Digital?s Network Products business unit is to integrate Microcom's modems into its new family of remote access servers, named DECservers.
The company claims the third party technology will provide DECserver customers with channelised T1 and primary rate ISDN at a fraction of the cost of competitive offerings.
Under the agreement, Microcom will manufacture, market and distribute a trio of Digital-branded modems - an external device, the Deskporte for Digital; the Travelcard for Digital PC card modem; and the ISPorte for Digital, a high-density rack-mount product. All the modems will be compatible with Digital?s family of remote access servers, the DECserver 900, 700, 90M and 90TL.
The products will be available from Microcom in December via the Digital channel and will range in price from $210 to $250.
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