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March 1, 1988

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS’ 10NET UNBUNDLES ITS SOFTWARE FOR TOKEN RING, PC NETWORK

By CBR Staff Writer

The 10Net Communications Inc division of Digital Communications Associates Inc, Alpharetta, Georgia has announced the unbundling of its 10NET local area networking software for use on the IBM Token Ring and PC Network interface cards. Scheduled for April availability, the product will sell for $395 per node. The 10NET software is standards-oriented, claimed Arnie Lapinig, 10NET’s vice president of marketing. It adheres to NetBIOS standards and supports the SMB protocol suites, which are the same ones used by Microsoft’s LAN Manager, the LAN Server and MS/NET. The decision to unbundle our software was made in response to the many requests that we have received from the corporate world, said Lapinig. The company, formerly Fox Research Inc, says that it plans to support other network cards in the future.

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