by R. Yassini, S. Schley, L. Ellis, R. Brown
Publisher: Cisco Press 2003
Number of pages: 168
Planet Broadband examines the promise and prowess behind the fastest-growing communications technology since the cellular telephone. It's broadband: high-speed access to a world of interactive digital media and communications. Planet Broadband explains why broadband is more than just a better connection to the Internet--and how broadband promises to touch and improve on nearly every aspect of modern-day life.
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