Terabeam Trains Lasers On Denver and Seattle

Baumgartner, Jeff
July 2001
Multichannel News;7/16/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 29, p61
Focuses on Terabeam Networks' foray into the world of wireless-optical networking in the United States. Utilization of laser beams to link business customers to a high-speed data backbone for data services; Ability to deliver fiber-like speeds to buildings that traditional landline fiber networks have yet to reach.


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