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February 16, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

IBM Japan is ready with a Fax Server System that will enable the exchange of information received by facsimile between its 3090 high-end or 9370 low-end mainframes and the PS/55 Japanese version of the PS/2: the software for the mainframe end is $21,700, while that for the personal computer end is $2,325 plus $2,310 for the facsimile board that goes into the PS/55; the company argues that as well as cutting communications charges, the system will improve security – no faxes lying about.

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