IP over ATM,
ATM under IP,
Internet Protocol Switching DEFINITION: A new type of IP routing developed by Ipsilon Networks, Inc. Unlike conventional routers, IP switching routers use ATM hardware to speed packets through networks. Although the technology is new, it appears to be considerably faster than older router techniques.
This case study explains how Pinewood Studios, a film, television and commercial production based in England, was able to create access to servers located in one secure area from various workstation positions – with no previous infrastructure in place.
Discover how one organization improved reliability, increased employee productivity, and lowered TCO by implementing a new unified communications and VoIP solution to increase communications.
Discover how a converged communications system increased communications and connectivity for one organization, in turn helping them provide superior customer service and availability to their customers.
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