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October 27, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Compaq Computer Corp may not be on the best of terms with the chipmaker, but it has decided to adopt Intel Corp’s ProShare Personal Conferencing technology, and the two companies have set up teams to define a joint development strategy under which Compaq will offer video and data conferencing systems based on the Intel technology, enabling users to hold long-distance meetings at their desks. The company says it plans to incorporate the capabilities into every commercial Compaq desktop computer. The companies say they have outlined a plan to deliver integrated conferencing, beginning with joint marketing of off-the-shelf products. All of Compaq’s conferencing products will be interoperable and will comply with international telecommunications standards.

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