Networking giant Cisco Systems is expected to integrate 56Kbps technology, based on developments between Microcom and Rockwell Semiconductor into three of its back end communications servers by the first half of next year.
The announcement, to be made next week, will be a welcome boost to the burgeoning 56Kbps market with Cisco becoming one of the first major manufacturers to announce support for the fast modem technology.
The company?s AS5200 communications server will be the first to support 56Kbps transmission speeds followed by its midrange 3600 modular router and the 2500 series in the third quarter next year.
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