IBM tying Netfinity servers directly to mainframe

Songini, Marc
August 1998
Network World;08/24/98, Vol. 15 Issue 34, p21
Trade Publication
Discusses the plans of International Business Machines (IBM) Corp., to release its Netfinity ESCON Channell adapter card which will allow mainframe and Windows NT servers, to link across a computer network. Features of the card; Support given to IBM's MultiPath Channel Plus (MPC+) mainframe channel protocol.


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