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Cisco to Feature Networking Solutions for Publishing Industry at Seybold Conference

Cisco to Feature Networking Solutions for Publishing Industry at Seybold Conference
Sep 30, 1997

SAN JOSE, Calif. - September 30, 1997 - Cisco Systems, Inc. will demonstrate its networkingsolutions for the publishing industry during the Seybold Conference in San Francisco, October1-3 (booth 4540). Cisco will demonstrate streamlined digital workflows and Internet and remoteconnectivity solutions that allow direct connections to customers and suppliers.

"In this deadline-intensive market, moving documents quickly, securely and reliably is ofutmost importance to the publishing industry," said Rick Burgess, director of solutionsmarketing in the Small/Medium Business Line of Business at Cisco Systems. "Networking is now acompetitive advantage, and publishing companies have begun using networking to increaseproductivity, customer satisfaction and profitability."

Streamlining digital workflow means publishing companies can take advantage of a wide range ofapplications, including email, job tracking and workflow management. Utilizing local areanetworks and the Internet, these applications enhance communications and increase customerservice. Cisco's products also enable publishing companies to take advantage of remoteconnectivity applications such as computer-to-plate, electronic printing, Web hosting andremote proofing applications. Cisco's products offer ease-of-use, quality of service, securetransmission and data integrity - features that are required for these applications.

WAM!NET to Exhibit with Cisco

WAM!NET will demonstrate its network access solution in Cisco's booth. WAM!NET uses Ciscodevices throughout its high-speed, proprietary network and customer sites. WAM!NET offers afully managed digital delivery network that provides guaranteed throughput for mission-criticaldigital files. This Intertech Award-winning digital delivery network is aimed atrevolutionizing the graphic arts business.

Digital Art Exchange and Group Logic Utilize Cisco Products

Digital Art Exchange (DAX) (booth 301) will demonstrate its integrated ISDN solutions, runningon Cisco equipment and technologies. DAX uses Cisco digital access switches throughout the DAXDigital Workflow Suite, a complete series of connectivity products that deliver WANflexibility, affordability and security. The DAX solutions are aimed at providing strong, fastdigital communications, and implementation of today's advanced digital workflows.

Group Logic (booth 3232) will demonstrate its MassTransit v2.0 remote job delivery and remoteproofing software, running on Cisco equipment. Together, Group Logic and Cisco provide acomplete, bundled solution that delivers large publishing files and proofs to remote sitesquickly via high-speed telecommunications services including ISDN, Frame Relay and theInternet. This solution includes Group Logic's MassTransit software, which supports TCP/IPnetwork-based file transfer and remote proofing, and the Cisco 700 and 3600 series ISDNrouters. Group Logic, a leading provider of open, standards-based telecommunications softwareto the graphic arts market, will also exhibit Cisco solutions.

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