Intel releases shared 'Net access device

Intel has released a combination modem and network hub that allows several people to share one Internet account. The InBusiness Internet Station 56K combines a 56Kbit/s V.90 modem and a four-port 10Mbit/s hub and is about the size of a paperback book.

Intel has released a combination modem and network hub that allows several employees in a small office to share one Internet account.

The InBusiness Internet Station 56K puts a 56Kbit/s V.90 modem together with a four-port 10Mbit/s network hub. About the size of a paperback book, the device is available now for an estimated street price of $US289.

Intel also released its InBusiness Network Setup Wizard software, which is included with the Internet Station 56K and with any of the company's InBusiness hubs or switches. The Wizard is available for download at http://www.intel.com/network/products/inbusiness/setupwizard.htm/ and also can be obtained on a CD. The software contains step-by-step instructions for setting up file and print sharing arrangements and connecting computers.

Additional information about the InBusiness product line is available by calling 1-800-538-3373 in the U.S. and Canada, +44-1-793-431-155 in Europe or +1-503-264-7354 for other international customers.

Intel, in Santa Clara, California, can be reached at +1-408-987-8080 or at http://www.intel.com/.

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