Compaq debuts digital modem

Spooner, John G.
June 1998
PC Week;06/15/98, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p57
Trade Publication
Discusses the Compaq Microcom 705 Corporate Communicator, a modem from Compaq Computer Corp. which can operate on digital phone lines in private branch exchange (PBX) systems. Advantages to operating on a PBX; Security features; Software which comes with the modem; PBX systems it is compatible with; Speed of the modem; Pricing and availability; Contact information.


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