IBM adds zing to Token Ring

Songini, Marc
July 1997
Network World;07/28/97, Vol. 14 Issue 30, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on IBM Corp.'s plans to introduce faster Token Ring personal computer adapters. Products' processing speed; Company's goal with the products; Challenges from competitor companies; Expected features of additional Token Ring products; Compatibilities.


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