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July 27, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Concord Communications Inc, based in Marlborough, Massachusetts, has introduced the next version of its network management system as Trakker: The Next Generation 3.0. It is claimed to have a C++ application framework, built-in Ingres, or Oracle or Sybase, relational database, graphical user interface, and interoperability with any third party management agents and network management systems. To be out in the autumn, it starts at $20,000 for the base console, plus $6,000 for each ring monitored.

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