Intelligent Packet Processing to Drive Communications Growth

Lang, Greg
September 2002
Electronic News (10616624);9/30/2002, Vol. 48 Issue 40, p17
Trade Publication
Argues that intelligent packet processing will help drive the advancement and return to growth of the overall communications business. Factors that contributed to a downturn in global communications products and services; Response of enterprise markets to the slowdown in the global economy; Details on the preparation of companies.


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