables a single executive control server – on any local net in the connected enterprise – to deduce, correct and report problems to any number of Spectrum control consoles anywhere in the enterprise; it implements a highly graphical X Window user interface to flag a bad or questionable network component in an instant, showing its location on geographical maps, campus layouts, building plans or logical network topology maps and is claimed to steps to correct or minimise problems where appropriate; the hardware on which it runs is not mentioned, but the thing will be available early next year at from just under $50,000.

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