SALISBURY, Md. - A recent study has found that 79 of the top 100 financial institutions in the United States will have installed personal computer networks in their branches by 1995.

The study by Salisbury-based Mentis Corp., found that 50 of the top 100 already support branch terminals with so-called client-server architecture, in which personal computers, midrange systems, and mainframes share processing that was once handled exclusively by mainframes.

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