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March 2009
CED;Mar2009, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p37
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The article provides information on several contents of the web site www.CEDmagazine.com. In Mark Conner's "Preconnectorized Solutions: For State-of-the-Art Optical Access Deployments," he emphasizes the transfer of cable service providers to fiber-based networking. The contents of several webcasts that can be viewed on the web site are presented including Alcatel-Lucent and BigBand Networks. It also mentions some of the services offered by the web site.


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