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1 CONTENTS PAGE V.34 HIGH SPEED DIAL MODEMS...2 ALM 3239 SA...2 ALM 3239 CS...3 MODEM FEATURES COMPARISON MATRIX...4 ALM CHASSIS AND CHASSIS ACCESSORIES...6 ALM 1623 CARD NEST (A.K.A. MK III +CARD NEST)*...6 MK III + CARD NEST (A.K.A. ALM 1623 CARD NEST)...7 THE PERSONAL CONTROLLER: CENTRAL SITE FEATURE SOLUTION...8 LEASED LINE MODEMS...9 ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV PRODUCTS...9 APPLICATIONS...10 NETWORK MANAGEMENT...12 COMPATIBILITY...12 ORDERING INFORMATION...12 Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 1 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

2 V.34 HIGH SPEED DIAL MODEMS ALM 3239 SA A full-duplex (2-wire dial or 2/4 wire leased line)"slim line" standalone modem that operates at 33,600, 28,800, 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200, 16,800, 14,400, 12,000, 9600, 7200, 4800, bps asynchronously or synchronously. ITU-T (ITU-T) V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.33, V.23, V.22bis, V.22, V.21; Bell 208/212A/103 Includes: Modem, power supply, manual, a 2-conductor cable (part no. 28C168-01*) for dial line connections. This cable has an 8-pin modular connector on one end and a 6-pin modular connector on the other end. A 4-conductor cable for leased line connection (part no J-10) is also supplied. This cable that has an 8-position, 4-wire modular plug at one end and a 8- position, 4-wire modular plug at the other end. * Depending on country configuration, a dial cable specific for that country may be included in modem (28C171-01, 28C171-05). Additional Optional Cables (must be ordered separately): G-10 8P to 8P Programmable Dial Cable, B-10 Modem/DTE EDM/CMS cable. Features Benefits Software Definable The modem can be reprogrammed with new instructions for new functionality through the DTE or the telephone interface. This feature allows the modem to be easily upgraded, eliminates time consuming tasks of exchanging hardware, fast and convenient for remote sites. Also minimizes obsolescence and downtime. Supports V.34 Speeds With the new V.34 standard modem speed available, the ALM3239 SA modem provides the highest data transfer rate available for even the most demanding telecommunications tasks and situations where connect times and long-distance charges are an issue. It s also an ideal solution for remote LAN access applications and LAN-to-LAN connectivity. ITU-T V.42 and MNP Class 1-4 Error Error-Free data transmission. Correction ITU-T V.42bis and MNP Class 5 Data V.42bis provides up to 4 to 1 compression. MNP 5 providesprovides up to 2 to 1 Compression compression. Data transferred more efficiently; reduces line costs. DTE speeds up to 57.6Kbps. MNP 5 provides up to 2 to 1 compression. Bell 208 Auto Detect Automatically detects whether calling modem is V.32/V.32bis/V.34 or Bell 208B. Network Management with CMS 400 Lets you control, monitor and report (non-interruptive) on over 32,000modems located anywhere in the world from a single location. V.25bis Autodialing Establish dial line connections in both synchronous and asynchronous applications. Hayes AT Command Set Auto-Recovery for Dial and Leased Lines Makes changing options easy. If line is disconnected unintentionally, the modem automatically re-dials the call to restore communication. V.54 Diagnostics Lets you test the entire communication link; quickly isolate source of network faults. V.13 Half-Duplex Emulation Allows 14,400 bps transmission in half-duplex point-to-point network without having to reprogram the network. Automatic and Manual Password Security Provides control over network access; prevents unauthorized user access. Telephone # Storage Can store up to 50 #'s. LCD Front Panel + 6 keys LCD provides easy to read prompts, responses, and call progressmessages. Keys provide simple menu driven access to many functions. Registration: FCC# AP3USA MD-E UL478 File E46001 Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 2 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

3 ALM 3239 CS A full-duplex (2-wire dial or 2/4 wire lease line) central site single modem card that operates at 33,600, 28,800, 26,400, 24,000, 21,600, 19,200, 16,800, 14,400, 12,000, 9600, 7200, 4800, 2400, and 1200 bps asynchronously or synchronously and 0 to 300 bps asynchronously. ITU-T V34, V.32bis, V.32, V.33, V.23, V.22bis, V.22, V.21; Bell 208/212A/103. Includes: Modem card, a 4-pin 4-wire modular plug-in-pigtail cable p/n 28C for leased line and permissive dial applications in a central site environment (manual must be ordered separately). Additional Optional Cables (must be ordered separately): G-10 8P to 8P Programmable Dial Cable, B-10 Modem/DTE EDM/CMS cable. Note: Reference ALM1623 Card Nest section for optional cables which may be required. Up to 16 modems can be housed in a single ALM 1623 chassis. See section on Personal Controller for control of modems in this chassis. Note: The ALM 3239 CS modem, whether singly or fully loaded in an ALM1623 chassis, will need sufficient cooling (as per operating specifications of 50 0 C) to provide the optimum performance and life to the product. Additional cooling may be required if ambient temperatures are not kept to a minimum. Features Software Definable Supports V.34 Speeds ITU-T V.42 and MNP Class 1-4 Error Correction ITU-T V.42bis and MNP Class 5 Data Compression Network Management with CMS 400 V.25bis Autodialing Hayes AT Command Set Auto-Recovery for Dial and Leased Lines Benefits The modem can be reprogrammed with new instructions for new functionality through the DTE or the telephone interface. This feature allows the modem to be easily upgraded, eliminates time consuming tasks of exchanging hardware, fast and convenient for remote sites. Also minimizes obsolescence and downtime With the new V.34 standard modem speed available, the ALM3239 CS modem provides the highest data transfer rate available for even the most demanding telecommunications tasks and situations where connect times and long-distance charges are an issue. It s also an ideal solution for remote LAN access applications and LANto-LAN connectivity. Error-Free data transmission. V.42bis provides up to 4 to 1 compression. MNP 5 provides up to 2 to 1 compression. Data transferred more efficiently; reduces line costs. DTE speeds up to 57.6Kbps. MNP 5 provides up to 2 to 1 compression. Lets you control, monitor and report (non-interruptive) on over 32,000modems located anywhere in the world from a single location. Establish dial line connections in both synchronous and asynchronous applications. Makes changing options easy. If line is disconnected unintentionally, the modem automatically re-dials the call to restore communication. V.54 Diagnostics Lets you test the entire communication link; quickly isolate source of network faults. V.13 Half-Duplex Emulation Allows 14,400 bps transmission in half-duplex point-to-point network without having to reprogram the network. Automatic and Manual Password Security Telephone # Storage LED Front Panel Provides control over network access; prevents unauthorized user access. Can store up to 50 #'s. LED Front Panel has seven LED status indicators. Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 3 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

4 MODEM FEATURES COMPARISON MATRIX FEATURE ALM 3239SA ALM 3239CS WAN Mode: 2-W leased line 4-W leased line 2-W dial DTE Mode Synchronous Asynchronous Data Format 9, 10, or 11 bit character length None, even, odd, space parity Modulations V.34 (33.6) - Leased Line and Dial V.33 - Leased Line V.32bis - Leased Line and Dial V.32 - Leased Line and Dial V.23 - Dial Line V.22bis - Leased Line and Dial V.22 - Leased Line and Dial V.21 - Dial Line Bell 208 A/B - Dial Line Bell Dial Line Bell 212A - Dial Line Dial Modes Permissive Programmable Network Management Non-interruptive PenPal Protocol Compatible with ALM3239/68 Compatible with ALM3223/RMD3264 Error Correction MNP1-4 V.42 Data Compression MNP5 V.42bis Resiliency 2-W Dial Backup Initiated by Leased Line Failure Initiated by DTE Failure Leased Line Testing while in DBU Dial Backup Supported when V.33 on LL Flow Control Options Independent DTE and DCE Control Hardware Flow Control Software Flow Control Programmable SW Flow Control Chars. DC1/3 or DC2/4 only DC1/3 or DC2/4 only Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 4 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

5 FEATURE ALM 3239SA ALM 3239CS Break Handling Options Destructive/Expedited Non-destructive/Expedited Non-Destructive/Non-Expedited Diagnostics/Human Interface V.54 Compliant Remote Front Panel Application SW Download Speaker Analog Loopback Self Test Analog Loopback Self Test with Errors External Analog Loopback Test External Analog Loopback Self-Test Local Digital Loopback Remote Digital Loopback Remote Digital Loopback Self Test Dialing Support DTR Dialing AT Command V.25bis (Asynchronous) V.25bis (Synchronous - Character) V.25bis (Synchronous - Bit-oriented) V.25bis (Asynchronous/Synchronous) Pulse Dialing Tone Dialing Leased Line Features Compromise Equalizers (x3) Programmable Transmit Level Programmable CD Level Threshold Security Side-channel Password Authentication Manual Response Password Protection Manual Response Callback Security Answer Modes Automatic Manual Other Features V.13 Switched Carrier Simulation V.14 Async to Sync Conversion Front Panel LCD LED Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 5 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

6 ALM CHASSIS and CHASSIS ACCESSORIES ALM 1623 Card Nest (a.k.a. MK III +Card Nest)* The ALM 1623 Card Nest provides housing for ALM 3239 central site modems as well as the ALM MPIV Leased Line modem. Each Card Nest is designed to fit into a standard 19-inch rack and can house up to 16 modems or 8 ALM MPIVs. The installed modems can be connected to either dial-up or leased lines and can be set for different data rates. Includes: Card Nest, power supply, power supply mounting plate, DTE-to-RJ45 cable p/n Y, E-10 Std. EIA Cable, and a manual. Optional Cables which must be ordered separately, if needed, are... Daisy Chain Cable K; For permissive dial-up applications Cable p/n 28C (8-pin modular to 6-pin modular), for programmable dial-up applications Cable p/n G (8-pin modular both ends), for leased-line applications Cable p/n J-10 (4-wire modular both ends), Computerto-RJ45 AMP Cable p/n D Slot Transition Backplane - Each Backplane supports eight modems in the ALM 1623 Card Nest. It provides interface connectors for the ALM 3239 CS modem cards. Note: You must order an 8-slot backplane to provide connection for up to eight ALM 3239 CS modem cards or two 8-slot backplanes for connection of up to 16 modem cards. The backplanes are ordered separately. (Reference Price List section). You do not need to order backplanes if you are installing s in this chassis. FEATURES: Daisy Chaining - You can daisy chain the control ports of up to five card nests in one six-foot rack. This allows you to configure up to 80 central site modems through the card nest control port. CMS 400 Network Management capability - To control the modems in this chassis from a CMS 400 Network Management System, an EDM port must be connected to the control port of the modems in the nest. Standard 19" rack compatibility. Front loading for easy changing of equipment without re-cabling. OPTIONS: Personal Controller - ALM 3239CS only - Allows for configuration and diagnostics of the modems in the chassis without the need of a DTE. See section on Personal Controller for more details. Various Power Options - There are three power options available with the ALM 1623 Card Nest. The AC power unit provides either 115 or 220 Volts AC. The -48V DC power unit is a DC-to-DC converter. *The ALM 1623 is known as the MKIII Card Nest in the EMEA Region; it is known as the ALM1623 Card Nest for the Americas and Asia Pacific territories. Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 6 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

7 MK III + Card Nest (a.k.a. ALM 1623 Card Nest) The MK III+ Card Nest provides housing for the ALM 3239 central site modems as well as the ALM MPIV/Alpha IV Leased Line modems. Each Card Nest is designed to fit into a standard 19-inch rack and can house up to 16 singleport modems or 8 ALM MPIVs/Alpha IV Multiport modems. The installed modems can be connected to either dial-up or leased lines and can be set for different data rates. Includes: Depending on which configuration you have ordered, it may include Card Nest, power supply, power supply mounting plate, 27R497 RS485 Jumper connector, 413K Cable Assembly Power Supply, 413K Way cable, and a manual. Optional Cable (must be ordered separately): 413K Low Voltage Cable 8-Slot Transition Backplane - Each Backplane supports eight modems in the MKIII Card Nest. It provides interface connectors for the ALM 3239 CS modem cards. Note: You must order an 8-slot backplane to provide connection for up to eight ALM 3239 CS modem cards or two 8-slot backplanes for connection of up to 16 modem cards. The backplanes are ordered separately. (Reference Price List section). You do not need to order backplanes if you are installing ALM MP Ivs/Alpha IV s in this chassis. FEATURES: Daisy Chaining - You can daisy chain the control ports of up to five card nests in one six-foot rack. This allows you to configure up to 80 central site modems through the card nest control port. CMS 400 Network Management capability - To control the modems in this chassis from a CMS 400 Network Management System, an EDM port must be connected to the control port of the modems in the nest. Standard 19" rack compatibility. Front loading for easy changing of equipment without re-cabling. OPTIONS: Personal Controller - ALM 3239CS only - Allows for configuration and diagnostics of the modems in the chassis without the need of a DTE. See section on Personal Controller for more details. Various Power Options - There are three power options available with the MK III Card Nest. The AC power unit provides either 115 or 220 Volts AC. The -48V DC power unit is a DC-to-DC converter. Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 7 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

8 The Personal Controller: Central Site Feature Solution ENTER RACAL CENTRAL SITE CONTROLLER The ALM 3239CS modems allow you to send data over dial-up lines at faster speeds than ever before. This generation of high-speed advanced dial modems for the ALM 1623 (MKIII+) provide a clear benefit for increased reliability, faster response times and lower line costs which is essential in today's high volume applications. Until now, these modems had to be configured with a DTE at the installation location. The Personal Controller allows for configuration and diagnostics of the modems in the chassis without the need of a DTE. 1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW The Personal Controller for the ALM 1623 (MKIII+) Chassis, is a versatile tool that can be utilized by both, System Operator and Field Service Personnel. The Personal Controller acts as a modem front panel to let you: Configure modems Assign unique unit and group addresses to remote standalone modems Scan any central site modem in up to 16 card cages to determine which are active Copy modem configurations from one modem to another Perform seven different test functions on any modem in the network Reset any modem The Personal Controller can control up to 256 ALM 3239 Central Site modems (16 interconnected ALM 1623 (MKIII+) chassis with up to 16 modems in each cage), as well as remote standalone modems. All of this control is available from a single point connection. In addition to the usual LCD Flow chart menus that are typical of the ALM 3239, the Personal Controller comes with its own Setup menu that lets you access all of its available options. This menu allows for the following options: Selecting a modem - There are two ways of doing this: 1. Select a modem by its group and unit address 2. Select a modem from a card cage by its slot number Scanning modems - Use the scan mode to find which units in the card cage are active. Copying modem configurations - With the copy option, you can copy the configuration from one modem to any or all modems in the same card cage. Diagnostics - The Personal Controller is capable of performing a variety of tests on one or all modems in a selected card cage. The following tests are available: 1. Analog loopback 2. Analog loopback self test 3. Analog loopback self-test with errors 4. Digital loopback 5. Remote digital loopback 6. Remote digital loopback self test Resetting a modem - This function allows you to a Factory Reset to the modem being addressed. Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 8 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

9 LEASED LINE MODEMS Alpha IV/ALM MPIV Products Achieve Optimum Leased Line Performance with ALPHA IV/ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV Modems The ALPHA IV/ALM Multiport (MP) IV* series modems are designed to meet the demanding leased line network requirements of large financial companies and information providers. The ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV transmits data at speeds up to 28.8 Kbps, optimizing network performance and reducing response times. It can operate on existing multidrop networks or on point-to-point resilient lines. The versatile ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV supports a wide array of modulation schemes, including V.34, V.29, and V.33, ensuring compatibility with many other leased and dial line modems. The modem comes with a full complement of standard features, including: automatic dial backup, remote unit control, remote software downloading, and network management. * The ALM MPIV units are standard Alpha IV units except they are marketed under the ALM brand name for the Americas Region and in some territories in the Asia Pacific Region. It is known as the Alpha IV modems in the EMEA region. Centralized Network Management For networks requiring comprehensive management, testing, and control features, the ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV can operate with the Milgo CMS 400 network management system. The CMS 400 provides sophisticated database management, performance analysis, fault isolation, and network restoral abilities. Both local and remote modems can be controlled from a central PC workstation. The CMS 400 manages remote modems without interrupting data transmission. Predefined Configuration Profiles To simplify installation, the ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV provides 16 switch-selectable configuration profiles that set the modem for typical applications. If you need to customize the configuration, an extensive range of configurable parameters can be modified via the control port, front panel, or CMS network management system. Remote Unit Control Remote unit control enables you to control unattended remote ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV modems (even in tail circuits) from the local modem s front panel or control port. This feature eliminates the need for trained operators at your remote sites. Worldwide Compatibility Designed to meet worldwide approval requirements, the ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV series has achieved approval for connection in many territories. It is available around the world, including the U.S., Canada, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and the Pacific Rim. Central Site and Standalone Models Designed for your central locations, the central site model is a high-density card that is housed in the MKIII/ALM1623 card nest. Up to 16 Singleport or 8 Multiport modems can be housed in a single nest. You can daisy-chain up to five card nests in one 6-foot rack. Three power options are available with the MKIII/ALM1623 card nest: 115 VAC, 230 VAC, and -48 VDC. Ideal for remote site applications, the standalone model comes in a sturdy, compact case. It is available with either a 115 or 230 VAC power supply. Software Downloading for Easy Remote Upgrades The ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV supports software downloading, allowing easy remote upgrades. The modem can be upgraded with new features through a PSTN or leased line connection. This feature saves time by eliminating time consuming visits to multiple remote locations. High-speed local upgrade via the control port is also available. Asynchronous/Synchronous Conversion Multiport ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV modems can be set to operate with asynchronous or synchronous terminals on a port-by-port basis. When set for asynchronous operation, the modem converts the data into synchronous format using the method specified in ITU-T V.14. The converter protects against data loss by compensating for small data rate differences between the terminal and modem. Decrease Downtime with Automatic Dial Backup If the leased lines go down in a point-to-point network, the ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV restores communication by routing data to dial backup lines. Dial backup connections can be established automatically (in response to user-selectable criteria), manually (by entering a front panel command), or in response to network management system commands. While operating over the dial Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 9 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

10 backup lines, the modem can be set to periodically test the performance of the leased lines. Should those lines resume satisfactory performance, the ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV switches communication back automatically. Applications Singleport Model The Singleport model is for use in both point-to-point and multidrop applications. It supports line speeds up to 28,800 bps (V.34) for point to point connections. For multidrop applications, it supports V ms Fast Poll, V ms Fast Poll, and 19,200/9600 bps asymmetric operation. The asymmetric configuration provides an effective combination of modulations, which accelerates the transmission of large volumes of data from the host, while maintaining a Fast Poll response time at the remote drop. Minimize Line Costs with Multiport Model The Multiport model allows up to four terminals to transmit data over a single telephone line. This is done through time division multiplexing (TDM), port sharing, or a combination of the two. This model can significantly reduce your communication costs by eliminating the need to have separate lines for each terminal. Host PSTN Leased Line Connection with Dial Backup for Resilient Network Operation Between Routers, Host, and Terminal 9,600 bps Leased Line Host 19,200 bps Singleport Application with Asymmetric Multidrop to Upspeed Existing Networks while Maintaining Response Times Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 10 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

11 Outward linked MSD mode Host Multiport Application with Onward Linking for Cost-Effective Network Design Modulation - Singleport Unit Modulation - Multiport Unit V.34 at 2.4 to 28.8 Kbps in 2.4 Kbps increments Excalibur at 12, 14.4, 16.8, and 19.2 Kbps Asymmetric V.29/Excalibur at 19.2/9.6, 16.8/7.2, and 14.4/4.8 Kbps V.33 at 12 and 14.4 Kbps 14.4 Fast Poll at 9.6, 12, and 14.4 Kbps V.32bis at 4.8, 7.2, 9.6, 12, and 14.4 Kbps V.32 at 4.8 and 9.6 Kbps V.29 at 4.8, 7.2, and 9.6 Kbps R.Fast at 4.8 to 28.8 Kbps in 2.4 Kbps increments Excalibur at 12, 14.4, 16.8, and 19.2 Kbps V.33 at 12 and 14.4 Kbps 14.4 Fast Poll at 12 and 14.4 Kbps V.29 at 4.8, 7.2, and 9.6 Kbps Multidrop Dial Backup - There are several methods of implementing this application and you must be aware of them as it is not as simple as it sounds. Since dial up is point-to-point, there is no single line that will backup an entire multidrop. The usual way to overcome this is to have spare modems at the central site which provide dial backup for each of the drops of a multidrop. These spare modems need not provide for 100% backup as the chance of several multidrop lines failing at the same time is minimal. Hence, modems for dialup can be shared between several multidrop lines. In the above scenario, when a multidrop fails, we would end up with a point-to-point configuration. The issue would now be to tie in the front end processors to the dial up modems. One approach is to have the spare dial up modems port shared (using a port sharing/modem sharing device) on to the same port as the main multidrop line. This works well in that no reconfiguration of the FEP is required when going to DBU. If only part of the multidrop fails, not all drops need to be backed up. It does not allow easy sharing of the spare dialup modems between multidrop lines without some sort of A/B switching or patching. Another approach would be to put all the dial up modems on to a port-sharing device attached to a spare FEP port which is then configured appropriately according to which multidrop line is being backed up. This allows easy sharing of dial up only modems between multidrop lines. In a Multiport Multidrop application with dial backup, this only works in very limited applications. It is not recommended that we promote this functionality. Multiports can be used at remote sites in a single protocol environment in modemsharing mode. They can also be used in multidrop broadcast environments as outlined in this document. Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 11 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

12 Network Management ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV is supported by CMS 400 leased line manager as with all other products which support the Miolgo Solutions T7 management protocol. The CMS 400 management network can be connected to the control port of any ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV modem via suitable switches and demultiplexers. However, in order to control remote units, a modulation scheme having a secondary channel (over which CMS 400 control signals are passed) is required. The management data can be transmitted between modems either via the primary channel (disruptive) or via a secondary channel (non disruptive), availability and speed of the secondary channel is however dependent upon the modulation. Modulation schemes and secondary channels are listed below: Modulation Scheme Line Secondary Channel Type V.34 Two/four wire Constellation Multiplexed R.Fast+ Two/fourwire Constellation Multiplexed V.29 Four wire FSK Excalibur Four wire Constellation Multiplexed V.32 Two/four wire Constellation Multiplexed V.32bis Two/four wire Constellation Multiplexed Using CMS 400, an ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV is managed via its control port. The control port must be connected to a T7 channel within the CMS 400 Network. The Central ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV communicates network management signals to the Remote ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV via the secondary channel in the link. Note that in PSTN mode, the modem must be online to enable any communication to take place. The Remote modem may be connected to another (Remote) Central modem via its control port and other CMS 400 managed products. CMS can provide an extensive range of configuration, monitoring, testing, dialing, alarming, downloading and reporting capabilities. A specific screen is available to report Alpha IV dial back up statistics whereas alarms/events can be filtered to provide a date stamped listing for record analysis and graphical presentation. Compatibility The ALPHA IV/ALM MPIV products are compatible with the following modems/modulations: Modem Type Compatible Modulation Omnimode Series V.29 Excalibur 9.6 & 19.2 V.29, V.33, Excalibur RMD 32XX V.33, V.32bis, V.32 ALM 3239 and ALM 3268 V.34,V.33, V.32bis, V.32 Alpha II V.29, V.29 Fast Poll Alpha III V.33, V.29, 14.4 Fast Poll Ordering Information Reference the pricing section of your price book as there are multiple configurations which are country specific. Note: The ALM MPIV units are standard Alpha IV units except they are marketed under the ALM brand name for the Americas Region. Consult your product announcement/information package for specific details. The MKIII+ Card Nest is known as the ALM 1623 Card Nest in the Americas Region. Contract No. GS-35F-4671G 12 Effective Date: July 5, 1999

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