Data Communications Gigabit Ethernet Handbook

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McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1998 - Computers - 453 pages
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This comprehensive handbook delivers the answers to all your gigabit Ethernet questions - direct from the leading industry experts on this high-speed technology. And it's edited by Stephen Saunders, the award-winning executive editor of Data Communications, the world's premier networking technology publication. Let this handbook show you how to harness the power of gigabit Ethernet - and avoid the pitfalls. Net managers, network architects, and consultants can all benefit from this straightforward assessment of today's hottest LAN technology.

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Contents

Understanding Gigabit Ethernet
1
The Gigabit Ethernet Standard
11
Packet Bursting
29
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About the author (1998)

Duane K. Fields is a Web applications developer and Internet technologist with an extensive background in Web programming for companies that include IBM and Netscape Communications. He is the coauthor of "Web Development with JavaServer Pages. He lives in Bastrop, Texas. Stephen Saunders is an enterprise Java software engineer with a decade of experience in the knowledge management, financial services, and master data management industries. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Eugene Belayev is the cofounder, president, and chief technology officer of JetBrains, the software company responsible for complex developer tools including Java IDE and IntelliJ IDEA.

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