NCs not forgotten by all

Nerney, Chris
July 1998
Network World;07/27/98, Vol. 15 Issue 30, p14
Trade Publication
Presents information on the number of companies that are interested in network computers (NC). Examination of the JavaStation NC from Sun Microsystems Incorporated; Identification of some of the companies interested in NCs; Comments from Noreen Henry, senior development director of The Sabre Group.


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