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July 23, 1990

CORVUS HAS NEW VERSION OF ITS READYNET LOCAL AREA NETWORK

By CBR Staff Writer

And Corvus Systems has a new version of its ReadyNet local area network that can be loaded entirely into Upper Memory between 640Kb and 1Mb, eliminating network software overhead: ReadyNet 1.2 supports MS-DOS 3 and 4 and volume sizes larger than 32Mb; ReadyNet loadable modules – print spooler and Virtual Console still reside in lower memory and will take from 40Kb to 50Kb if loaded by the user; it comes in 1Mbps and 4Mbps versions at $500 for two nodes, $250 for each additional one in the slow version, $850 plus $425 for the faster one, now.

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