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YAGO (Yet Another Gigabit Operation) was an early LAN startup acquired by Cabletron Systems in the mid-1990s, fueling its growth into Gigabit Ethernet switching and ultimately being re-spun off into the entity Riverstone Networks.[1][2][3]


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  3. ^ Heskett, Ben. "Cabletron, Cisco eye Yago - CNET News". News.com.com. Retrieved 2011-04-14.