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3Com Rolls Out New Networking Family

3Com Corp. announced a new line of networking products. The family is known as SuperStack and consists of several Ethernet switches.

The SuperStack 3 Switch 4900 offers Gigabit Ethernet over either copper wiring or fiber and Layer 3 switching. The SuperStack 3 Switch 3300s are six new models of stackable 10/100/1000 Mbps switches. Additionally, 3Com is announcing a new line of Web-enablement products based on the SuperStack 3 line, and feature Web caching, content switching, and firewall security.

Contact 3Com, (508) 323-1547, www.3com.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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