Intermediate bandwidth options emerge

Rohde, David
June 2000
Network World;06/05/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p44
Trade Publication
Focuses on wide area network (WAN) aggregation device vendors' offering of carrier-class boxes running MultiLink Frame Relay (MFR) to service providers targeting midsize business locations or multitenant buildings. Frame relay standard's pairing with integrated access devices for the customer premises; Economical and flexible connections at intermediate speeds between T-1 and T-3. INSET: Briefs..


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