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FORE Systems - Marconi - Ericsson  Profile

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FORE Systems - Marconi - Ericsson  Company Overview

Fore Systems, Inc., provides advanced networking solutions based on Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) technology. The companys products include ForeRunner ATM switches for enterprise applications and PowerHub LAN switches for ATM connectivity. FORE Systems was acquired by GEC (subsequently renamed Marconi) in April, 1999. Marconi was acquired by LM Ericsson Telefon AB in January, 2006.

FORE Systems - Marconi - Ericsson  Products

The types of products manufactured by FORE Systems - Marconi - Ericsson include Networking Hardware products.

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