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posted in September 2010

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Point - Counterpoint: Onload versus offload processing
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9/15/2010   Post a comment
Of the several articles posted during the last week to CommsDesign, two take a point - counterpoint stance on onload v. offload processing. But, the debate between the two companies doesn't stop there!
New edition of 'Top-Down Network Design' still relevant
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9/1/2010   2 comments
The ink is dry on Priscilla Oppenheimer's updated book, 'Top-Down Network Design.' Have a look at the book excerpt on Communications Designline and post questions to the author, who has agreed to respond.


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