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February 7, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

First Pacific Networks Corp has developed what it claims is the first communications system capable of providing simultaneous transmission of fully switched voice, entertainment cable TV and high-speed data over a single wideband medium. The company has spent around $20m during the four-year project, producing a platform technology able to work independently, or in conjunction with, PABXs, support local area networking systems, as well as interactive video. The company has also begun work on a project for the US Department of Defense, through its First Pacific Federal Systems subsidiary, covering First Pacific Networks’ proprietary technology for command and control applications; the company claims it enables military commands to monitor and manage resources remotely and in real time. First shipments are scheduled for mid-April 1989.

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