Toyota Motor Corp. has decided against developing a personal Internet system for its data communications with suppliers and says it will begin in 2000 evaluation of the Automotive Network eXchange. ANX is a secure Internet alternative for high-bandwidth interaction between suppliers and automakers that was conceptualized in 1996 and officially launched last year by the U.S. Big Three. While ANX has been labeled a short-term solution in the fast paced information age, Toyota decided to ...

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