Smooth networks take lots of work, planning

December 1996
Communications News;Dec96, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p46
Trade Publication
States that the Emory University's health care system links 35 sites in a smooth Georgia network. The main concern of datacomm analyst Donald Bracket and his team; Why Emory selected Verilink's Access System 2000 hardware; Reason for installing the AS2000 and a second 13-slot nest; Where to get more information about the network.


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