Bay adds IP Service products

Niccolai, James
October 1997
Network World;10/27/97, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p33
Trade Publication
Discloses that Bay Networks Inc. has unveiled IP Services, a set of technologies and products aimed at helping businesses integrate new Internet Protocol-based applications with traditional network applications. IP Services' role as the cornerstone of Bay's Adaptive Networking architecture; Details of the product's rollout; Other new products; Prices; Contact information. INSET: Bay boosts IP options..


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