December 9, 2004

Corporations trying to squeeze more value out of WANs

Author: Paul Korzeniowski

The march to faster microprocessors, more random-access memory, and larger volumes of hard disk storage has been relentless. After software suppliers design applications to take advantage of ever-improving hardware, network equipment vendors have to keep pace by adding more bandwidth. With local area networks, that has not been difficult, and corporations have deployed 100M bps -- and even 1G bps -- links to the desktop.

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