Crossing The Chasm

O'Shea, Dan
October 1998
Telephony;10/05/98, Vol. 235 Issue 14, pPTN6
Trade Publication
Focuses on the technological innovations required for power equipment for the integrated global communications network of the twenty first century. Incorporation of Web-based monitoring and multiple automatic pages to opposite network management personnel; Internet protocol addressing; Better memory and analysis capabilities.


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