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What has been described is a set of architectures, some already implemented in existing products, that in combination with other IBM architectures will permit information interchange across a broad spectrum of user applications and office automation offerings. Initially, information interchange will be restricted to text with a limited number of devices, but ver the next few years, information interchange is expected to become available across a wide offering of systems. It is also expected that data types other than text will be included, over time, for interchange.
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