Knight-Ridder Inc. is completing client tests of what could well be the dark horse in the race to win digital feed customers: the Knight-Ridder Page Server. The product takes Knight-Ridder's record-based Digital Data Feed and builds a local database of pages, formatted remarkably like Telerate Systems Inc.'s page-based TDPF.
Physically, the Page Server runs on a UNIX-based 25 megahertz AT&T processor with a 386 chip wired through a serial connection to whatever server users have on site. Com
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