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Understanding Networking Technologies

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Understanding Networking Technologies
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Publisher: Atrium Technical Inc.
Number of pages: 350

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This course is designed to provide you with up-to-date information on networking. The content focuses on local area networks and the technology for connecting them together. It is general enough to give a broad overview of today's technologies and trends, while detailed enough for you to see the inner workings of modern networking. This course is specifically designed for those who need to know networking from a technical and practical point of view.

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