Cross-border cable link;In brief

5th March 1999 at 00:00
TRINITY ACADEMY in Edinburgh and Monkseaton Community High in Tyneside were linked together last week in a rare example of cross-border school co-operation. They were demonstrating educational applications of the new high-speed broadband cable technology at a two-day forum organised by Telewest Communications.

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