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July 3, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Ricoh Co, long an agent for AT&T Co’s 3B2 machines, has introduced the AT&T Starlan 10 high-speed local area network for the most widely used personal computer family in Japan, the NEC Corp 9800: the boards enable a network to be built with up to 1,024 nodes and offers an Ethernet gateway; it requires a board in each machine and an NHU10 hub is needed for every 10 machines on the net; the product was developed and is manufactured and sold by Ricoh under contract to AT&T Japan.

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