General Instrument Corp., Hatboro, PA, and Fujitsu Network Communications Inc., Richardson, TX,

May 1, 1997

General Instrument Corp., Hatboro, PA, and Fujitsu Network Communications Inc., Richardson, TX, will work together to market the latter`s N-Able Synchronous Optical Network technology to the North American cable-TV market. N-Able consists of a 2.5-Gbit/sec OC-48 add/drop transport system optimized for asymmetrical communications for broadcast video transport, plus duplex 44.736-Mbit/sec DS-3 modules for voice and data. The combination of N-Able with General Instrument`s video codec is expected to operate over hybrid fiber/coaxial-cable networks without affecting two-way communications.

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