NEWBRIDGE RECEIVES $3.75 MILLION ORDER FROM UNITEL
NEWBRIDGE RECEIVES $3.75 MILLION ORDER FROM UNITEL KANATA, Ontario, Jan. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Newbridge Networks
Corporation (NASDAQ-NMS: NNCXF) announced today that the company has received follow-on orders totalling $3.75 million from Unitel Communications Inc. The orders are for a wide range of Newbridge products including the 3645 MainStreet(R) High Capacity Bandwidth Manager and the 4602 MainStreet Intelligent NetworkStation(TM).
"I am especially pleased to announce this follow-on business from Unitel, a company known for its leadership in providing innovative communications solutions. These orders reconfirm the capability of Newbridge products to provide advanced, flexible networking for major carriers," commented Newbridge Chairman Terry Matthews. Unitel Communications Inc. is Canada's national telecommunications facilities-based company with coast to coast fire optic and digital microwave networks. Unitel customers include small and large businesses as well as federal and provincial governments. Newbridge Networks is an international company which designs, manufactures, markets and services high performance, standards-based networking products for global LAN and WAN applications, all manageable by a single, graphically rich network management system. Facilities are located in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia. Newbridge Networks Corporation is a public company whose common shares are listed for trading on The Toronto Stock Exchange (NNC) in Canada and quoted for trading on the NASDAQ National Market System in the United States. -0- 1/23/92 /CONTACT: Jim Marshall or Sandra Plumley of Newbridge Networks, 613-591-3600/ (NNCXF) CO: Newbridge Networks; Unitel Communications Inc. ST: Ontario IN: TLS SU: CON SH -- NY065 -- 2833 01/23/92 13:10 EST
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|Date:||Jan 23, 1992|
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