Leading Edge

Prabhu, Krish
October 2005
Telephony;10/17/2005, Vol. 246 Issue 20, following p40
Trade Publication
Focuses on changes and improvements in telecommunication networks. Fiber access to telecommunication; Deployment of Fiber to the Internet; Convergence of data networks; Optical transport networks.


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