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computer networking

[kəm′pyüd·ər ′net‚wərk·iŋ]
(communications)
The use of a network of computers and computer terminals by individuals at various locations to interact with each other by entering data into the computer system. Also known as computer conferencing.
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Worldwide, the overall data networking market is not expected to increase significantly in terms of revenue through 2007, but to remain relatively stable.
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Burton Group, a pioneer in network technology research and consulting, is introducing the concept of enterprise data networking to information technology professionals attending its European Catalyst Conference, Sept.
Increase With Year-long Re-focus To Business Data Networking Market
The goal of this program is to help our partners take full advantage of the future high growth in data networking solutions while adding value to their own product set," said Ray Bermond, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
A new report on the next generation of communications networks for data and voice services outlines how carriers are navigating the move from voice-centric networks to more robust data networking technologies.
However, their success requires new types of mobile data networking solutions and capabilities that operators' existing circuit-based, voice systems do not have -- nor do existing data communications equipment provide.
a leading value-added supplier of wireless networking products for data and voice, has expanded its agreement with Avaya (NYSE:AV), a leading global provider of voice and data networks to businesses, to distribute the Avaya Cajun(TM) and VPNet(R) data networking solutions to resellers in the U.
Under the agreement, Lucent will provide infrastructure and technology spanning its entire portfolio, including Bell Labs-developed wireless, optical and data networking equipment along with network management and applications software.
Data on vendor preference, and the factors that lead to preference, is presented for the following categories of IT products and services: computing products, data networking, telecom services, applications, and business services.
Data on vendor preference and the factors that lead to preference is presented for the following categories of IT products and services: computing products, data networking, telecom services, applications, and business services.