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Subject:Frame Relay Forum is on Internet From:Chuck Banks <chuck -at- ASL -dot- DL -dot- NEC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 Jan 1994 13:43:59 CST
For those interested in Frame Relay:
According to an article in Communication Week, by Annie Lindstrom,
the Frame Relay Forum is providing two new services:
o Frame Relay InfoExchange (FRF -at- INTEROP -dot- COM)
o Frame Relay Facts-by-Fax [(415) 688-4317]
CompuServers can reach the Frame Relay Forum by specifying
Also according to Ms. Lindstrom's article, Frame Relay
InfoExchange is a BBS that Internet and CompuServe users can access
to retrieve an overview of Frame Relay, Frame Relay Forum newsletters,
a directory of Frame Relay standards, and final copies of selected
standards. There's even a contact list of Frame Relay Forum
Check it out!
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