A complete manager's guide to selecting the right broadband technology for your company's current and future network computing needs
Videoconferencing, mobile computing, multimedia, voicemail, executive information systems . . .new and emerging forms of computing such as these can provide your company with a powerful competitive edge. But this new breed of "killer applications" demands faster, higher-capacity broadband network communications systems capable of handling an ever-growing torrent of digital traffic. Designed to help managers chart a course through the maze of competing broadband technologies, this book helps you evaluate your company's current and future networking needs and select the right broadband technology to help it stay ahead in the never-ending battle for profits and market share.
Written by an author with more than two decades' experience in data communications, Broadband Networks: A Manager's Guide:
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This outstanding resource is designed to help you select the right broadband technology for the present and the future. In plain English it explains how broadbands work and brings you up to speed on all the latest developments such as Fast Ethernet, FDDI, SMDS, frame relay, ATM, SONET and others. Also covers digital services offered by cable TV, computer and telecom providers that are sure to shape the future of network design.About the Author:
ROBERT P. DAVIDSON is President of Reference Point. He is a senior member of the IEEE and the author of several other books on data communications.
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Book Description Wiley, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0471138851