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LANTRONIX INTRODUCES THREE ETHERNET DEVICES FOR MAKING CONNECTIONS TO EXISTING NETWORKS EASIER OR FOR CREATING SMALL STANDALONE NETWORKS

 LAGUNA HILLS, Calif., July 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Lantronix today announced the introduction of three Local Network Interconnect (LNI) products which can either enable up to eight devices to share a single Ethernet network connection, or allow the devices to form their own network.
 When used with existing nets, the products allow up to eight nodes to be connected through a single tap, or transceiver -- making the connections simpler and saving on the cost of up to seven transceivers. The three models announced (LPM2, LPM4 and LPM8) have 2, 4, or 8 ports for external devices and one for connection to the network. Both the network and node ports use IEEE 802.3 compliant AUI interfaces.
 LPMs also function in a standalone mode for setting up 2-, 4-, or 8-node local networks. In this mode, they replace up to eight transceivers and the coax segment that would be used to interconnect them, and require no external power supply.
 Features include:
 -- Jabber protection on each port to prevent a problem node from disrupting the entire network
 -- Selectable Heartbeat function for standalone use
 -- Separate jabber and receive LEDs for each node port
 -- Power, collision and OK LEDs to show unit status
 The three LPM models are priced at $325, $425, and $595, in unit quantities, and are available off the shelf.
 Headquartered in Laguna Hills, Lantronix supplies a growing line of Ethernet connectivity devices, which it offers through direct sales, resellers, and its own direct mail catalog. Among its other products are multiprotocol printer servers, terminal servers, repeaters, and transceivers.
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 /CONTACT: Mark Galbraith of Lantronix, 714-348-3126/


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