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From Daryl Beattie <Dar...@screamingmedia.com>
Subject RE: encoding problem (unicode 0x12 found in UTF-8 document)
Date Fri, 15 Dec 2000 18:13:30 GMT
Dear Xalan developers,

	Okay, from what I understand, I was feeding Xalan valid
"UTF-8"-encoded documents, but they were not valid according to the
XML-Unicode standard that is available at
http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/REC-xml-20001006#NT-Char, as Gary mentioned. To
that effect, I have dropped (yes, dropped, not escaped!) all the invalid
characters, because they apparently shouldn't have been there in the first
place. I quickly wrote the following piece of code to do the job:

    /**
     * This method ensures that the output String has only
     * valid XML unicode characters as specified by the
     * XML 1.0 standard. For reference, please see
     * <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/REC-xml-20001006#NT-Char">the
     * standard</a>. This method will return an empty
     * String if the input is null or empty.
     * 
     * @param in The String whose non-valid characters we want to remove.
     * @return The in String, stripped of non-valid characters.
     */
    public String stripNonValidXMLCharacters(String in) {
        StringBuffer out = new StringBuffer(); // Used to hold the output.
        char current; // Used to reference the current character.

        if (in == null || ("".equals(in))) return ""; // vacancy test.

        for (int i = 0; i < in.length(); i++) {
            current = in.charAt(i); // NOTE: No IndexOutOfBoundsException
caught here; it should not happen.
            if ((current == 0x9) ||
                (current == 0xA) ||
                (current == 0xD) ||
                ((current >= 0x20) && (current <= 0xD7FF)) ||
                ((current >= 0xE000) && (current <= 0xFFFD)) ||
                ((current >- 0x10000) && (current <= 0x10FFFF)))
                out.append(current);
        }
        return out.toString();
    }

	which is in actuality a temporary fix until I properly implement the
Writer interface or extend the OutputStreamWriter that I am using. The above
code is useful because it ensures no invalid XML-Unicode characters appear
in the returned String.
	Thanks for all your help out there. :)

Sincerely,

	Daryl.



-----Original Message-----
From: Daryl Beattie [mailto:DarylB@screamingmedia.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 13, 2000 3:30 PM
To: 'xalan-dev@xml.apache.org'
Subject: encoding problem (unicode 0x12 found in UTF-8 document)


Dear Xalan developers,

	I keep getting the following error from Xalan when processing
(seemingly) random XML documents:

org.apache.xalan.xslt.XSLProcessorException: An invalid XML character
(Unicode: 0x12) was found in the element content of the document.

	It is usually either 0x12 or 0x14. I use a Java program to write out
the XML that I am feeding to Xalan, and I am setting the encoding type to
the writer that writes the file to "UTF-8", which matches what is written
into the file. I would think that a document written out as UTF-8 by Java
would cause no problems as UTF-8 input to Xalan, but I am finding that not
to be so. Do you have any suggestions?
	I am including a sample document below that gives the error shown
above. Simply cutting and pasting the content of that file into a flat file
(using notepad or whatever) and running it through Xalan should duplicate
the error.
	It doesn't seem to matter which style sheet I use. To duplicate the
error, simply creating a dummy style sheet that returns all of the elements
it receives should suffice.

Sincerely,

	Daryl.

The input document:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
<content-set id="SCREAMINGMEDIA_BIZ_CIT_NETWRKNG_LAN"
name="BIZ_CIT_NETWRKNG_LAN"  published-date="2000-12-13T12:02:15"
publish-type="change-only">
<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_13_mn_0000-0080-KEYWORD.Missing"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Gendis Inc - Coastal Energy Sells Gendis
Shares</title>
		<metadata>
  			<document-metadata
				storage="internal"
	
publisher-release-date="2000-12-13T11:10:00"/>
  			<publication-metadata>
  				<publisher-info
					publication-name="Market News
Publishing"/>
  			</publication-metadata>
			<subject-metadata><keyword name="ticker symbol"
code="gndif"  code-source="" type="company">Gendis, Inc.</keyword>
</subject-metadata>
  		</metadata>
  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Gendis Inc - Coastal
Energy Sells Gendis  Shares</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Gendis Inc - Coastal Energy Sells Gendis
Shares</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) Market News Publishing Inc. Tel:(604)
689-1101</copyright>
  			<dateline>COMTEX)</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>Toronto, Ontario, Dec. 13, 2000 (Market News
Publishing via COMTEX)  -- Coastal
Energy Corporation announced that it sold 1,677,000 common shares of Gendis
Inc.
to hold 800,000 common shares.</p>
<p></p>
<p></p>
<p></p>
<p>TEL:  (416) 867-9079    Coastal Energy Corporation 
TEL:  (416) 867-9079    Coastal Energy Corporatio
FAX:  (416) 867-1961    A. W. Kim, Corporate Secretary
</p>
<p>                         __
</p>
<p> 
___
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_13_mn_0000-0044-KEYWORD.Missing"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Alcatel ADS - Ameriquest to Offer Alcatel Data
Networking Products -  Bolsters Ameriquest&apos;s Ability to Build
Enterprise Class - Data Networks</title>
		<metadata>
  			<document-metadata
				storage="internal"
	
publisher-release-date="2000-12-13T09:59:00"/>
  			<publication-metadata>
  				<publisher-info
					publication-name="Market News
Publishing"/>
  			</publication-metadata>
			<subject-metadata><keyword name="ticker symbol"
code="ala"  code-source="" type="company">Alcatel Sa</keyword>
<keyword name="ticker symbol" code="amqt" code-source=""
type="company">Ameriquest  Technologies, Inc.</keyword>
</subject-metadata>
  		</metadata>
  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Alcatel ADS - Ameriquest
to Offer Alcatel  Data Networking Products - Bolsters Ameriquest&apos;s
Ability to Build Enterprise Class -  Data
Networks</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Alcatel ADS - Ameriquest to Offer Alcatel
Data Networking  Products - Bolsters Ameriquest&apos;s Ability to Build
Enterprise Class - Data  Networks</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) Market News Publishing Inc. Tel:(604)
689-1101</copyright>
  			<dateline>COMTEX)</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>New York, New York, Dec. 13, 2000 (Market News
Publishing via  COMTEX) --
AmeriQuest Technologies, Inc. and Alcatel announced that they will partner
to
sell and provide technical services for Alcatel&apos;s Omni family of data
networking
products.</p>
<p>AmeriQuest will use Alcatel&apos;s Omni family of data networking
products to offer
complete, customized technology infrastructure solutions designed by
AmeriQuest&apos;s engineers to meet the business needs of its customers.
These
products include Alcatel&apos;s OmniCore, OmniStack, OmniSwitch,
OmniSwitch/Router
and OmniAccess.</p>
<p>Access to Alcatel&apos;s Omni family of data networking products gives
AmeriQuest
maximum flexibility in designing and implementing both local area networks
(LANs) and wide area networks (WANs). In particular, being an Alcatel
reseller
greatly strengthens AmeriQuest&apos;s ability to implement very large
networks for
major organizations.</p>
<p>AmeriQuest&apos;s relationship with Alcatel will make it much more
competitive in
penetrating the large end-user market, where AmeriQuest can leverage its
long-standing networking expertise by offering Alcatel&apos;s Omni family of
data
networking products.</p>
<p>&quot;Partnering with Alcatel greatly enhances AmeriQuest&apos;s ability
to implement
mission critical enterprise networks, including gigabit and ATM
backbones,&quot; said
Alex Kramer, AmeriQuest President and CEO. &quot;Specifically, combining
Alcatel&apos;s
excellent data products with AmeriQuest&apos;s long history of providing
networking
expertise allows us to pursue a greater number of high end opportunities
with
Fortune 1000 companies and other large organizations.&quot;</p>
<p>&quot;Alcatel is extremely pleased to provide AmeriQuest with world-class
data
networking products,&quot; said Sergio Gemo, Alcatel Vice President of
Channel Sales.
&quot;Alcatel&apos;s Omni family of data products is ideally suited for the
changing
requirements of today&apos;s networks. Partnering with AmeriQuest allows us
to extend
our global reach to even greater heights.&quot;</p>
<p>About Alcatel Alcatel builds next generation networks, delivering
integrated
end-to-end voice and data networking solutions to established and new
carriers,
as well as enterprises and consumers worldwide. With 120,000 employees and
sales
of EURO 23 billion in 1999, Alcatel operates in more than 130 countries. To
learn more about Alcatel, please visit http://www.alcatel.com.</p>
<p>About AmeriQuest AmeriQuest, the Technology Infrastructure and Services
Company,
provides technical consultation, services and products to VARs (Value Added
Resellers), Systems Integrators and Fortune 1000 companies. The
company&apos;s
expertise is in high availability, local and wide area networking, thin
client
technology, infrastructure asset management, e-business and telephony.
AmeriQuest also provides logistical services and lease financing.
AmeriQuest&apos;s
common stock is traded on the OTCBB under the symbol AMQT. To learn more
about
how AmeriQuest can help you, please visit http://www.ameriquest.com.</p>
<p>This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve a
number of
risks and uncertainties. Among the other factors that could cause actual
operating results to differ materially are general economic and business
conditions, the failure of net sales to increase as required so that the
Company
can achieve operating profitability, the failure to improve gross profit
margins, the failure to expand the Company&apos;s customer base, the rate of
growth
in the computer industry, competitive factors and pricing pressures, changes
in
product mix, inventory risks due to shifts in market demand, and changes in
agreements with manufacturers and master distributors regarding the terms of
product sales to the Company.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>          __
</p>
<p> </p>
<p>___
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_13_pr_0000-2249-ma-netscout-systems"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Leading Engineering Firm Selects Netscout Systems to
Manage Its Wide  Area Network-- Ch2m Hill Deploys Netscout&apos;s
Infrastructure Performance Management  Solution Worldwide to Improve
Application Response Time --</title>
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code="ntct"  code-source="" type="company">Netscout Systems, Inc.</keyword>
</subject-metadata>
  		</metadata>
  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Leading Engineering Firm
Selects Netscout  Systems to Manage Its Wide Area Network-- Ch2m Hill
Deploys Netscout&apos;s Infrastructure  Performance Management Solution
Worldwide to Improve Application Response Time
--</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Leading Engineering Firm Selects Netscout
Systems to Manage  Its Wide Area Network-- Ch2m Hill Deploys Netscout&apos;s
Infrastructure Performance  Management Solution Worldwide to Improve
Application Response Time --</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) 2000 PR Newswire. All Rights
Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>WESTFORD, Mass., Dec 13, 2000 /PRNewswire
via  COMTEX/</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>WESTFORD, Mass., Dec 13, 2000 /PRNewswire via
COMTEX/ -- NetScout  Systems, Inc.
(Nasdaq: NTCT) today announced that CH2M HILL, one of the nation&apos;s
largest
environmental engineering firms, has selected NetScout to optimize
application
performance and control bandwidth costs across its Wide Area Network
(WAN).</p>
<p>By using NetScout&apos;s infrastructure performance management
technology, CH2M HILL
can increase visibility into traffic patterns and more accurately assess
bandwidth consumption of applications traversing its frame relay network. As
a
result, the performance of important engineering applications can be better
managed for availability to end users alongside competing applications that
are
needed by internal users to exchange, produce and transmit customer
proposals.</p>
<p>CH2M HILL&apos;s frame relay network extends throughout six countries and
98
locations, supporting more than 7,000 users from its Denver, Colorado
headquarters. The firm has deployed NetScout&apos;s real-time monitoring and
capacity
planning solutions in conjunction with a suite of NetScout&apos;s
application-aware,
high speed probes to support these geographically dispersed locations.</p>
<p>&quot;Our enterprise WAN is key to the way we work and communicate with
our  clients,&quot;
said Lisa Hamilton, network and telecommunications manager for CH2M HILL.
&quot;By
collecting data from NetScout&apos;s probes we can generate daily reports on
bandwidth utilization by application for each of our operating regions. With
this in-depth information we can then make more informed business decisions
regarding the performance of our networks.&quot;</p>
<p>CH2M HILL uses NetScout&apos;s performance management system to identify
bandwidth
utilization on its frame relay circuits to remote sites; to perform tighter
calculations of bandwidth upgrades needed in those locations; and to
&quot;rule out&quot;
the WAN as the bottleneck for performance issues. These reporting tools also
help determine how an upgrade, in turn, may impact service level
agreements.</p>
<p>&quot;A perceived lack of available bandwidth in the WAN often masks less
obvious,
extremely important factors influencing the delivery of information to end
users. These factors become more prevalent and costly as the size and
complexity
of the network grows. They may include, for example, application design
issues
that render an application unresponsive or cause bandwidth contention
between
applications,&quot; said Michael Szabados, vice president of marketing,
NetScout
Systems. &quot;By deploying our solutions, the network operations manager
can
identify and distinguish the true source of problems and increase quality of
service through improved troubleshooting and proactive measures.&quot;</p>
<p>About CH2M HILL</p>
<p>CH2M HILL is a global project delivery firm, helping clients apply
technology
and safeguard the environment. The firm offers a growing range of integrated
services that enable it to take any industrial or public works project from
concept through planning, financing, design, construction, operations and
maintenance. Every element of the firm is structured to ensure leverage of
its
global resources and know-how on satisfying each client&apos;s unique
needs.</p>
<p>CH2M HILL&apos;s ability to integrate and creatively package services and
contractual
arrangements to meet specific project needs are of strategic benefit to its
clients. Through its global network of offices and more than 7,000
professional
staff worldwide, CH2M HILL provides local staff and global resources to
clients
wherever they may operate.</p>
<p>About NetScout Systems</p>
<p>NetScout Systems, Inc. is the leading provider of infrastructure
performance
management solutions for leading companies and service providers worldwide.
NetScout serves approximately half of the Fortune 500 and counts among its
customers 3M Corporation, Amazon.com, AT&amp;T Wireless, Bristol-Myers
Squibb, Cable
&amp; Wireless, Cisco Systems, Computer Sciences Corporation, Exenet
Technologies,
Fidelity Investments, Intel Online, MCI, Reed Elsevier, Sprint, Sun
Microsystems
and Webhire.</p>
<p>NetScout&apos;s nGenius (TM) Performance Management System is a
market-leading suite
of monitoring and reporting applications that draw on rich, integrated
performance data generated by NetScout&apos;s application-aware probe suite,
advanced
intelligent software agents, and network devices. NetScout&apos;s products
help
organizations increase their return on infrastructure investments by
optimizing
the performance of their network and its ability to deliver applications and
content to end-users. NetScout is headquartered in Westford, Massachusetts
and
has approximately 320 employees, with offices in North America, Europe and
Asia.
Further information on the company is available on the World Wide Web at
www.netscout.com</p>
<p>NetScout is a registered trademark, and the NetScout logo, nGenius,
nGenius
Application Service Level Manager, nGenius Real-Time Monitor, nGenius
Capacity
Planner are trademarks of NetScout Systems, Inc.</p>
<p>SOURCE NetScout Systems, Inc.</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          Peggy Flynn, 978-614-4162, flynnp@netscout.com, or Kristen
</p>
<p>                  Bala, 978-614-6037, balak@netscout.com both of NetScout
Systems; or  Craig
</p>
<p>                  Librett, 617-351-4129, clibrett@miller.shandwick.com,
Jen Vrettas,
</p>
<p>                  617-351-4181, jvrettas@miller.shandwick.com both of
Miller/Shandwick
</p>
<p>                  Technologies</p>
<p>URL:              http://www.netscout.com
http://www.prnewswire.com
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_13_pr_0000-1722-wa-wrq-netmotion-2.0"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Wrq Ships Netmotion 2.0Wireless Infrastructure
Software Offers  Increased Security, Enhanced Windows CE Performance And An
Array of New Roaming And  Management Features</title>
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  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Wrq Ships Netmotion
2.0Wireless  Infrastructure Software Offers Increased Security, Enhanced
Windows CE Performance And An  Array of New Roaming And Management
Features</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Wrq Ships Netmotion 2.0Wireless
Infrastructure Software  Offers Increased Security, Enhanced Windows CE
Performance And An Array of New Roaming And  Management
Features</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) 2000 PR Newswire. All Rights
Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>SEATTLE, Dec 13, 2000 /PRNewswire via
COMTEX/</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>SEATTLE, Dec 13, 2000 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
WRQ Inc., a global  leader in
enterprise integration and connectivity software solutions, today announced
that
WRQ(R) NetMotion(TM) 2.0 is now available. This new version of the WRQ
solution
for wireless networking addresses many of the barriers to widespread
adoption of
wireless local area networks (WLANs) and wireless wide area networks
(WWANs),
with enhanced encryption, connection state handling and support for Pocket
PC
devices.</p>
<p>&quot;NetMotion is the first product to let IT organizations extend full,
secure
network access to mobile workers without massive application customization
and
point solution development,&quot; said Craig McKibben, president of WRQ.
&quot;With the
enhancements in NetMotion 2.0 for end-user performance, security, device
support
and system administration, our customers are going to be blown away by this
product. This is a major upgrade.&quot;</p>
<p>Transparent to both applications and networks, NetMotion is a
client/server
solution that extends existing applications to wireless networks without
customization, middleware or stack replacement. It is the ideal solution for
both end users and IT managers because it provides the seamless use, ease of
management and security associated with a wired network.</p>
<p>&quot;Broad adoption of wireless networks has been deterred by
implementation costs
and the inability to duplicate the wireline experience, both for mobile
users
and network administrators,&quot; said Stephen Drake, senior research
analyst at IDC.
&quot;Solutions such as WRQ NetMotion bring wireless WAN and LAN technology
to an
improved level of dependability, security and lower cost, and provide an
opportunity for wireless to operate as a natural extension of corporate
networks.&quot;</p>
<p>Available in two editions -- the Wireless LAN Edition and the Wireless
WAN/LAN
Edition -- NetMotion 2.0 improves the experience of workers on the go,
giving
devices the ability to move seamlessly between wireless networks, recover
automatically when disconnected or out of range, and maintain application
states
throughout. NetMotion 2.0 adds encryption and compression technologies
required
in highly secure, wireless WAN environments and also supports Windows CE and
Pocket PC devices in addition to the Windows 95/98 client. With the new
capabilities in version 2.0, NetMotion now offers the only mobile, roamable
virtual private network (VPN) on the market.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    New Capabilities in NetMotion 2.0
</p>
<p>    Key enhancements in NetMotion 2.0 include the following:</p>
<p>-- Security. NetMotion 2.0 Wireless WAN/LAN Edition offers strong
encryption
that secures network communications over public and wireless networks.
Administrators can choose from 56-, 128- or 168-bit encryption, allowing
them to
implement VPN functionality that meets the security levels their enterprises
require.</p>
<p>-- Enhanced performance on Windows CE-based mobile devices. With
NetMotion 2.0,
WRQ has optimized the performance of Pocket PCs such as the Compaq iPAQ, HP
Jornada 540 series and the Casio Cassiopeia E-125. The MIPS R3000 series
processor is also supported, which includes Fujitsu&apos;s PenCentra
200.</p>
<p>-- Improved state handling and automatic recovery. If a mobile device is
being
used out of range of the wireless network, for example, the device will
establish the NetMotion connection automatically once in range.</p>
<p>-- Centralized management tools. Wireless devices and connections can be
easily
tracked and managed, including the removal of connections to &quot;lost
devices&quot; from
the network. Bypass mode allows the NetMotion client to be disabled &quot;on
the fly&quot;
without rebooting, which is useful when the NetMotion server is taken
offline
temporarily.</p>
<p>-- Roaming features. Users can roam seamlessly across subnets and IP
networks
and take advantage of advanced interface-assisted roaming detection
algorithms.</p>
<p>-- Application persistence. Application connections are maintained for
wireless
users through out-of-range conditions, device suspension for battery-life
management and rapid roaming.</p>
<p>NetMotion Architecture</p>
<p>The WRQ mobile solution consists of the NetMotion Mobility Server running
on
Microsoft Windows NT Server and a NetMotion Mobility Client that runs on
devices
using Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows CE or Pocket PC.</p>
<p>WRQ NetMotion is built to run with standard protocols, including TCP/IP,
UDP/IP,
DHCP and SNMP, so IT managers can give their mobile work forces the exact
same
applications that deskbound users have, without sacrificing reliability or
centralized management. These standards are extending the performance,
usability
and affordability of wireless environments. They help meet the need for
dynamic
addressing of wireless computers, multivendor interoperability and device
interconnection.</p>
<p>NetMotion&apos;s small client component is installed on wireless devices
(laptops,
for example), while the server component resides on a Microsoft Windows NT
machine attached to the wired network. Mobile users, whether on a wireless
LAN
or wireless WAN, run off-the-shelf applications (e.g., Web, e-mail, file
transfer) over persistent, reliable and secure connections while they roam
from
one subnet to another or dial in from a remote location. Using the server
software, IT managers keep track of which mobile devices are in use and
control
who has access to services.</p>
<p>NetMotion uses a server to manage mobile connections. IT managers simply
install
the NetMotion server software on a shared or dedicated Windows NT-based
system
and NetMotion client software on the mobile device. The mobile device now
has
the key to unlock the resources available on the network. The server keeps
state
information about each session established by the mobile device even during
periods when the mobile device cannot be reached. The NetMotion Mobility
Server
accepts information on the client&apos;s behalf and, when the device
reattaches to
the network, the server reestablishes communication with the mobile device.
From
the end user&apos;s perspective, all the mobile device&apos;s applications
simply resume
from where they left off.</p>
<p>Pricing and Availability</p>
<p>NetMotion 2.0 is currently available and pricing is based on the number
of user
connections to the server. NetMotion 2.0, Wireless LAN Edition is priced at
$120
per user connection in quantities of 25. NetMotion 2.0, Wireless WAN/LAN
Edition
is priced at $199 per user connection in quantities of 25. There is no base
price for the server, and the price scales down with quantity.</p>
<p>About WRQ</p>
<p>WRQ is a global leader in enterprise integration and connectivity
software
solutions. The company specializes in innovative software and services that
make
information perform in today&apos;s complex e-business environments.</p>
<p>WRQ has 8 million users worldwide, and more than half of all Fortune 500
companies use WRQ solutions. The company has been consistently recognized
for
its award-winning products and its stature in the industry as one of the top
20
personal computer software companies in the United States for the past eight
years by Soft*Letter newsletter. Established in 1981, Seattle-based WRQ has
offices throughout the world and provides products and services in more than
50
countries through a global distribution network. For more information, visit
the
company&apos;s Web site at http://www.wrq.com/.</p>
<p>NOTE: WRQ and WRQ products are trademarks or registered trademarks of WRQ
Inc.
All other trademarks, trade names or company names referenced herein are
used
for identification only and are the property of their respective owners.</p>
<p>SOURCE WRQ, Inc.</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          Shelly Julien of WRQ, Inc., 206-217-7536, or
shellyj@wrq.com;
</p>
<p>                  or Martin Middlewood of Pembroke Resources Inc.,
360-882-1164, or
</p>
<p>                  martin@pembroke.com, for WRQ, Inc.</p>
<p>URL:              http://www.wrq.com
http://www.prnewswire.com
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  	</article>
</content>
<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_12_bw_0000-0117-ca-tera-point.esat"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Tera-Point Wireless Extends Fixed Wireless Broadband
Service  Throughout Southern California</title>
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			<summary><summary-headline>Tera-Point Wireless
Extends Fixed  Wireless Broadband Service Throughout Southern
California</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Tera-Point Wireless Extends Fixed Wireless
Broadband  Service Throughout Southern California</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>Copyright (C) 2000 Business Wire. All
Rights  Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>LOS ANGELES, Dec 12, 2000 (BUSINESS
WIRE)</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>LOS ANGELES, Dec 12, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) --
TERA-POINT wireless,  an eSAT
company (OTC:ASAT, FRANKFURT:ES8), and fixed wireless broadband Internet
access
provider, today announced the extension of its point-to-point fixed wireless
service throughout most of Southern California.</p>
<p>The TERA-POINT wireless point-to-point service is targeted to medium to
large
size corporate enterprises with WAN (wide area network) needs between
multiple
facilities including corporate and educational campuses, government offices
and
medical facilities.</p>
<p>With data rates of up to 155 Mbps, or 100 times faster than a T-1 line,
this
service is ideal for use with bandwidth-intensive applications such as
video-conferencing, streaming media, interactive remote applications, data
networking, as well as for transporting large data-intensive files.</p>
<p>With TERA-POINT&apos;s point-to-point service, customers access the
Internet via a
subscriber unit that is mounted on their rooftop and sends data signals
wirelessly to one of TERA-POINT&apos;s base hubs. The network bypasses the
traditional local loop associated with the incumbent local exchange
carriers.</p>
<p>The business or company owns the circuit so it doesn&apos;t need to worry
about
securing Rights of Way or paying for telco fees or other recurring expenses.
In
addition, because TERA-POINT wireless currently has state-of-the-art RF
transmitting equipment on major mountaintops throughout Southern California,
TERA-POINT can provide its &quot;last mile,&quot; point-to-point wireless
service to most
of that region.</p>
<p>Of the estimated 4.8 million commercial office buildings in the U.S.,
only one
percent has access to last-mile fiber -- the distance between the business
or
home and the telephone company&apos;s central office. While DSL and other
land-based
services often lack the infrastructure needed to go the last mile home,
wireless
service completely bypasses this local loop.</p>
<p>&quot;As one of the earliest adopters of wireless broadband technology,
we are
extremely excited to be able to extend our market lead by offering a service
that is available to most areas of Southern California,&quot; said Chet
Noblett,
chief executive officer for TERA-POINT wireless. &quot;Our point-to-point
service is
another example of how TERA-POINT wireless is providing solutions to meet
the
needs of customers seeking alternative, high-speed and cost-effective
Internet
connections.&quot;</p>
<p>&quot;As businesses rely more heavily on the timely transmission of data
and the
ability to navigate the Internet faster than ever, the need for a service
that
can deliver bandwidth quickly and affordably becomes even more
critical,&quot;
commented Richard Elliot, chief technology officer. &quot;Our solution not
only
provides customers with high-speed Internet access and rapid deployments, it
also provides a viable alternative to the limitations of traditional
telecommunications infrastructures.&quot;</p>
<p>In addition to its 155 Mpbs point-to-point service, TERA-POINT wireless
provides
a business-class Fixed Wireless Broadband Access service that is available
in
the greater Los Angeles area.</p>
<p>The service offers businesses in that region three payment options based
on
length of contract with the a two-year contract offering data speeds of up
to 8
Mbps in full-duplex, meaning the same data rates are available on both
upload
and download, for $449 per month with basic installation and hardware
included.</p>
<p>A data speed of 2Mbps, both ways, is guaranteed and unlike DSL (Digital
Subscriber Line) installations that sometimes take as long as five weeks or
longer, most wireless installations will take 10 business days or less.</p>
<p>To sign up for service, interested customers can call 877/548-8050 or go
to the
TERA-POINT Web site at www.tera-point.com.</p>
<p>According to research firm Jupiter Communications, upwards of 65 percent
of the
U.S. population cannot subscribe to any two-way, high-speed service.
Wireless
access represents a significant first mover advantage in markets where the
installed wireline infrastructure is not adequate yet to fully provide
two-way,
high-speed data services.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    About eSAT Inc.</p>
<p>eSAT Inc. is a leading broadband service provider offering satellite,
wireless
and network management solutions. Through a series of key acquisitions, eSAT
has
created a suite of managed broadband connectivity services geared to clients
servicing customers, both domestically and abroad. These offerings can be
seamlessly combined to satisfy a wide-range of data delivery needs.</p>
<p>Through its PacificNet subsidiary, eSAT markets a proprietary
&quot;virtual&quot; ISP
(V-ISP) product and service, as well as the ability to provide both network
management and data center services through its existing Class-A data
facility
in Universal City, Calif. eSAT&apos;s recently acquired InterWireless
subsidiary
offers proven fixed wireless solutions that address the last-mile broadband
delivery market.</p>
<p>Through key vendor relationships, proprietary network management software
and
years of operational experience, InterWireless can rapidly and
cost-effectively
deploy into a community wireless connectivity solutions and ISP services.
Additionally, eSAT provides Internet access and networking services through
its
Global Satellite Internet (GSI) gateway and its bi-directional Nexstream(TM)
product.</p>
<p>Nexstream is currently being targeted to rural customers and the business
continuity (disaster recovery) market, while GSI is ideal for IP
multicasting
applications.</p>
<p>Information about eSAT and its affiliates is available by calling
888/895-0007
or by visiting www.esatinc.com.</p>
<p>Certain statements in this news release may constitute
&quot;forward-looking&quot;
statements within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act
of
1934. Such forward-looking statements involve risks, uncertainties, and
other
factors, which may cause the actual results, performance, or achievement
expressed or implied, by such forward-looking statements to differ.</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          eSAT Inc., Unoversal City
</p>
<p>                  Alexia Allina, 818/464-2678

</p>
<p>                  818/464-2799 (Fax)

</p>
<p>                  aallina@esatinc.com

</p>
<p>                  or 
</p>
<p>                  RBI Communications

</p>
<p>                  Betsy Isroelit, 323/960-1360
</p>
<p>                  323/960-1362 (Fax)
</p>
<p>                  betsy@rbicom.com</p>
<p>URL:              http://www.businesswire.com
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<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_12_bw_0000-1900-lan-chile"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Lanperu S.a. Domestic Operations Suspended</title>
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			<subject-metadata><keyword name="ticker symbol"
code="lfl"  code-source="" type="company">Lan Chile S.a.</keyword>
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  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Lanperu S.a. Domestic
Operations  Suspended</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Lanperu S.a. Domestic Operations
Suspended</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>Copyright (C) 2000 Business Wire. All
Rights  Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>SANTIAGO, Chile, Dec 12, 2000 (BUSINESS
WIRE)</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>SANTIAGO, Chile, Dec 12, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) --
Lan Chile S.A.  (&quot;LanChile&quot; or
&quot;the Company&quot;) NYSE: LFL, Chile&apos;s largest domestic and
international  passenger
and air cargo carrier, announced today that the domestic operations of
LanPeru
S.A. (&quot;LanPeru&quot;), which serviced the markets of Lima, Cuzco,
Arequipa and
Juliaca, were suspended at 6:00 this morning.</p>
<p>Since November 2000, LanChile and its Peruvian partner, Peruval S.A.
(&quot;Peruval&quot;)
have been involved in a legal dispute regarding a capital increase and cargo
services related to LanPeru. While LanChile has invested resources to make
LanPeru a leading provider of high-quality air transport service for the
Peruvian market, it has been forced to follow a legal course of action which
has
impacted LanPeru&apos;s international and domestic service.</p>
<p>On November 23, upon the request of Peruval, the Peruvian courts
appointed a
provisional administration for LanPeru, which replaced LanChile&apos;s
administration. On December 11 at midnight, the leasing contracts for
LanPeru&apos;s
two Boeing 737-200 aircraft were terminated. As a result, the Bermuda Civil
Aviation Authority terminated its agreement with the Peruvian Civil Aviation
Authority, which permitted the operation of LanPeru&apos;s two aircraft that
are
registered in Bermuda. In addition, because of the terminated leasing
contracts,
the insurance policy covering LanPeru&apos;s operation of the two aircraft
was also
terminated.</p>
<p>LanChile apologizes to all displaced and inconvenienced LanPeru
passengers.
LanChile also apologizes to LanPeru employees whose jobs are at risk. The
Company will continue to make every effort to keep the investment community
informed as the situation with LanPeru develops. The LanPeru legal dispute
has
not had any effect on LanChile&apos;s operation in Lima. LanChile will
continue to
make every effort to resolve this legal dispute and remains committed to
serving
the Peruvian market.</p>
<p>Lan Chile S.A. is the largest domestic and international passenger/cargo
air
carrier in Chile and one of the leading airlines in Latin America. LanChile
serves 15 destinations in Chile, 17 destinations in other Latin American
cities
and seven destinations in the United States, Europe and the South Pacific
with a
fleet of 45 airplanes. LanChile maintains alliances with American Airlines,
Alaska Airlines, AeroMexico/Mexicana, TAM, Varig, Qantas and British
Airways. In
addition, LanChile is an official member of the oneworld(TM) global
alliance.
For more information visit www.lanchile.com or www.oneworldalliance.com.</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          IN CHILE:
</p>
<p>                  Investor Relations LanChile S.A.                     
</p>
<p>                  Alejandro de la Fuente - Chief Financial Officer     
</p>
<p>                  Daniel Jones - djones@lanchile.cl                    
</p>
<p>                  Cristian Vargas - cvargas@lanchile.cl                
</p>
<p>                  Tel: (562) 565-2538 / 6812
</p>
<p>                  or
</p>
<p>                  IN NEW YORK:
</p>
<p>                  i-advize Corporate Communications  
</p>
<p>                  Maria Barona, mbarona@i-advize.com 
</p>
<p>                  Blanca Hirani, bhirani@i-advize.com
</p>
<p>                  Tel: (212) 406-3690                </p>
<p>URL:              http://www.businesswire.com
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</content>
<content
	
id="bizspace_2000_12_12_eng-bizspace_wireless_eng-bizspace_wireless_140517_1
73_222729342524"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Fixed-wireless-service Provider Tera-Point Launches
Operations in  Southern California</title>
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			<subject-metadata></subject-metadata>
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  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Fixed-wireless-service
Provider  Tera-Point Launches Operations in Southern
California</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Fixed-wireless-service Provider Tera-Point
Launches  Operations in Southern California</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline>Chuck Holt</byline>
  			<copyright>Copyright 2000 BizSpace, Inc. All Rights
reserved</copyright>
  			<dateline></dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>Los Angeles-based TERA-POINT Wireless , an eSAT
company and  fixed-broadband-wireless-access-services provider, today
announced the extension of its  point-to-point fixed-wireless service
throughout most of Southern California. The TERA-POINT  wireless
point-to-point service is targeted at medium- to large-sized corporate
enterprises  with WAN needs between multiple facilities, including corporate
and educational campuses,  government offices and medical complexes. The
TERA-POINT service delivers data at  transmission speeds of up to 155 Mbps,
according to the company.</p>
<p>	For the latest about the broadband wireless industry, go to
http://www.FixedWirelessBizz.com
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	
id="bizspace_2000_12_12_eng-bizspace_ipsite_eng-bizspace_ipsite_101608_250_2
17418812681"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>George Mason University Leases Mfn Optical
Fiber</title>
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publisher-release-date="2000-12-12T10:16:08"/>
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					publication-name="theIPsite.com"/>
  			</publication-metadata>
			<subject-metadata></subject-metadata>
  		</metadata>
  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>George Mason University
Leases Mfn  Optical Fiber</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>George Mason University Leases Mfn Optical
Fiber</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline>Jessica Johnson</byline>
  			<copyright>Copyright 2000 BizSpace, Inc. All Rights
reserved</copyright>
  			<dateline></dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>Metromedia Fiber Network Inc. , a provider of IP
optical networking  systems, said it will lease optical fiber to George
Mason University as part of a 10-year  agreement. The private, optical
network will connect the university&apos;s three northern  Virginia
campuses: Fairfax, Arlington and Prince William. MFN said that its
infrastructure  will enable GMU to expand the scope of distance-learning
programs between its three campuses  by employing dense wave division
multiplexing (DWDM) technology for video, LAN-to-LAN and  other
bandwidth-intensive applications.</p>
<p>	For the latest in Internet Protocol telephony information, go to
http://www.theIPsite.com
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_12_tw_0000-0208-.dstbusiness_03"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Cisco Adds to Mobile Office Plan</title>
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publisher-release-date="2000-12-12T07:39:00"/>
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					publication-name="Tech Web"/>
  			</publication-metadata>
			<subject-metadata><keyword name="ticker symbol"
code="csco"  code-source="" type="company">Cisco Systems, Inc.</keyword>
</subject-metadata>
  		</metadata>
  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Cisco Adds to Mobile
Office  Plan</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Cisco Adds to Mobile Office
Plan</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright></copyright>
  			<dateline>CMP via COMTEX)</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>Dec 11, 2000 (Tech Web - CMP via COMTEX) -- Cisco
Systems Inc.  unveiled on
Monday a wireless product to supplement its Internet Mobile Office
initiative.</p>
<p>Cisco&apos;s Aironet Base station is part of the Cisco (stock: CSCO)
initiative to
supply business users with network access while away from the office.</p>
<p>The Base station adds to Cisco&apos;s Aironet 340 Series of 11-Mbps
wireless LAN
products. The AIR-BSE342 includes an Ethernet port for connecting to the
Internet with a DSL or cable modem; the AIR-BSM342 comes with an integrated
56K
V.90 modem and standard port.</p>
<p>It is an inexpensive device that can be used as an access point for the
extended
enterprise, said Jason Smolek, associate research analyst of enterprise
networks
at IDC.</p>
<p>&quot;It&apos;s a starting point to ramp up [Cisco&apos;s] wireless
LANs,&quot; he  said.</p>
<p>The product supports 128-bit wired equivalent privacy encryption, allows
users
to connect to more than one home computer, and lets them use the same laptop
in
or out of the office. A solution provider can send the product to a
person&apos;s
house and supply remote support, said Ron Seide, product line manager at
Cisco,
San Jose, Calif.</p>
<p>Jim Bradfield, CTO at solution provider Network Access Solutions Corp.
(stock:
NASC), said the problem with letting people work at home is that it has been
too
expensive. &quot;With this announcement it&apos;s at the reach of the home
user,&quot; he  says.</p>
<p>The product costs between about $400-$500 and will be available in
January.
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	
id="bizspace_2000_12_11_eng-bizspace_opticalnet_eng-bizspace_opticalnet_1804
02_128_453296052 758"
	  revision-id="01"
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	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Broadcom Offers Gigabit Ethernet Chip</title>
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			<subject-metadata></subject-metadata>
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  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Broadcom Offers Gigabit
Ethernet  Chip</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Broadcom Offers Gigabit Ethernet
Chip</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline>Jill Bradley</byline>
  			<copyright>Copyright 2000 BizSpace, Inc. All Rights
reserved</copyright>
  			<dateline></dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>Irvine, Calif.-based Broadcom Corp. today added to
its lines of  Gigabit Ethernet products with the introduction of the Gigabit
Ethernet Media Access  Controller (MAC) chip, which supports peripheral
computer interconnect (PCI) and PCI-X local  bus interfaces for use in
network interface cards (NIC) and LAN-on-Motherboard (LOM)  implementations.
The company&apos;s first Gigabit Ethernet MAC, the Broadcom BCM5700, comes
with a comprehensive suite of software. Broadcom&apos;s high performance
10/100/1000 BASE-T  MAC is complemented by its family of Gigabit Ethernet
transceiver chips and will enable the  company to provide customers with
complete MAC/transceiver.</p>
<p>	For the latest about the optical networking industry, go to
http://www.OpticalNetBiz.com
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	
id="bizspace_2000_12_11_eng-bizspace_broadband_eng-bizspace_broadband_161539
_32_206778721883 9"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Negen to Unveil Broadband Systems to Integrate Pbx,
Lan, WAN  Functionality</title>
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publisher-release-date="2000-12-11T16:15:39"/>
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publication-name="Cable-Broadband.com"/>
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			<subject-metadata></subject-metadata>
  		</metadata>
  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Negen to Unveil Broadband
Systems to  Integrate Pbx, Lan, WAN
Functionality</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Negen to Unveil Broadband Systems to
Integrate Pbx, Lan,  WAN Functionality</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline>Jerry LaMartina</byline>
  			<copyright>Copyright 2000 BizSpace, Inc. All Rights
reserved</copyright>
  			<dateline></dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>Marlborough, Mass.-based NEGEN Access Inc. , which
designs, markets  and sells broadband-convergent systems that integrate PBX,
LAN and WAN communications over a  single interface, next month will unveil
its family of IP-based systems to integrate PBX,  LAN and WAN functionality
over a single connection using existing infrastructures, the  company
announced today. Architectures within NEGEN&apos;s systems will be scaleable
at the  device and network levels to allow telecommunications service
providers to expand quickly  and add lines without truck rolls, the company
said. The systems will provide broadband  access at speeds up to 1 gigabit
per second to small and medium-sized businesses,  multi-tenant units and
residential neighborhoods.</p>
<p>	For the latest about voice and high-speed data transmission over the
cable  television infrastructure, go to http://www.Cable-Broadband.com
</p></body>
  	</article>
</content>
<content
	  id="comtex_2000_12_11_pr_0000-3968-fl-far.wide-fusion"
	  revision-id="01"
	  type="article"
	  language="en-US"
	  publish-state="no-change"
	  >
  	<article>
		<title>Far&amp;Wide Unveils &apos;Fusion&apos; Technology
System;  State-of-the Art Product Sets New Industry Standard</title>
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			<subject-metadata></subject-metadata>
  		</metadata>
  		<core>
			<summary><summary-headline>Far&amp;Wide Unveils
&apos;Fusion&apos;  Technology System; State-of-the Art Product Sets New
Industry  Standard</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Far&amp;Wide Unveils &apos;Fusion&apos;
Technology System;  State-of-the Art Product Sets New Industry
Standard</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) 2000 PR Newswire. All Rights
Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>MIAMI, Dec 11, 2000 /PRNewswire via
COMTEX/</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>MIAMI, Dec 11, 2000 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
FAR&amp;WIDE Travel  Corp. today
unveiled its world class technology system, utilizing a &quot;best of
breed&quot;
compilation of products and suppliers to provide what is designed to be the
most
comprehensive travel management, information and processing system in the
industry.</p>
<p>Called &quot;FUSION,&quot; a name proposed in a
&quot;name-the-system&quot; contest among  FAR&amp;WIDE
employees (see accompanying story), the new system will be phased in
beginning
early next year, anchored by the travel management technology developed by
Datalex, Inc., a global leader in travel software.</p>
<p>Additional phases will include the development of a company-wide LAN
using
Compaq as a provider, financial and database technology with business units
of
Oracle, network capabilities developed by Cisco, global telecommunications
with
AT&amp;T, email and conferencing systems with Microsoft Corporation, Sun
Microsystem
servers, and integrated telephone and call center technology with Lucent
Technologies.</p>
<p>&quot;Our opportunity at FAR&amp;WIDE is to integrate and leverage
state-of-the-art
technology to bring break-through benefits to our customers, our travel
agent
partners and our employees,&quot; said Phil Bakes, co-founder, chairman and
CEO of
FAR&amp;WIDE. &quot;Our strategic goal is to develop global support
capabilities for our
clients, while making FAR&amp;WIDE the first choice for agents and
consumers.</p>
<p>&quot;We adopted the term &apos;FUSION&apos; to reflect our focus on
combining vision,
knowledge, talent, power, resources and practices. The dictionary defines
&apos;fusion&apos; as &apos;a merging of diverse, distinct or separate
elements into a  unified
whole&apos;. That is an ideal description for this technology and the
overall
FAR&amp;WIDE vision.&quot;</p>
<p>The Datalex base system -- coupled with Oracle Database, Oracle Data
Warehousing
and Sun Microsystems servers -- includes such system features as travel
management, supplier-to-supplier communications, GDS connectivity and
product
distribution through GDS leisure channels and the Internet. These
capabilities
will be rolled out in phases starting in the First Quarter 2001.</p>
<p>FAR&amp;WIDE will begin implementing its FUSION system worldwide starting
in the
First Quarter of 2001.</p>
<p>The selection of Datalex as the core provider was no small task,
according to
Mike Scott, chief information officer for FAR&amp;WIDE. &quot;A team of five
FAR&amp;WIDE
people invested more than a year investigating and evaluating vendors
worldwide
and the future needs of our current and future products/acquisitions,&quot;
he said.
&quot;We considered some 25 travel management system vendors alone -- each
was
weighed on the basis of 300 criteria. Datalex stood out among
them.&quot;</p>
<p>&quot;For FAR&amp;WIDE, the launch of this technology is one of the most
significant
initiatives in the development of our company,&quot; said Bakes.</p>
<p>&quot;When we first announced the creation of FAR&amp;WIDE last year, we
promised a
significant breakthrough in the technology arena and asserted that the
unification of the successful, but disparate, business units under one
technology umbrella was a prime directive of our concept for
FAR&amp;WIDE.</p>
<p>&quot;We are greatly pleased to be able to announce this technology
initiative -- and
more pleased that the plan is so comprehensive, so custom-designed, so
applicable to all our companies worldwide, so attuned to the needs of our
customers and so very likely to raise the bar for all other technology
initiatives undertaken in our segment of the industry,&quot; Bakes
added.</p>
<p>FAR&amp;WIDE initiated the process with the realization that the
complexity of the
assignment -- the &quot;fusion&quot; of 17 leisure travel companies
currently under the
FAR&amp;WIDE umbrella and the addition of others in the future -- required a
high
degree of customization and modification. &quot;Datalex&apos;s suite of
products reflects
a very high degree of customization for FAR&amp;WIDE,&quot; said Neil
Wilson, CEO of
Datalex. &quot;Our breadth of experience and capability in travel management
solutions made us the clear choice for FAR&amp;WIDE. In effect, we are in
the travel
technology arena what they are in the leisure travel arena.&quot;</p>
<p>Beyond the system itself and the world-renown vendors FAR&amp;WIDE has
chosen to
partner in this endeavor, the FAR&amp;WIDE technology will make the company
and its
individual brands easier to do business with, will enable it to provide
superior
customer service and to enhance its operational efficiencies.</p>
<p>From a technical standpoint, the FUSION system is constructed using
revolutionary programming language that allows for rapid changes as business
processes and requirements redundancies and safeguards that ensure its
capability 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.</p>
<p>From an operational standpoint, FUSION will be the central hub for
information
interchange between FAR&amp;WIDE and its audiences: travel agents,
suppliers, GDS
distribution channels, web-based distribution portals and end consumers.
FUSION
will support travel agents through Worldspan, Galileo, Sabre and Amadeus
leisure
distribution products as well as via the travel agent-specific section of
the
FAR&amp;WIDE website.</p>
<p>&quot;Our goal -- and our promise to the travel agent community since the
dawn of
FAR&amp;WIDE -- has been to make FAR&amp;WIDE easier and more profitable to
do business
with. FUSION is one more &apos;promise kept,&apos;&quot; concluded
Bakes.</p>
<p>FAR&amp;WIDE Travel Corporation, launched in March 1999, is dedicated to
providing a
lifetime of enriching travel experiences for individuals, families and
groups to
destinations -- throughout the world. FAR&amp;WIDE is building a family of
select
and leading travel companies, including Adventure Center, African Travel,
Brian
Moore International Tours, Central Holidays, FAR&amp;WIDE London, Grand
European
Tours, High Country Passage, Intercontinental Travel Company, IST Cultural
Tours, Lion World Travel, Pacific Bestour, Prism Holidays, Regina Tours,
Swain
Tours, Tourlite and Zeus Tours &amp; Yacht Cruises, as well as several
destination
management companies in key locales. The company offers life-enriching
travel
experiences to more than 90 destinations worldwide.</p>
<p>FAR&amp;WIDE Travel Corporation&apos;s headquarters is located at 80 S.W.
8th St., Suite
2601, Miami, Fla. 33130; http://www.farandwide.com.</p>
<p>SOURCE FAR&amp;WIDE Travel Corp.</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          Marlene Oliver, Director, Corporate Communications of
FAR&amp;WIDE
</p>
<p>                  Travel Corp., 305-908-7543, moliver@farandwide.com; or
Diana M. Orban
</p>
<p>                  Associates, Inc., 973-605-2121, for FAR&amp;WIDE Travel
Corp.</p>
<p>URL:              http://www.farandwide.com
http://www.prnewswire.com
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		<title>Cisco Systems Adds Low-Cost, Easy-to-Install Aironet
Wireless Local  Area Network Solution for Telecommuters And Small
OfficesCisco Extends The Cisco Internet  Mobile Office Initiative to
Enterprise Telecommuters And Soho Users Requiring Wireless And  Wired
Internet Connectivity from Home And Work</title>
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			<summary><summary-headline>Cisco Systems Adds
Low-Cost,  Easy-to-Install Aironet Wireless Local Area Network Solution for
Telecommuters And Small  OfficesCisco Extends The Cisco Internet Mobile
Office Initiative to Enterprise Telecommuters  And Soho Users Requiring
Wireless And Wired Internet Connectivity from Home And
Work</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Cisco Systems Adds Low-Cost,
Easy-to-Install Aironet  Wireless Local Area Network Solution for
Telecommuters And Small OfficesCisco Extends The  Cisco Internet Mobile
Office Initiative to Enterprise Telecommuters And Soho Users Requiring
Wireless And Wired Internet Connectivity from Home And Work</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>Copyright (C) 2000 Business Wire. All
Rights  Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec 11, 2000 (BUSINESS
WIRE)</dateline>
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  		<body><p>SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec 11, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) --
Cisco Systems,  Inc. today
announced it has added a new solution to its portfolio of wired and wireless
solutions for the enterprise telecommuter and small office markets. Ciscos
latest product is the addition of a wireless base station to its Cisco
Aironet
340 Series of 11 megabits per second (Mbps) Wireless Local Area Networking
(WLAN) solutions. The new IEEE 802.11b-compliant Cisco Aironet 340 Series
Base
Station provides the telecommuter or small office with wireless connectivity
to
the Internet and allows any device equipped with an IEEE 802.11b wireless PC
Card to connect wirelessly to a home or small office network. The new
product
features simplified installation, enables multiple computers to share a
single
Internet connection and provides wireless freedom and flexibility to work
anywhere in the home or office without the expense or encumbrance of
cabling.</p>
<p>The new Cisco wireless base station is one solution element of the Cisco
Internet Mobile Office, a new initiative to provide mobile business
professionals with easy, reliable, and secure wired and wireless access to
the
Internet while on the move, at home, or at work. The new wireless base
station
complements Internet access solutions from Cisco that provide an end-to-end
solution for the small office and telecommuter markets, including the 827
ADSL
and SOHO77 DSL routers, and Ciscos uBR900 line of cable access routers.
Together these products provide secure, broadband, and mobile access for
small
office, home office (SOHO) customers.</p>
<p>As enterprise customers provide their small offices and telecommuters
with
Internet and corporate network connectivity, wireless LANs are becoming a
popular technology approach, said Bill Rossi, general manager of Ciscos
Wireless Networking Business Unit. The Cisco Aironet Base Station offers a
cost
effective solution for telecommuters and small offices, while also providing
management and security capabilities that scale to meet enterprise
requirements.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    Two Base Station Options Provide Customer Flexibility</p>
<p>The Cisco Aironet Base Station is available in two versions. One version,
called
the AIR-BSE342 includes an Ethernet RJ-45 port for connection to the
Internet
using a DSL or cable modem connection. Another version of the base station,
called the AIR-BSM342, includes an integrated 56K V.90 modem for dial-up
Internet connectivity, and a standard Ethernet RJ-45 port.</p>
<p>For IT professionals who need to provide a cost-effective, easy to deploy
networking solution to their telecommuting employees, the Cisco Aironet Base
Station installs quickly. Users connect their telephone line or DSL or cable
router to the base station and then install the integrated software with an
easy-to-use graphical user interface. With its simple, rapid installation
procedure and compatibility with corporate networks, the base station allows
enterprise network managers to increase efficiency when addressing support
calls
from remote users.</p>
<p>Enterprises deploying wireless LAN solutions require robust
standards-based
security and management capabilities. To that end, the Cisco Aironet Base
Station supports 128-bit WEP (wired equivalent privacy) encryption for
security
equivalent to a wire-line network. In addition, Cisco provides a variety of
user
interface options for configuring and monitoring the Base Station, including
the
Base Station Client Utility (BSCU). The BSCU provides simplified
configuration
of both Base Station and client radios, as well as connectivity status.</p>
<p>For mobile professionals who require true network mobility, the same
wireless-enabled laptop can be used both at work and at home. The Base
Station
does not require a host PC, so the wireless connection is always available
without the need for a dedicated home computer. In addition to the
telecommuters laptop PC, other home computers can also be connected
wirelessly
to the Base Station. The Cisco Aironet Base Station delivers an
Ethernet-like
data rate and supports a range of up to 100 feet indoors at 11 Mbps and 300
feet
indoors at 1 Mbps.</p>
<p>The easy-to-deploy product supports multiple users so they can share
computer
peripherals and access the Internet. Simplified installation of the Base
Station
is enabled through an integrated NAT (Network Address Translator) router
with
support for DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) to automatically
configure an Internet protocol address for multiple users. All users of the
wireless network can share a single Internet account, resulting in lower
monthly
Internet access fees. As the business grows, additional users can be easily
added to the wireless LAN.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    About the Cisco Aironet 340 Series</p>
<p>The Aironet 340 Series is a comprehensive, integrated family of access
points,
and easy-to-install PC Card, PCI and ISA client adapters, Ethernet clients,
as
well as line-of-sight outdoor bridges. The product line features the Wi-Fi
certification for wireless LAN (WLAN) product compatibility. Certification
assures customers in the enterprise, small-to-medium business, consumer, and
public access markets that Ciscos high-performance wireless LAN products
will
work with other Wi-Fi wireless products manufactured by different
vendors.</p>
<p>Client driver support includes Windows 95, 98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows
2000, and
Novell Netware. The Aironet 340 Series access points can serve as the center
point of a stand-alone wireless network or as the connection point between
wireless and wired 10/100 Ethernet networks. The Aironet wireless bridge
products provide point-to-point or point-to-multipoint connections between
buildings as much as 25 miles line away. As part of the Aironet 340 series,
Cisco offers a wide range of antennas, cable and accessories, enabling
customized deployments to suit the specific needs of varying
applications.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    Pricing and Availability</p>
<p>The Cisco Aironet 340 Series Base Station (model AIR-BSE342) is list
priced at
$399.00 (U.S.). The Cisco Aironet Base Station with 56K modem (model
AIR-BSM342)
is list priced at $499.00 (U.S.). Both products are available in January,
2001.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    About Cisco Systems</p>
<p>Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) is the worldwide leader in networking
for the
Internet. News and information are available at http://www.cisco.com.</p>
<p>Cisco, Aironet, Cisco Systems and the Cisco Systems logo are registered
trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. or its affiliates in the U.S. and certain
other countries. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the
property of their respective owners.</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          Cisco Systems, Inc.            
</p>
<p>                  Linda Horiuchi, 408/853-5464 (Media) 
</p>
<p>                  lhoriuch@cisco.com             
</p>
<p>                  or 
</p>
<p>                  Blair Christie, 408/525-4856 (Investor Relations) 
</p>
<p>                  blchrist@cisco.com            </p>
<p>URL:              http://www.businesswire.com
Today&apos;s News On The Net - Business Wire&apos;s full file on the
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		<title>Televideo Inc - Ships 300mhz Thin-Client</title>
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code="telv"  code-source="" type="company">Televideo, Inc.</keyword>
<keyword name="ticker symbol" code="nsm" code-source=""
type="company">National  Semiconductor Corp.</keyword>
<keyword name="ticker symbol" code="msft" code-source=""
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			<summary><summary-headline>Televideo Inc - Ships
300mhz  Thin-Client</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Televideo Inc - Ships 300mhz
Thin-Client</main-headline
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  		<body><p>New York, New York, Dec. 11, 2000 (Market News
Publishing via  COMTEX) --
TeleVideo(R), Inc. has released a new, faster thin-client, the
TeleCLIENT(TM)
TC7010. Recognized for value, experience and performance, the TeleCLIENT
TC7010
thin-clients are ideal desktop replacements for the healthcare, education
and
task-based work environments.</p>
<p>The TeleCLIENT TC7010 comes with a powerful 300MHz processor from
National
Semiconductor(R), 32MB RAM, auto-sensing and wake-on-LAN ready 10/100BaseT
Ethernet and also includes Microsoft RDP 5.0 and Citrix ICA 6.0 clients.
Also
available are terminal emulations such as 3270 and 5250 and a line printer
daemon (LPD) service, which allows every TeleCLIENT to function as a network
printer.</p>
<p>Compatible with the TeleManager Management Software, the TeleCLIENT
TC7010
thin-clients can be remotely administered and managed, lowering the total
cost
of ownership in the IT department. &quot;With TeleManager and our TC7010
thin-client,
thin-client computing has risen above the traditional PC architecture.
Remote
administration, centralized management and a high performance thin- client
allow
IT administrators to take advantage of thin-client server based computing
and
lower their total cost of ownership,&quot; stated Dr. Philip Hwang, Chairman
and CEO
of TeleVideo.</p>
<p>The TeleCLIENT TC7010 thin-clients can be purchased through
TeleVideo&apos;s
authorized resellers and distributors. Learn how the TeleVideo TeleCLIENT
TC7010
provides solutions today by visiting us at www.televideo.com.</p>
<p>About TeleVideo, Inc. Founded in 1975, TeleVideo, Inc. is a pioneer in
network
computing. With over 25 years of experience in designing, manufacturing and
marketing thin-client Windows-based terminals and Internet appliances,
TeleVideo
has played an integral role in network computing. In 2000, the company
merged
with Promise Engineering, Inc. to offer a more diverse product line in the
field
of mobile electronics while continuing to forge new ground in delivering
thin-client solutions.</p>
<p></p>
<p></p>
<p></p>
<p>TEL:  408/954-8333   Helen Kim, TeleVideo, Inc. 
TEL:  408/954-8333   Helen Kim, TeleVideo, Inc
Email: hkim@televideo.com
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		<title>Platformedia Presents at the Angelsociety Forum
NYC</title>
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			<summary><summary-headline>Platformedia Presents at
the Angelsociety  Forum NYC</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Platformedia Presents at the Angelsociety
Forum  NYC</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) 2000 PR Newswire. All Rights
Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>NEW YORK, Dec 11, 2000 /PRNewswire via
COMTEX/</dateline>
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  		<body><p>NEW YORK, Dec 11, 2000 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
PLATFORMedia LLC  has been
invited to present at the AngelSociety Forum in New York, December 12-14,
along
with a number of other emerging technology companies. Dr. Martin Andrews,
Principal, will describe PLATFORMedia&apos;s new Practical Parallel
application
during the afternoon session on December 13.</p>
<p>Practical Parallel is a proprietary Peer-to-Peer application that allows
companies to harness the unused processing capacity of the computers on
their
local area network (LAN). Using the Practical Parallel system,
PLATFORMedia&apos;s
clients can perform computations that they could not previously attempt,
using
their existing computer resources.</p>
<p>PLATFORMedia&apos;s Practical Parallel system is fully integrated with
Microsoft
Office, making it exceptionally easy to build complete distributed
applications,
without the need for specialist programming. In addition, PLATFORMedia has
produced a number of pre-built templates, which clients can use to build
their
solutions quickly. There are templates available for (a) Analysis of complex
models in multiple fixed scenarios (b) Monte-Carlo simulation of models, and
(c)
Optimization of model parameters. Each of these templates is applicable to a
wide range of problems and industries. The resulting client solutions will
automatically make use of the spare computing capacity on the corporate
LAN.</p>
<p>Further applications are in development by PLATFORMedia, each using the
existing
peer-to-peer distributed computation system as a foundation. One important
example is a proprietary Knowledge Management application, which enables a
corporate user to search their corporate information systems &apos;by
concept.&apos; This
is a complex task (far beyond simple keyword search) that requires large
amounts
of processing power. This power is delivered by the Practical Parallel
platform.</p>
<p>The Practical Parallel system uses standard Internet protocols to
communicate
between machines on the LAN, Java for robustness and security, and links
with
Microsoft Office applications for ease-of-use.</p>
<p>PLATFORMedia&apos;s Peer-to-Peer distributed computation application is
available on
a free-trial basis at http://www.platformedia.com. The trial version will
speed
up a client&apos;s Excel application by a factor of 2. A fully licensed
version from
PLATFORMedia is designed to enhance the performance of a client&apos;s
applications
by a factor of 20 or more. Importantly, once a client has a live
&apos;x2&apos;
application, the application is scaleable, without modification, to use all
of
the machines on their LAN.</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    PLATFORMedia LLC, is privately held and has offices in New York.</p>
<p>SOURCE PLATFORMedia LLC</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          Martin Andrews, Principal of PLATFORMedia LLC,
212-977-4959</p>
<p>URL:              http://www.platformedia.com
http://www.prnewswire.com
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		<title>Metlife Chooses at&amp;T to Manage Its Global
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  			<copyright>(C) 2000 PR Newswire. All Rights
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  		<body><p>NEW YORK, Dec 11, 2000 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
MetLife, a  leading provider
of insurance and financial services, announced today it has signed a
seven-year,
$470-million contract to outsource its telecommunications networks to
AT&amp;T.</p>
<p>AT&amp;T Solutions, the networking professional services arm of AT&amp;T
Business, will
provide advanced networking management capabilities through its Global
Client
Support Centers (GCSCs). The company will manage MetLife&apos;s voice and
wide area
networks, and provide connectivity among all MetLife locations. AT&amp;T
Solutions
will manage more than 5,000 devices, including routers, PBXs and local area
network (LAN) hubs.</p>
<p>Additionally, MetLife and AT&amp;T Solutions will jointly develop
communications
standards that can be used within MetLife&apos;s business units. The
alliance
supports MetLife&apos;s strategic goals of increasing operational
excellence,
introducing advanced technologies and controlling expense.</p>
<p>&quot;Seamless networking connectivity among our businesses, with
suppliers and
customers is a top priority,&quot; said MetLife Chairman and CEO Robert H.
Benmosche.
&quot;As we grow from an insurance company to a full financial services
company,
AT&amp;T&apos;s networking expertise will help us expand capabilities and
hold the line
on costs.</p>
<p>&quot;As we continue to transform our business, we&apos;re counting on
AT&amp;T to  transform
our networking infrastructure,&quot; Benmosche added. &quot;This enables us
to focus our
full attention on our core competencies, and count on AT&amp;T to support
our growth
strategy by delivering world-class networking capabilities.&quot;</p>
<p>&quot;MetLife is undergoing significant and rapid change,&quot; said Rick
Roscitt,
president of AT&amp;T Business and CEO of AT&amp;T Solutions. &quot;As part
of this
transformation, they are looking to us to migrate their network to a common
operational platform with standardized networking applications, and to
provide a
rich portfolio of communications services that supports their businesses.
We&apos;re
delighted to be an integral part of MetLife&apos;s strategic vision for the
future.&quot;</p>
<p>AT&amp;T Solutions also will provide data- and voice-network engineering
support,
transport support and break/fix of network components. In addition, it will
provide sales-office-implementation support for MetLife Financial Services,
New
England Financial, and MetLife Auto &amp; Home.</p>
<p>AT&amp;T Solutions will manage MetLife&apos;s network from its GCSCs via
the AT&amp;T
Solutions Global Enterprise Management System (GEMS). AT&amp;T Solutions
maintains
GCSCs in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Singapore,
India and China.</p>
<p>GEMS provides seamless e-business networking capabilities -- including
predictive network management -- by integrating proprietary software
developed
at AT&amp;T Labs with best-in-class enterprise-management software. GEMS
also can
provide AT&amp;T Solutions clients with detailed e-business applications
data and
analysis.</p>
<p>The MetLife contract is another example of AT&amp;T executing its
strategy to be the
broadband network of choice for corporate users as it helps them manage,
transform and innovate in their global businesses.</p>
<p>About MetLife</p>
<p>Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of MetLife, Inc. (NYSE:
MET),
is a leading provider of insurance and other financial services to
individual
and group customers. The MetLife companies serve approximately nine million
individual households in the U.S. and companies and institutions with 33
million
employees and members. MetLife also has international insurance operations
in 12
countries. For more information about MetLife, please visit the
company&apos;s Web
site at http://www.metlife.com.</p>
<p>About AT&amp;T/AT&amp;T Solutions</p>
<p>AT&amp;T (http://www.att.com) is among the world&apos;s premier voice,
video and data
communications companies. With annual revenues of more than $62 billion and
160,000 employees, AT&amp;T provides services to customers worldwide. Backed
by the
research and development capabilities of AT&amp;T Labs, the company runs the
world&apos;s
largest, most sophisticated communications network, is the largest cable
operator in the U.S., and has one of the largest digital wireless networks
in
North America.</p>
<p>The company is a leading supplier of data and Internet services for
businesses
and offers outsourcing, consulting and networking-integration to large
businesses. Through its recent cable acquisitions, AT&amp;T delivers
broadband
video, voice and data services to customers throughout the United States.
Internationally, Concert, the AT&amp;T/BT Global Venture, serves the
communications
needs of multinational companies and international carriers worldwide</p>
<p>AT&amp;T Solutions (http://www.attsolutions.com) provides seamless
solutions that
maximize the competitive advantage of networking-based electronic commerce
applications. It uses state-of-the-art tools and processes to operate and
manage
voice, data, video and Internet/intranet services, including local and wide
area
networks, PBXs, voice-processing systems, and voice and data terminals.</p>
<p>The foregoing are &quot;forward-looking statements&quot; which are based
on  management&apos;s
beliefs as well as on a number of assumptions concerning future events made
by
and information currently available to management. Readers are cautioned not
to
put undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which are not a
guarantee
of performance and are subject to a number of uncertainties and other
factors,
many of which are outside AT&amp;T&apos;s control, that could cause actual
results to
differ materially from such statements. For a more detailed description of
the
factors that could cause such a difference, please see AT&amp;T&apos;s
filings with the
Securities and Exchange Commission. AT&amp;T disclaims any intention or
obligation
to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of
new
information, future events or otherwise. This information is presented
solely to
provide additional information to further understand the results of
AT&amp;T.</p>
<p>SOURCE AT&amp;T</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          AT&amp;T - Mike Cuno, 973-443-2267 - office,  or
973-452-5287 -
</p>
<p>                  wireless, mcuno@att.com; or MetLife - Jennie Morgan,
212-578-5527 -  office,
</p>
<p>                  jmorgan3@metlife.com
</p>
<p>                  (T MET)</p>
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  	<article>
		<title>Atle Acquires 48% Stake in Dotcom Solutions</title>
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			<summary><summary-headline>Atle Acquires 48% Stake
in Dotcom  Solutions</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Atle Acquires 48% Stake in Dotcom
Solutions</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright></copyright>
  			<dateline>DEC 11, 2000, M2 Communications</dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>DEC 11, 2000, M2 Communications - The Swedish
private equity  company Atle has
acquired a 48% stake in Dotcom Solutions AB, a subsidiary of the
Finnish-Swedish
IT group TietoEnator.</p>
<p>Dotcom is Sweden&apos;s leading system integrator and supplier of
communication
solutions with 600 employees at 35 locations in Sweden. The company offers
solutions, services and products in areas such as LAN, WAN, Internet
working,
telephony, computer supported telephony, call centres, security and IP
telephony. Its annual turnover is SEK1bn.</p>
<p>The purchase price is based on a company value of SEK140m, in addition to
which
Atle will pay a further sum based on Dotcom&apos;s development in 2001. The
additional sum can amount to a maximum of SEK77m.</p>
<p></p>
<p>
((Comments on this story may be sent to
nbr.feedback@nordicbusinessreport.com))
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  	<article>
		<title>Sbs Technologies, Inc. Sponsors Network World&apos;s
&apos;State of  the Wan&apos; Town Meeting</title>
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			<summary><summary-headline>Sbs Technologies, Inc.
Sponsors Network  World&apos;s &apos;State of the Wan&apos; Town
Meeting</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Sbs Technologies, Inc. Sponsors Network
World&apos;s  &apos;State of the Wan&apos; Town Meeting</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) 2000 PR Newswire. All Rights
Reserved.</copyright>
  			<dateline>MANSFIELD, Mass., Dec 11, 2000 /PRNewswire
via  COMTEX/</dateline>
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  		<body><p>MANSFIELD, Mass., Dec 11, 2000 /PRNewswire via
COMTEX/ -- SBS  Technologies,
Inc. Communications Group (Nasdaq: SBSE), a leader in high-performance OEM
telecommunications platforms and subsystems, is pleased to announce its
sponsorship of Network World&apos;s &apos;State of the WAN&apos; Town
Meeting.</p>
<p>&quot;Recognized as a leading forum for the discussion and promotion of
evolving and
nascent WAN technology, Network World&apos;s &quot;State of the WAN&quot;
Town Meetings
continue to attract leading networking/telecommunications organizations
nationwide,&quot; said Robin Azar, Vice President of Events. &quot;We are
once again
excited that SBS, a premier provider of telecommunications technology, has
chosen to sponsor our 2001 &apos;State of the WAN&apos; town meeting
series.&quot;</p>
<p>These interactive seminars presented by Network World confront the issues
surrounding the ever-expanding areas of WAN technology and network services.
A
series of informative keynote addresses, presentations and roundtable
discussions will create a clearer perspective of the changing WAN landscape,
demands on the network and evolving applications. The program will be
moderated
by John Gallant, Editorial Director of Network World and Dr. Jim Metzler of
Ashton, Metzler &amp; Associates.</p>
<p>&quot;SBS is committed to promoting the development of leading edge
technologies that
are ultimately deployed in the telecommunications infrastructure,&quot;
comments
Christopher J. Amenson, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of
SBS
Technologies. &quot;We are delighted to continue being an active contributor
to this
highly regarded WAN seminar and applaud the efforts of Network World in
hosting
this event.&quot;</p>
<p>Topics to be addressed in this upcoming year&apos;s events include:
implementation of
QoS, VPNs as a replacement for Frame Relay and ATM networks, private network
vs.
managed service, significance of Service Level Agreements, and necessary WAN
hardware to exploit new WAN services. The seminar will feature top technical
experts from industry leading WAN companies to provide an in-depth view of
developing WAN technology.</p>
<p>The 2001 &quot;State of the WAN&quot; tour will be presented in the
following eight
cities:</p>
<p>
</p>
<p>    February 6    New York, NY          February 14    San Jose, CA
</p>
<p>    February 7    Chicago, IL           February 15    Dallas, TX
</p>
<p>    February 8    Philadelphia, PA      February 27    Washington, D.C.
</p>
<p>    February 13   Seattle, WA           February 28    Raleigh/Durham,
NC</p>
<p>Other sponsors of the event include leading telecommunications services
providers and equipment vendors such as WorldCom, Genuity, Visual Networks,
ADC,
IPHighway, Sitara Networks, Agilent and GN Nettest. For more information on
the
&quot;State of the WAN&quot; event or to register for these seminars, please
log on to
www.networkworld.com/seminars/wan or call (800) 643-4668.</p>
<p>About SBS Technologies, Inc.</p>
<p>SBS Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: SBSE) is a leading designer and
manufacturer of
open-architecture, standard bus embedded computer components that system
designers can easily utilize to create a custom solution specific to the
user&apos;s
unique application. SBS embedded computer components are used in OEM
applications such as telecommunications base stations and routers, medical
imaging machines, automation and control equipment, and aerospace devices.
SBS
product lines include CPU boards, input/output (I/O) modules, avionics
modules
and analyzers, computer interconnection and expansion units, and complete
computer systems.</p>
<p>Statements in this press release regarding SBS Technologies, Inc. and its
business that are not historical facts are &quot;forward-looking
statements,&quot;
including explicit statements regarding product availability and
applications,
and implicit suggestions regarding the market potential of our business and
expectations of future orders. These forward-looking statements involve
risks
and uncertainties and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. For information
about
risks and uncertainties that could affect the accuracy of the forward-
looking
statements, please refer to SBS Technologies&apos; filings with the SEC,
including
SBS&apos; Annual Report on Form 10-K.</p>
<p>SOURCE SBS Technologies, Inc.</p>
<p>
CONTACT:          Jennifer D. Wade, Manager, Investor Relations of SBS
</p>
<p>                  Technologies, Inc., 505-875-0600, Fax, 505-875-0404,
jwade@sbs.com; or  Cate
</p>
<p>                  Keefe, Marketing Communications Specialist of SBS
Technologies  Communications
</p>
<p>                  Group, 508-261-7007, Fax, 508-261-1420,
ckeefe@sbs.com</p>
<p>URL:              http://www.sbs.com
http://www.prnewswire.com
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  	<article>
		<title>Peru: LAN Chile to Increase LAN Peru&apos;s
Capital</title>
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			<summary><summary-headline>Peru: LAN Chile to
Increase LAN  Peru&apos;s Capital</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Peru: LAN Chile to Increase LAN Peru&apos;s
Capital</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright></copyright>
  			<dateline></dateline>
  		</core>
  		<body><p>Lan Chile plans to increase Lan Peru&apos;s capital
by US$20mil so  as to help the
local airline achieve a steady growth. The Chilean airline hopes that the
Peruvian court calls Lan Peru&apos;s shareholders meeting, since Lorenzo
Sousa, Lan
Peru&apos;s former president, refused to do that. The meeting will define
Lan Peru&apos;s
new board of directors.</p>
<p></p>
<p></p>
<p>Copyright (c) 2000, SABI, all rights reserved.</p>
<p></p>
<p>
</p>
<p>   Source: Gestion Page: 5 Date: November 23, 2000 Country: Peru 
Product: Air Transportation Company: Lan Chile ; Lan Peru Event: 
Planning &amp; Information SABI (South American Business Information)
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		<title>Broadcom Corp - World&apos;s First Gigabit Ethernet
Controller with  Support for PCI-X - Standard</title>
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			<summary><summary-headline>Broadcom Corp -
World&apos;s First  Gigabit Ethernet Controller with Support for PCI-X -
Standard</summary-headline></summary>
  			<headline><main-headline
				>Broadcom Corp - World&apos;s First Gigabit
Ethernet  Controller with Support for PCI-X - Standard</main-headline
				></headline>
  			<byline></byline>
  			<copyright>(C) Market News Publishing Inc. Tel:(604)
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  		<body><p>New York, New York, Dec. 11, 2000 (Market News
Publishing via  COMTEX) --
BCM5700 Demonstrates Higher Performance and Lower CPU Utilization Than Any
Other
Commercially Available Solution</p>
<p>Broadcom Corporation, the leading provider of integrated circuits
enabling
broadband communications, extended its leadership position in Gigabit
Ethernet
with the introduction of the world&apos;s first Gigabit Ethernet Media
Access
Controller (MAC) chip that supports Peripheral Computer Interconnect (PCI)
and
PCI-X local bus interfaces for use in network interface cards (NIC) and
LAN-on-Motherboard (LOM) implementations.</p>
<p>The company&apos;s first Gigabit Ethernet MAC, the Broadcom(R) BCM5700,
which comes
with a comprehensive suite of software, sets a new standard in the industry
for
performance and on-chip integration. Broadcom&apos;s high performance
10/100/1000
BASE-T MAC is complemented by its broad family of Gigabit Ethernet
transceiver
chips and will enable the company to provide customers with complete
MAC/transceiver solutions that will drive down the cost of Gigabit Ethernet
in
next-generation servers, workstations, and desktop computers. Furthermore,
Broadcom&apos;s strategic alliance announced today with 3Com Corporation,
the most
preferred brand and channel for network interface cards and LOM networking
solutions, will further accelerate customer migration from Fast Ethernet to
Gigabit Ethernet.</p>
<p>&quot;By delivering leading edge MAC, transceiver and software technology
with
unprecedented levels of integration, Broadcom is driving up performance
while
driving down the price points to enable widespread adoption of Gigabit
Ethernet,&quot; said Marty Colombatto, Vice President and General Manager of
Broadcom&apos;s Networking Business Unit. &quot;Broadcom&apos;s initiative
to develop  Gigabit
MAC technology is strategic to our overall commitment to deliver to our
customers the highest level of integration and performance for the
advancement
of corporate networks.&quot;</p>
<p>Broadcom&apos;s first generation Gigabit Ethernet controller provides an
unprecedented level of integration, combining support for 10/100/1000
Megabit
per second (Mbps) operation, dual high-speed on-chip processors, 128KB of
integrated on-chip memory, advanced packet classification engines, and PCI
/PCI-X 1.0 local bus interconnects in a single-chip solution. Triple speed
(10,
100, and 1000 Mbps) support with standard-based auto-negotiation allows
server,
workstation and desktop computer manufacturers to build solutions that can
transparently interface with Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet
technology over the existing Category 5 cabling infrastructure, and provides
an
easy path for migrating legacy 10 Mbps and 10/100 Mbps networks to Gigabit
speed.</p>
<p>The BCM5700 is the industry&apos;s first Gigabit MAC to incorporate the
recently
approved PCI-X v1.0 local bus interface specification allowing data transfer
rates of up to 1.066 Gigabytes per second between the controller and the
system.
Support for PCI-X enables Broadcom&apos;s Gigabit Ethernet MAC to maintain
traffic at
Gigabit speeds in I/O intensive server applications where multiple
communication
and storage peripheral devices share the same I/O bus. Broadcom&apos;s
support for
the new PCI-X interface demonstrates the company&apos;s commitment to
delivering
leading edge I/O technology for servers and workstations.</p>
<p>According to Bert McComas, analyst for InQuest Market research, &quot;By
the middle
of 2001, we expect that PCI-X will be enabled in new mainstream server
platforms
from all leading server vendors. PCI-X builds on the momentum of PCI as the
most
widely supported I/O standard in the world, and defines a clear path to
satisfy
next generation server I/O performance demands.&quot;</p>
<p>Gigabit Ethernet provides ten times the performance of today&apos;s
10/100 BASE-T
server, workstation, and desktop network connections. This leap forward in
performance is especially critical for today&apos;s servers and workstations
that are
already being bottlenecked by aging 10/100 Ethernet connections. With
Internet
traffic doubling every three to six months, accelerating the performance and
communication speed of the server is critical for enhancing end-users&apos;
Internet
and e-Business experience.</p>
<p>Early tests show the BCM5700 raises the bar for the competition in both
throughput and host CPU efficiency. By focusing on total performance of the
system, the architecture of the BCM5700 enables servers and workstations not
only to communicate faster but also to reduce the consumption of valuable
system
resources needed to reach Gigabit communications speeds.</p>
<p>PCI-X is an extension of the widely accepted PCI standard for data
transfer
between CPUs and I/O peripherals and is becoming widely used by
manufacturers
for speeding the flow of data within servers, storage area networks and
network
switches. Backwards compatible with the high performance PCI local bus
specification, PCI-X offers an immediate solution to the increased I/O
requirements for high-bandwidth applications such as Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre
Channel, Ultra3 SCSI and high-performance graphics. PCI-X supports 32-bit
and
64-bit operations at frequencies up to 133 MHz, allowing data throughput of
over
1 Gigabyte per second.</p>
<p>Broadcom also offers the most complete suite of software for server
applications
supporting all leading operating systems. This software suite is already
undergoing extensive system-level qualification by leading server OEMs.
Broadcom&apos;s server software package includes multi-vendor fail-over,
IEEE 802.3AD
port aggregation, Layer 3 switch-independent Smart-Load-Balancing(TM),
Hot-Plug
PCI, IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagging, and IEEE 802.1P traffic prioritization for
Quality of Service (QoS), cable analyzer, and advanced diagnostics and
control
functions. The combined BCM5700 MAC and server software solution
demonstrates
superior functionality to any other Gigabit Ethernet NIC or LOM solution
commercially available today.</p>
<p>A complete NIC and LOM solution is achieved by combining the BCM5700 with
one of
Broadcom&apos;s market leading Gigabit Ethernet transceivers, which support
the three
Ethernet speeds - 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps - in a single-chip solution with
intelligent networking functions, such as cable diagnostics and auto network
detection. Having shipped over a million Gigabit Ethernet ports, Broadcom
continues to extend its leadership position in Gigabit Ethernet, with the
broadest, most advanced family of Gigabit Ethernet transceivers.
Broadcom&apos;s
Gigabit Ethernet transceiver architecture is the only solution that has been
proven in actual high-volume field deployment. Furthermore, Broadcom&apos;s
Gigabit
Ethernet transceiver architecture has completed over eighteen months of
extensive system- and device-level testing in real-world and
&quot;worse-case&quot; cable
plants by hundreds of engineers in dozens of test sites worldwide.</p>
<p>Pricing and Availability Broadcom&apos;s Gigabit Ethernet MAC and Phy
chipset
solution is available now and is priced at $59.</p>
<p>About Broadcom Broadcom Corporation is the leading provider of highly
integrated
silicon solutions that enable broadband digital transmission of voice,
video,
and data. Using proprietary technologies and advanced design methodologies,
the
company designs, develops and supplies integrated circuits for a number of
the
most significant broadband communications markets, including the markets for
cable set-top boxes, cable modems, high-speed local, metropolitan and wide
area
networks, home networking, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), carrier
access,
residential broadband gateways, direct broadcast satellite and terrestrial
digital broadcast, optical networking, digital subscriber lines (xDSL) and
wireless communications. Broadcom is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., and
may be
contacted at 949-450-8700 or at www.broadcom.com.</p>
<p>Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
of
1995:</p>
<p>This release may contain forward-looking statements based on our current
expectations, estimates and projections about our industry,
management&apos;s
beliefs, and certain assumptions made by us. Words such as
&quot;anticipates,&quot;
&quot;expects,&quot; &quot;intends,&quot; &quot;plans,&quot;
&quot;believes,&quot;  &quot;seeks,&quot; &quot;estimates,&quot;
&quot;may,&quot; &quot;will&quot;
and variations of these words or similar expressions are intended to
identify
forward-looking statements. In addition, any statements that refer to
expectations, projections or other characterizations of future events or
circumstances, including any underlying assumptions, are forward-looking
statements. These statements are not guarantees of future performance and
are
subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult
to
predict. Therefore, our actual results could differ materially and adversely
from those expressed in any forward-looking statements as a result of
various
factors.</p>
<p>Important factors that may cause such a difference for Broadcom in
connection
with the BCM5700 product include, but are not limited to, the timing and
successful completion of technology and product development through volume
production; the rate at which our present and future customers and end-users
adopt Broadcom&apos;s technologies and products in the markets for Gigabit
Ethernet;
delays in the adoption and acceptance of industry standards in the foregoing
markets; the timing of customer-industry qualification and certification of
our
products and the risks of non-qualification or non-certification; the
timing,
rescheduling or cancellation of significant customer orders; the loss of a
key
customer; the volume of our product sales and pricing concessions on volume
sales; silicon wafer pricing and the availability of foundry and assembly
capacity and raw materials; the qualification, availability and pricing of
competing products and technologies and the resulting effects on sales and
pricing of our products; intellectual property disputes and customer
indemnification claims; fluctuations in the manufacturing yields of our
third
party semiconductor foundries and other problems or delays in the
fabrication,
assembly, testing or delivery of our products; our ability to specify,
develop
or acquire, complete, introduce, market and transition to volume production
new
products and technologies in a timely manner; the effects of new and
emerging
technologies; the effectiveness of our product cost reduction efforts; the
risks
of producing products with new suppliers and at new fabrication and assembly
facilities; problems or delays that we may face in shifting our products to
smaller geometry process technologies and in achieving higher levels of
design
integration; the risks and uncertainties associated with our international
operations; our ability to retain and hire key executives, technical
personnel
and other employees in the numbers, with the capabilities, and at the
compensation levels needed to implement our business and product plans;
changes
in our product or customer mix; the quality of our products and any
remediation
costs; the effects of natural disasters and other events beyond our control;
the
level of orders received that can be shipped in a fiscal quarter; general
economic conditions and specific conditions in the markets we address; and
other
factors.</p>
<p>Our Annual Report on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, recent
Current
Reports on Forms 8-K and 8-K/A, and other Securities and Exchange Commission
filings discuss some of the important risk factors that may affect our
business,
results of operations and financial condition. We undertake no obligation to
revise or update publicly any forward-looking statements for any reason.</p>
<p>Note to Editors: Broadcom(R), Smart-Load-Balancing and the pulse logo are
trademarks of Broadcom Corporation and/or its affiliates in the United
States
and certain other countries.</p>
<p></p>
<p></p>
<p></p>
<p>TEL:  (949) 585-5108  Laura Brandlin, Trade Press 
</p>
<p>                      Broadcom Corporation
Email: lbrandlin@broadcom.com
</p>
<p> 
TEL:  (949) 585-6858  Greg Young, Technical Contact
Email: gyoung@broadcom.com
</p>
<p> 
TEL:  (949) 585-5555 or (949) 585-5971  Bill Blanning or Eileen Algaze
</p>
<p>                                        Business Press
Email: blanning@broadcom.com
</p>
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