The spin cycle

Desmond, Paul
September 1999
Network World;09/27/99, Vol. 16 Issue 39, p90
Trade Publication
Takes a look at ten emerging technologies that generated full-fledged buzz and have made their way into enterprise networks. Corporate portals; Gigabit over copper; Super-fast routers; Wave division multiplexing; Digital subscriber line services; Personal digital assistants; Web caching; Windows 2000; E-mail management; Public-key infrastructure.


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