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Hewlett-Packard Co has been demonstrating prototype Asynchronous Transfer Mode-based high-speed communication systems in Paris this week that it claims enable networks to operate up to 50 times faster than those currently available; the prototypes include Asynchronous Mode interfaces for HP Apollo 9000 Series 700 workstations and an Asynchronous Transfer switch that it says provides a cost-effective workgroup system; Hewlett’s contributions to the technology include low-cost fibre optic parts to be used in Asynchronous products, and work with the ATM Forum to standardise 51Mbps ATM over twisted-pair.

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