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September 5, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

An intelligent Ethernet co-processor board, designed to fit into the VME slots of workstations from the likes of Sun Microsystems and Apollo Computer Inc, has been introduced by Communications Machinery Corp of Santa Barbara, California: the company claims that the 68020-based Ethernet Node Processor 100 allows greater Ethernet bandwidths, resulting in a 50% speed increase on Ethernet connections; it is $3,000 for the board, $1,500 for TCP/IP.

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