Intel makes inroads in the LAN

Daniels, Jodi
October 1997
Network World;10/27/97, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p28
Trade Publication
Looks at Intel Corp.'s strategies in the network infrastructure market. Intel's impact on competitors 3Com Corp. and Bay Networks Inc. in the workgroup market; Key acquisitions and partnerships made by the firm in 1997 to better position itself in the local area network (LAN) workgroup market; Integration of LAN on the motherboard.


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