Bay Networks said today that 3Com had made false claims that it is the first to produce Token Ring/ATM emulation.
3Com issued a release today saying its new Token Ring switching system containing LAN emulation (LANE) software was the first. Scott Lindsay, director of marketing at 3Com, said: ?3Com is providing yet another proof point in its strategy to integrate Token Ring networks with any networking technology that customers may have or plan to implement.?
But that led Bay Networks to accuse 3Com of bad faith. Trevor Dearing, network product manager at Bay UK, said: ?We?ve had this for a good few months and so has Madge. Once again they [3Com} are making false claims.?
3Com had no comment to make at press time.
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