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July 11, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Lotus Development Corp has announced new wireless capabilities for cc:Mail, in conjunction with RAM Mobile Data and Intel Corp. The cc:Mail Wireless Pack is designed to enable mobile users to send and receive messages over RAM’s radio networks using the new AT-compatible Intel Wireless Modem. It will be offered for use with both cc:Mail Remote for MS-DOS and cc:Mail Mobile for the Hewlett-Packard Co’s HP 100LX palmtop personal computer. It will ship within 45 days and is the first in a series of products for one- and two-way wireless support of Lotus’s products. Future versions of wireless cc:Mail, currently being tested, will support multi-session configurations using the cc:Mail Multisession Router for OS/2, and connection to RAM’s networks via X25 leased line or public data networks. The cc:Mail Wireless Pack will be bundled with an Intel Wireless Modem and will have an introductory price of $775, being sold directly from Intel.

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