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  • Switching Technology For A Network

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    Switching Technology Cassandra Anton Bellevue University Abstract Switching is a technology that has been used since the first communication networks were invented. In order to understand switching, we must first discuss switches. A switch is a device that connects other devices on a network. Switches can also prevent "bad" packets from spreading by not forwarding them on. While switches can be helpful to a network they should not be seen as an instant fix for network issues. There are many benefits

  • The Technology of Computer Networks

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    Computer network - a system used to link PCs or computer equipment (servers, routers, and other equipment). For data transmission can be used various kinds of electric signals, light signals or electromagnetic radiation. Computer networks can be classified according to various criteria - territorial prevalence, type of network topology, etc. One of the criteria - the type of transmission, the network is divided into wired and wireless. Wi-Fi - a trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance for wireless networks based

  • Network Technology Case Study

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    the internet. Without the interconnections, each laptop and PC is a standalone unit, only when a network topology is in place will all the network resources be able to contact each other. In addition to the network cards discussed in phase one, phase two justifies requirements for future enterprise sustainability. Cabling Cat-5e is the current standard for network installs, however, with technology rapidly increasing, Cat-6 cabling is becoming more economical; this is comparing cost-to-bandwidth

  • Wireless Network Technology : Wimax

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    Wireless Network Technology: WiMAX This article focuses on one of the most used wireless technologies that uses wireless connections of data that avoids expensive process of cables at home: WiMAX. WiMAX stands for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access. Being a faster version of Wi fi, this technology promises speed and large area coverage. It has been successfully proven to deliver the services to the customers (both residential and commercial) economically. WiMAX has the capacity

  • Social Media Network Technology

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    Media Network Technology Paper The web is no longer a read only product, it now has the ability to be interactive and particpatory. Users are able to interact over the internet with each other with instant messaging and emails and use social networks to share news, videos, and photos with others, bringing people with common interest, opinions, and experiences together and closer. Some of the most popular social networks include Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn. Currently social networks are mostly

  • Network Speed - 4G Technologies Essay

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    Overview [WINNIE] As the technology world evolves and develops faster and better every day, it puts new demands of speed and throughput on the network that supports it. Today especially, we live in a world where everyone is mobile, and it is expected that mobile networks keep pace with the innovations in technology. The successor of 2G and 3G mobile network standard is the 4G mobile network standard. The emergence of 4G, nonetheless, should provide faster and better mobile network connectivity to support

  • The Technology Of Wireless Sensor Networks

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    terms. Wireless Sensor Network is an emerging field which has found varied applications, especially for the Military. Applications using Sensor Networks, including underwater sensors need to be explored and developed further. Competitor Landscape The Global market share is quite distributed over many companies. No company has an overall Monopoly. A consolidation wave is expected to continue in the sensor markets, with Amphenol (APH), TE Connectivity and Sensata Technologies among the strategic buyers

  • Role of Information Technology in the Formation of Social Networks

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    Social Change in a Network Society The Role of Information Technology in the Formation of Social Networks Contemporary society has built itself around new networks, both social and physical, which allow for more and more information technology to facilitate interaction. How will society instigate social change in a world where networks shape how we interact and the technology driving these networks is shaped and controlled by a specific group in society. The fact is, communication is increasingly

  • Understanding Of Local Area Network Technologies Essay

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    understanding of local area network technologies Adam Major Networking Concepts • describe what the user will mainly use a specific LAN for A LAN network (Local Area Network) is an establishment created when clients or devices such as computers and phones etc. with the right networking specifications allowing them to be connected with each other using a common connecion such as Ethernet or wireless. This establishment allows the sharing of resources from the device through the network and to the desired

  • Wireless Sensor Networks : Technology, Computing And Communication Technologies

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    communication technologies. And a new technology evolves which is known as Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Wireless Sensor Networks are a new kind of distributed systems that are an integral part of the physical space they inhabit. The massive growth in this technology has gathered the heed and imagination of many researchers, providing a broad spectrum of ideas to be implemented in various applications [2]. The grouping of various sensor nodes makeup a huge Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). These wireless