INTERLINK


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INTERLINK

A commercial product comprising hardware and software for file transfer between IBM and VAX computers.
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This week, Interlink announced that its VersaPad touchpad will be incorporated into Sony's new superslim VAIO 505G laptop, which will start selling in June.
Through this agreement, NetWorks' member financial institutions -- representing 1,000 ATMs and one million cardholders -- will be able to offer Interlink to their ATM cardholders and merchants -- ensuring the successful development of debit POS in the midwest.
Interlink has worked closely with Pantech to ensure that the G3600V is both stylish and fun to use, either as a mobile handset or as a digital music player.
In 1991, Interlink processed more than 100 million transactions, generating more that $2.
As of April 1992, the Board of Directors of Interlink Network includes:
We are pleased that Interlink Global has selected XO Communications to support the delivery of their VoIP services nationwide," said Ernie Ortega, president of carrier services at XO Communications.
Kenneth Hosfeld, Executive Vice-President of Sales for Interlink Global recently stated, "We have added a Recording feature that can save picture files and record a full video and audio conversation.
The old adage, 'nothing sells like confidence,' has never been more true than when applied to today's Powerpoint(R) presentations," said Jim Reisteter, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Interlink Electronics, Inc.
According to Severino Rivano, Vice President of Interlink, who has previously developed similar projects in Nigeria and Mexico, "This project constitutes one of the largest of its kind in Latin America to date, and is indicative of the potential for continuing future development in additional underserved and underdeveloped areas, not only in Ecuador, but in Bolivia, Brazil and Argentina, among others.
In addition to Interlink, Visa offers a complementary debit product, the Visa Debit card, which allows cardholders to have their transactions authorized off-line at any of the 10 million locations that accept Visa worldwide.