Switch maker tackles server bottleneck

McGarvey, Joe
January 1997
Inter@ctive Week;01/13/97, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p62
Reports that many businesses are encountering problems with servers converging at corporate backbones and overwhelming application and Internet servers. Information on the steps taken by most business to relieve the server; Comments from Paul Zagaeski, a senior analyst at Giga Information Group Incorporated.


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