The first fruits of the merger of USR and 3Com has resulted in the introduction of a product aimed at giving enterprises abilities formerly only available to ISPs and telcos.
Bow Bowden, European product marketing manager at 3Com, said that the integration of USR?s Total Control technology into Superstack, resulting in the Superstack II, was the first big product to emerge from the union.
He said that the Superstack II 3000 series will support between 30 to 180 ports at a price of around #169 per port.
?The product takes technology for ISPs and telcos and now makes it available for enterprises,? Bowden said. ?It is now in a more suitable office-style chassis.?
He said that the difference between ISPs and corporations was that the former needed dial-in capabilities, while the latter needed a mixture. The product has been updated to support both IPX and Apple dial-outs, he added.
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