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June 12, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

London N22-based X-ON Software Ltd has signed an agreement with the Kiev State University in the Ukraine that will provide an electronic mail link and computer conferencing service between London and Kiev: initially aimed at academic institutions, with wider availability to follow, the conferencing facility will use the Caucus Computer Conferencing system to which X-ON has the European rights – Caucus is also used by, amongst others, British Telecom for its Campus 2000 academic network; the Kiev-London link will be available to anyone with a modem, either by direct dial, X25 or Janet, with tariffs coming in at UKP10 for up to two hours of dial-up access per month.

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