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January 23, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Dayna Communications Inc is to launch DaynaNet, a version of NetWare for Mac users. Developed with NetWare originator Novell Inc, DaynaNet consists of a server-based network operating system and a network interface card for the server. Available for LocalTalk, with an upgrade to Ethernet cabling, it provides file and print services to Macintosh and MS-DOS workgroups of up to 100 concurrent users per file server, while DaynaTalk PC cards allow up to four separate local nets to operate from a single server. The Salt Lake City, Utah company also claims that on mixed Mac and IBM networks, MS-DOS and Macintosh file sharing is transparent to any user. DaynaNet should be available this quarter, with DaynaNET for LocalTalk priced at $1,300.

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