Tiny and the Trojans: Bain 'Tiny' Jones - Friend, Teacher and Coach

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Information Gatekeepers Inc, 2002 - Basketball - 240 pages
"Over seventy years ago Tiny Jones cane on the scene of Kentucky high school athletics, and he quickly established Mt. Sterling as one of the small school powerhouses in the state, and himself as one of the best coaches in the commomwealth. He coached and taught for parts of five decades, mostly at Mt. Sterling, but also with three very successful years at Dayton, Kentucky and one year founding what has become a state athlethic power at Bourbon County. This book tells the story of this big man from Kuttawa, Kentucky, and his 'kids.'"--
 

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Contents

The Technologies of the Next Generation Network
53
IEFT
54
Comparison of ITU and IEFT NGN Views
55
FTTP
56
The FTTP Architecture
57
Other Approaches for Access Architecture
60
xDSL Versions
62
RBOC FTTP Plans
63

Emerging Supercompetitors and New Competitors
28
SBC
29
Comcast
30
Network Activities Summary
31
The NonTraditional Competitors
33
Market Power of the New Competitors
37
Current Assets
38
Capitalization
39
The Threat of the New Competitors
40
The Problems of the RBOCs
42
The Next Generation Network
43
NGN Access
44
NGN Transport
45
IXC
46
NGN Control
47
Control Forecast A Compromise
48
Summary of NGN Forecast
51
SBC
65
BellSouth
67
Qwest
68
IPTV
71
IPTV Architecture
72
Super Hub Office
73
Serving Offices
74
IPTV Forecast
78
Qwest
79
Network Modernization ROADMs
81
Summary of ROADM Description
83
ROADM Forecast
84
Assumptions of Model
85
ROADM Forecast
86
VoIP
89
VoIP Implementation Example
90
VoIP Forecast
93

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Page 18 - ... end of 2007. As a result, a very high percentage of PCs will have access to high-speed lines by that time. (A secondary impact of this is that there will be very little dial-up). The following chart compares the penetration rates (adoption rates) of PCs and high-speed access. It is clear that these are closely related, and that by the end of this decade they will be in a vast majority of US homes. The real significance of this conversion to high-speed access is that it greatly extends the market...
Page 19 - ... time. (A secondary impact of this is that there will be very little dial-up). The following chart compares the penetration rates (adoption rates) of PCs and high-speed access. It is clear that these are closely related, and that by the end of this decade they will be in a vast majority of US homes. The real significance of this conversion to high-speed access is that it greatly extends the market opportunity for VoIP. In fact, some pundits are opining that high-speed data has found its killer...
Page 18 - The author's forecast for these penetration rates is that they will be very close to the same (both between 81% and 85%) by the end of 2007. As a result, a very high percentage of PCs will have access to high-speed lines by that time.

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