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100MBit cards part two

By Chris Williams. Published: 29th Apr 2002, 21:48:46 | Permalink | Printable

Finally shipping

Castle like to keep their announcements short and sweet; which is what we like. Just the facts, ma'am.

"Castle are pleased to announce that the first shipments of their 32-bit 10/100BaseT network podules took place on Tuesday 23rd April 2002", writes sales@castle.uk.co. This is cute bearing in mind that drobe.co.uk first reported on the new 100MBit cards way back in January this year.

According to Castle, their latest kit is "the first (and only) 32-bit 100BaseT card". Awesome.


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Anyone done any tests to say how fast these cards actually are??

 is a RISC OS User on 30/4/02 9:46AM
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We're working on getting a review done. Don't panic.


 is a RISC OS Userdiomus on 30/4/02 2:34PM
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