Short Takes

October 2001
Network World;10/29/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 44, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on developments concerning application service providers (ASP) as of October 29, 2001. Quantum Bridge Communications' partnerships with five storage-area network (SAN) vendors to deploy storage services to companies; Storm Telecommunications' offer of virtual private network (VPN) services based on Riverstone Networks switches in European cities and New York City.


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