Competition and copper fuel SwitchMetric gains

Bruno, Charles; Tolly, Kevin
May 2000
Network World;05/08/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 19, p147
Trade Publication
Reports on the decrease in the cost of Gigabit Ethernet switching in the United States. Factors that influence the decline in cost; Companies that provide the switching service; Benefits of the increasing number of switching companies to customers. INSETS: THE 3COM QUANDaRY.;WHAT IS THE SWITCHMETRIC?;PORT PRICING DOESN'T TELL THE ENTIRE STORY..


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