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ALSO CALLED: Wide Area Network Switching
DEFINITION: WAN Switching is a technology where computers are connected to each other over a long distance, using telephone lines and satellite communications utilizing serial transmission.
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SEKE Podcast - Introduction to Solera DeepSee
sponsored by Solera Networks
PODCAST: In this podcast presented by James Hilliard, host of the "See Everything, Know Everything" podcast, and Matthew Wood, Solera Networks' Chief Scientist, you'll learn about the DeepSee tool, which provides administrators, users and C-level executives at a corporation a way to see what is happening on a network in real-time.
Posted: 04 Feb 2010 | Premiered: Feb 4, 2010

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