Networking technologies are playing a pivotal role in ‘networking’ our world. Among the networking technologies that are relevant today, ATM is one of the most. ATM Networks: Concepts and Protocols is a single-stop reference on this technology. The revised edition of this book covers the relevant. Because of its high quality of service and ability to deliver voice, data, and video on a single platform, ATM is a hugely popular networking technology. This book.
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Concepts and Protocols McGraw-Hill communications. Concepts and Protocols is a single-stop reference on this technology.
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Background and Introduction Chapter 1: This complete ATM guide explains every aspect of this popular networking technology, including its ability to deliver voice, data, and video on a single platform. Profusely illustrated, this book provides fresh perspectives and makes comprehension of a rather bt subject very easy.
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