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By Thomas Sheldon

This encyclopaedia seeks to aid readers comprehend networks and international communications platforms by way of offering succinct executive-style briefings of significant networking applied sciences, besides easily-digestible diagrams that illustrate key themes, topologies, architectures and configurations. The accompanying CD-ROM includes a absolutely searchable model of the ebook, extra vast assurance of subject matters, and links to appropriate websites.

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