Optical Networking: A Beginner's Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 10, 2002 - Computers - 544 pages
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Learn the basics of optical networking using this practical and easy-to-follow introductory guide. You'll get an overview of concepts behind the technology, as well as helpful information on Cisco, Nortel, and Juniper certifications. Also, a handy 16-page blueprint section offers additional visual instruction.
 

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Contents

PART I Networking at the Speed of Light
1
PART II Optical Networking Tools Applications and Vendors
99
PART III Practical Optical Networking
271
INDEX
467
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Robert C. Elsenpeter is an author, Web content writer, and award-winning journalist. His is co-author of eBusiness: A Beginner's Guide. Toby J. Velte, Ph.D., MCSE+I, CCNA, CCDA, is CEO of FireSummit, Inc., an innovative network services firm. He is a respected industry leader in the field of networking. Dr. Velte specializes in future-looking technologies and making them easy to understand for consumers and profitable for businesses. For Osborne/McGraw-Hill, he has authored Cisco: A Beginner's Guide, Windows Enterprise Networking, Windows 2000 Enterprise Networking, Cisco Internetworking with Windows NT and 2000 and eBusiness: A Beginner's Guide.

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