During Marché international des Inforoutes et du Multimédia in May 1997, Arborescence announced a partnership to develop and market the Arborescence Network Centric computer for the Canadian market, based on Katz Media's KMP 2000.
Arborescence also announced what would have been the first "combo" Pippin expansion dock, with a floppy drive and ethernet (or modem) through the PCI bus. Primetech Electronics prototyped the Pippin Expansion Unit for the Katz Media Player 2000 as part of the "Arborescence/Katz Media Pippin package", which would have been targeted towards Canadian consumers who did not have internet access. However, it was not publicly released.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Arborescence Launches KMP 2000 with New Peripherals, The Arborescence Group. 1997-05-22. Archived 1998-01-29.
- ↑ Press: Arborescence launches the first Canadian-content Network Centric computer, Katz Media. 1997-05-22. Archived 1997-07-13.
- ↑ Arborescence introduce the first COMBO Pippin doc/base module! by Joe Kudrna, O'Grady's PowerPage: Pippin NewsPage. 1997-08-03. Archived 1998-02-07.