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Interphase announced Synaptel's Syncard PCI ISDN/X.25 Adapter, which provides simultaneous access to ISDN, packet switched networks, and leased lines. Network managers now have a combined LAN and WAN network attachment for PCI-based systems, according to a press release. The adapter supports features in Microsoft and IBM server operating systems, allowing integration into existing networks. The adapter costs $1,590. Synaptel of France is a subsidiary of Interphase.