SDL Communications' WAN Adapters: Year 2000 Compliant

With the year 2000 quickly approaching, there is naturally a growing concern about how computer systems using SDL's WAN adapters will be affected. SDL Communications and its development team have issued the following statement regarding the year 2000 compliance of its WAN products: SDL's WAN adapters do not contain or utilize date algorithms. Since SDL adapter drivers are written based on the Device Driver Developer Kit (DDK) or Server Development Kit (SDK) of each operating system, the burden of providing correct date conversions for the Year 2000 falls on the part of operating system vendors. If your Operating System provider confirms their compliance to the Year 2000 date conversion, then you can be assured that SDL will be compliant as well. If you have any questions regarding the Year 2000 compliance of SDL's WAN adapters, please feel free to contact SDL's Year 2000 team at About SDL Communications SDL Communications, Inc. is a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced wide area network adapters for use in networking platforms and systems. Recognized as the leading provider of WAN interfaces, SDL offers a complete line of networking products designed for use by leading technology companies, system integrators, and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in system level products. SDL's WAN adapters are typically implemented in high performance multiprotocol routers, WAN servers [e.g. Internet Access Platforms and Server Based Remote Access Devices], WAN Test Equipment, FRADs, Wireless CPE, Satellite applications and Integrated Access Devices (IADs). Established in 1987, SDL Communications has grown into the premier developer of wide area adapters for PCI, CompactPCI and PMC systems. SDL's customer base includes technology leaders such as Bay Networks, IBM, Motorola, Nokia, ITT, Compuware, GE, General Instruments and Network Associates, Inc. More information on SDL Communications and its products is available at