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Big Blue introduces high speed token ring NIC

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IBM has introduced a high speed Token Ring adaptor aimed at companies which want to migrate to higher speeds. At the same time, Big Blue introduced two PCI NICs which include Wake on Lan. The native high speed adaptor is a 100/16/4 unit giving a claimed speed of over 100Mbps and including autosensing. The high speed TR adaptor costs £190, while the 16/4 PCI adaptors cost £150 for the Wake on Lan version and £130 for the standard version. IBM said it is committed to supporting high speed Token Ring in the future. ® Click here for more stories

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