Merger gives Nortel needed IP network punch

Rohde, David
June 1998
Network World;06/29/98, Vol. 15 Issue 26, p38
Trade Publication
Discusses Nortel Corporation's proposed acquisition of Bay Networks Incorporated. Views of Nortel executives on the company's penetration in the Internet Protocol (IP) market; Details on the IP access termination box called Internet Thruway, offered by Nortel; Comments from principal analyst at Gartner Group Incorporated's Dataquest division, Christopher Thompson; Reference to Nortel's performance in the IP switch market during April 1998.


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