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posted in December 2006

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Network Systems DesignLine Bookshelf rates high in Top Articles of 2006
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12/29/2006   Post a comment
See the Best Articles of 2006 on Network Systems DesignLine, and NSDL Bookshelf features for the year.
My five resolutions for the New Year
12/27/2006   Post a comment
Each year I bravely write down my resolutions. This year I thought I'd share:
Phone companies closer to turning on TV
12/20/2006   Post a comment
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted 3 to 2 to approve a plan that will shorten the time it takes for phone companies to be approved to offer subscription TV.
UPDATE: An interview with the SCOPE Alliance's Paul Steinberg
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12/13/2006   Post a comment
The SCOPE Alliance targets the deployment of carrier grade base platforms, based on COTS, for service provider applications. In a recent interview Paul Steinberg, SCOPE's technical co-chair and Motorola Networks & Enterprise VP, brought NSDL up to date on the eve of the organization's first anniversary.
Network Systems Design in 2007
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12/12/2006   Post a comment
Aggressive increases in performance demand is a departure from long-used solutions. Ultimately, the ability to provide sufficient performance to run combined voice, video and data effectively remains a basic network design goal. Replacing bus interconnects that can't keep pace, the marriage of personalization and privacy, and cost—are just some of the topics that will play out in 2007.
12/7/2006   Post a comment
I'm buried under files, news, product launches, articles...I know the site is online, but the visual helps. It used to be that Decembers were painfully quiet as far as events, news, etc. That's no longer true.

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