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May 20, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:39pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Cisco Systems Inc is selling off its suite of software products that join systems from Digital Equipment Corp to the internet. Masachusetts-based Process Software Corp is to acquire Ciscos MultiNet and MultiNet Secure/IP products for undsiclosed terms. Both products are for OpenVMS and enable Digitals VAX or Alpha systems to link to the internet and include TCP/IP applications and services, such as file access, electronic mail, browser, network and transport services. Cisco says it will stop shipping and supporting the products June 1, 1997. The MultiNet products were developed by TGV Software, a Santa-Cruz-based internet software developer acquired by Cisco for $115m in January last year. Cisco did some work developing the software, releasing enhanced versions in October last year adding remote support for CDDI, FDDI and Token Ring networks.

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