Keyspan's SMART SERIAL 6 PCI card to be bundled with new Apple Remote Access Multiport Server.RICHMOND, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 17, 1996--Keyspan today announced an exclusive marketing agreement with Apple Computer (Nasdaq:AAPL AAPL Apple Computer, Inc. (stock symbol)
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AAPL Advocates for Arkansas Public Libraries ). Under the agreement, Keyspan's SMART SERIAL 6 will be bundled into the Apple Remote Access (ARA Ara or Arrah (both: ŭ`rə), city (1991 pop. 157,082), Bihar state, NE India, on the Son Canal. A major road and rail junction, it is the administrative center for a district that produces grain, sugarcane, and oilseed. ) Multiport Server 2.1.1, PCI (1) (Payment Card Industry) See PCI DSS.
(2) (Peripheral Component Interconnect) The most widely used I/O bus (peripheral bus). version. The bundle provides a cost effective solution for providing remote access to a Macintosh-based LAN (Local Area Network) A communications network that serves users within a confined geographical area. The "clients" are the user's workstations typically running Windows, although Mac and Linux clients are also used. and delivers a superior price-performance option for internet service providers Internet service provider (ISP)
Company that provides Internet connections and services to individuals and organizations. For a monthly fee, ISPs provide computer users with a connection to their site (see data transmission), as well as a log-in name and password. that utilize ARA.
Keyspan's SMART SERIAL 6 is a high-speed serial communications See serial transmission and serial. card designed for use in Mac-OS computers equipped with the PCI local bus. Each SMART SERIAL 6 can support up to six remote access sessions using the AppleTalk protocol. Multiple cards can be installed in one Macintosh to support up to 16 simultaneous sessions on one server, at a per-port cost that is less than older Nubus solutions.
Introduced in January 1996, the SMART SERIAL 6 has become the leading PCI serial expansion solution for Mac-OS web sites, bulletin boards, service bureaus, fax servers, and other communications server applications.
"We are pleased to be working with Keyspan to provide Macintosh customers with PCI serial expansion cards and software serial drivers that will be bundled with the ARA Multiport Server," said Ravi Rishy-Maharaj, product manager for Apple's networking and communications products. "The ARA solution offers a cost-effective solution for small and medium-sized businesses looking for Looking for
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"Keyspan's SMART SERIAL 6 is a perfect match for the next generation of Apple's remote access software," noted Mike Ridenhour, president of Keyspan. "In addition to support of AppleTalk and Internet-based protocols, the SMART SERIAL 6 is an ideal platform that can support other high-speed connectivity solutions."
Apple Computer, Inc., a recognized innovator in the information industry and leader in multimedia technologies, creates powerful solutions based on easy-to-use personal computers, servers, peripherals, software, personal digital assistants and Internet content. Headquartered in Cupertino, California, Apple develops, manufactures, licenses and markets solutions, products, technologies and services for business, education, consumer, entertainment, scientific and engineering and government customers in more than 140 countries.
Keyspan, a division of InnoSys Incorporated, provides communications products for Macintosh and Windows NT personal computers. InnoSys Inc., founded in 1973, is a leading provider of communications hardware and software to the airline and travel industry. Editors can reach Keyspan at 510/222-0131 ext. 102 (voice); or email@example.com (e-mail). The Keyspan web site is located at http://www.keyspan.com.
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