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Towards the end of the month, IBM is due to introduce a flurry of new products, including chip sets for use in adaptors for the RS/6000 (as part of its new OEM portfolio); new intelligent hubs to join the 8260 announced in February; and a wide area network switch for Asynchronous Transfer Mode. At present, no more details were forthcoming, but the products are due to be formally revealed at a series of briefings planned for June 27. Meanwhile PC Week reports that the company is also planning to release a portfolio of wireless local network products next month, including Micro Channel, AT and PCMCIA adaptor boards as well as software add-ons for OS/2 and Novell Inc NetWare servers.

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