July Issue 2001

 


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| July 2001
A recent survey of network executives published in Network World revealed the “typical” business network architecture today.

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| July 2001
Laser bandwidth—information-carrying capacity—has become critical for premises networks as these systems ramp up to gigabit speeds using inexpensive lasers and multimode optic

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| July 2001
Finally! Structured wiring has come home to America.

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| July 2001
With the growing adoption and use of modular furniture by the commercial building industry, any discussion concerning structured cabling without consideration of the TIA/EIA-5

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| July 2001
A change order can be a blessing or an albatross. We’ve all heard the joke about the contractor that bids a project at a loss, hoping to make it up on change orders.

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