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AT&T PARADYNE TO BEGIN SELLING ACCULINK(R) CONTROLLER BY SEPTEMBER 1992

AT&T PARADYNE TO BEGIN SELLING ACCULINK(R) CONTROLLER BY SEPTEMBER 1992
 LARGO, Fla., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T Paradyne announced today that it plans to begin selling bandwidth-on-demand inverse multiplexers by September 1992.
 The new ACCULINK(R) Bandwidth Controller is the first product resulting from its partnering arrangement with Ascend Communications Inc., and can be used for applications such as: video teleconferencing, disaster recovery and backup, network overflow, imaging and LAN interconnect.
 "This announcement is part of our continuing commitment to hybrid networking with the ACCULINK family of WAN products," said Roger Dorf, chief operating officer.
 Customers will have the flexibility to seamlessly add the power of bandwidth-on-demand multiplexing to their ACCULINK networks.
 The ACCULINK Bandwidth Controller will be fully supported by AT&T Paradyne's installation and maintenance organization. Prices will range from $7,000 to $16,000, depending on configuration.
 "Ascend is pleased that our relationship with AT&T Paradyne has matured into a reseller agreement," said Rob Ryan, Ascend president and CEO. "Paradyne will serve as the focal point to channel our bandwidth- on-demand products into the customer base of the various AT&T organizations."
 AT&T Paradyne and Ascend will continue to cooperate in the development and distribution of unique products for wide-ranging networking applications in the global bandwidth-on-demand marketplace.
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 /NOTE TO EDITOR: ACCULINK is a registered trademark of AT&T./
 /CONTACT: Garrick Case of AT&T Paradyne, 813-530-8221; or Molly Miller of Ascend Communications, 510-769-6001/ CO: AT&T Paradyne; Ascend Communications Inc. ST: Florida IN: TLS SU: PDT


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