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Obituary: The Cow and lamb are dead

Over at Denver, the IEEE finally closed the book on 802.5, a.k.a. token-ring. The standards have been withdrawn. Token-ring is well and truly dead.
However, over at the Thinking problem management blog, there is a section dedicated to token-ring memories. If you have any Madge or token-ring memories and pictures email them to me at ronaldxbartels at and I'll post them. Here is an example: The Madge Networks CAU and LAM launch in the US!


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