Cable technology to offer dedicated 40M bit/sec

Martin, Michael
November 2000
Network World;11/20/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 47, p31
Trade Publication
Reports that Saint Louis, Missouri-based Everest Connections is planning trials for a cable technology called Ultraband in the Kansas City area. Development of Ultraband by Advent Networks in Austin, Texas; How the technology runs over hybrid fiber coaxial networks; Use of switched Ethernet over cable; Applications that businesses might run over Ultraband.


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