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  • tbpatter tbpatter Jul 16, 1999 12:21 PM Flag

    Great news? I'll say!

    They have a G.Lite product, but is it ITU
    standards based (as the Intel press-release indicated
    their's would be)?

    And if they're website is
    outdated and there is currently a quite period on the
    company, then where is the information about GSPN

    Also note that at Supercomm Intel was using chipsets
    from Analog Devices (see:; GSPN is mentioned in this press-release

    I guess we will just have to see how all this will

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