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August 10, 1988

NETWORK INFORMATION STARTS NEW SERVICE CALLED TIME DIAL

By CBR Staff Writer

Marubeni group value-added services company Network Information Service has started a high speed data transmission service called Time Dial, which makes use of the Nippon Telegraph public network: the network offers X25 and X32 support and an asynchronous start-stop service, both at 9,600 bps; the service uses TrailBlazer modems from Telebit Corp of Mountain View, California; there will be a fixed charge of between $230 and $270 including modem rental, plus usage charges.

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