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K56Flex Versus X2

Posted on 1997-12-21
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When is the decision going to be made about X2 and flex.
I've heard it's going to be feb98 but can't find any info to sustain this.........thanks
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sutty...

Indeed it was said on the news, there is no info about it yet, but they have agreed on it, and it's gonna be effective as you said February 98.  I was just commenting on this in saying that a least for the first time they agreed on one thing in common.

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At least they are getting somewere....But it would help more if they let us all know what format is going to be used...That way we would know if we have to get rid of our flex modems
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Hold tight to it right now.  You never know what these guys are up to until it's sealed.
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