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February 15th, 2000

[6:00 AM] Sonnet At Cebit
by Staff

Sonnet Technologies is taking their show on the road. The company announced today that they will be exhibiting at one of the largest trade shows in Germany, Cebit. According to Sonnet Technologies:

Sonnet Technologies, the worldwide market share leader in processor upgrade cards for Apple Macintosh computers, will be exhibiting at the Cebit tradeshow? from February 24- March 1, 2000. Sonnet, which distributes products in Germany through Comline and Data World, will be highlighting all of its G3 and G4 upgrade product lines, including the latest addition, the G3 upgrade for the Power Book 1400. "Germany is one of our largest international markets, and we are excited to be supporting our German partners," says Robert Farnsworth, President and CEO of Sonnet Technologies.

You can find more information, and a full list of products, at the Sonnet Technologies web site.

Sonnet Technologies



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