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March 28, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Digital Communications Associates Inc, Alpharetta, Georgia, has won a powerful marketing ally for its System 9000 T-1 network processors. T-1 lines are digital phone lines that carry data at up to 1.544 Megabits per second, and Siemens AG, Munich has agreed in principle to market the System 9000 on an international basis. In return, Siemens has given Digital Communications rights to distribute its packet switching products and to use the Siemens packet technology in its future networks, and the two companies have agreed joint development of Integrated Services Digital Network interfaces for the System 9000. Siemens’ System 9000 marketing rights will be exclusive for West Germany and non exclusive for the rest of the world, excepting Canada, Japan, the UK and the US.

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