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BAY. Is an enclosure to keep in the water for the supply of a mill or other contrivance, so that the water may be able to, drive the wheels of such mill. Stat. 27 Eliz. c. 19.
     2. A large open water or harbor where ships may ride, is also called a bay; as, the Chesapeake Bay, the, Bay of New York.

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90 performance for enterprises and service providers worldwide, Bay Networks is currently shipping the modem standard on all releases of the remote access equipment.
These companies rely on Bay Networks to move huge amounts of data across their internal networks at lightning fast speeds.
Bay Networks has licensed Netscape(R) Directory Server software and will bundle it with each member of Bay Networks Contivity Extranet Switch product family.
Paul Severino, former Chairman of Bay Networks and co-founder of Wellfleet Communications said, "Bruce has been a significant contributor to the successes of several market leaders today.
The acquisition provides Bay Networks with three key technologies: high-density Fast Ethernet, new Layer 3 switching performance at 7 million packets per second, and Gigabit Ethernet technology.
Bay Networks is extremely pleased to partner with a worldwide leader in mobile, public and enterprise communications and we'll benefit greatly from Ericsson's expertise in designing, building and maintaining large carrier networks that serve corporate and residential environments," said Bruce Sachs, an executive vice president and general manager, Bay Networks.
Bay Networks was acquired by Nortel Networks in June 1998 for $9 billion.
Bay Networks is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif.
Finke joined Bay Networks as the president and CEO of Performance Technology, Inc.
trademarks and Bay Networks is a registered trademark of Bay Networks,