Bandwidth backbone

Crim, Elias
June 1997
American Printer;Jun97, Vol. 219 Issue 3, p67
Trade Publication
Focuses on the necessity of high-speed information networks to the printing industry. Impact of faster computer demand on network peripherals; Advantages of using fast Ethernet in network management systems; View on the use of Microsoft products among network specialists; Importance of installing the correct cabling system; List of emerging networking technologies. INSETS: LAN glossary.;Network strategies..


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