The Mitsubishi Electric PC Division, formerly known as Apricot, will not attend this year's Networks 97 Show but has not plans to exit the server market, it insisted today. James Blackledge, international marketing manager at the company, said: "The fact we're not going to the Networks show doesn't mean we're getting out of network servers." He said Apricot could not justify the cost of the Network Show and preferred to put its money into vertical shows for its FT 4200, formerly called the Shogun.
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