Building hybrid backbones

Rohde, David
August 1998
Network World;08/31/98, Vol. 15 Issue 35, p22
Trade Publication
Reports that George Yeager, manager for architecture and design for Columbia Energy's Enterprise Multimedia Communications unit, chose frame relay-to-ATM interworking for its wide area network (WAN) upgrade. Other choices he made to upgrade the network; Comments from Yeager; Information on interworking standards.


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