Bay will flip new ATM core switch

Duffy, Jim
December 1997
Network World;12/01/97, Vol. 14 Issue 48, p13
Trade Publication
Focuses on Bay Networks Inc.'s asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) data center switch capable of supporting 30 Gigabit per second. Response to the need of an ATM core switch necessary for the density; Aggregator of Centillion 100 and System 5000BH ATM switches; Addition of ATM Private Network-to-Network Interface signaling to the two modules. INSET: The denser, the better..


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