The Bare Switch Project News & Analysis 1/1/2000 Post a comment 12 years ago, our CT ancestors ventured into the open communications wilderness. We discovered the original manuscripts: SCAI, ASAI, ACT, CSTA, and OAI to name a few. Nearby, Internet sorcerers cackled. A winged sow stood in the corner and awaited its destiny.
The Broadband Building News & Analysis 1/1/2000 Post a comment Ready access to multi-service broadband is becoming
a key component of value for both business and
residential properties. As real estate stakeholders rush
to meet tenant demands, carriers are stepping up to
the plate with a new generation of convergence
products, engineered to distribute voice/data services to
The Future of Call Accounting News & Analysis 1/1/2000 Post a comment Flat-rate billing, "free" long distance - soon, pundits say, voice service itself
may cost (next to) nothing. Does this spell doom for call accounting, or does
convergence offer huge opportunities for this "back room" application to assume
a front-and-center role?
Proven UNIX News & Analysis 1/1/2000 Post a comment SCO - the Santa Cruz Operation - has been in the UNIX marketplace for 20
years. It now holds a dominant position with respect to this powerful,
A Book For All Reasons Bernard Cole1 Comment Robert Oshana's recent book "Software Engineering for Embedded Systems (Newnes/Elsevier)," written and edited with Mark Kraeling, is a 'book for all reasons.' At almost 1,200 pages, it ...