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An Introduction to ATM Networks

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An Introduction to ATM Networks
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Publisher: Wiley
ISBN/ASIN: 0471498270
ISBN-13: 9780471498278
Number of pages: 329

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Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) has revolutionized telecommunications, and has become an integral part of the networking infrastructure. This introductory well-structured text on ATM networks describes their development, architecture, congestion control, deployment, and signaling in an intuitive, accessible way. It covers extensive background information and includes exercises that support the explanations throughout the book.

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