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January 15, 1987

NATIONAL TELEPHONE SYSTEMS HAS DTI APPROVAL FOR THE LONDON 128

By CBR Staff Writer

National Telephone Systems from the Docklands Enterprise Zone in London, which acquired Ansafone for UKP2.3m in third quarter of 1986 has had its hybrid telephone system, called the London 128 approved by the Department of Trade and Industry: described as a mini-PABX-cum-key system, the top of the range 80186-based London 128 basic system costs UKP12,850 with 15 expansion slots, 20 exchange lines, 120 extensions, 64Kb EPROM and 32Kb RAM.

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