Wide Area Network


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Wide Area Network

Also called WAN. A network that allows computers to connect to the Internet over an exceptionally large area, such as a metropolitan area, a region or even a country.
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The librarian will need to be pro-active to orchestrate the resources of the wide area network with the actions of the end-users through propagating new methods or instructional scenarios.
Installing a wide area network doesn't guarantee greater accessibility to library resources.
New Edge Networks is expanding its on-site installation services to include connecting any business computer application to the broadband networks it provides, making operation of wide area networks transparent to businesses.
Logistics Support Wide Area Network (LSWAN): Using the proven VSWAN architecture as a framework, LSWAN provides logisticians in Iraq, CONUS and Okinawa with visibility into the status of important procurement orders.
In addition to wide area networks, New Edge Networks also provides retailers remote access to virtual private networks, or VPNs, so telecommuters and mobile workers can have secure access to SAP applications from virtually anywhere.
Those studying for a career in telecommunications and who require a detailed knowledge of modern Wide Area Networks and data services.
Introduction to Wide Area Networks (WANs)" provides an introduction to the underlying concepts of WANs.
TransNet is designed for those studying for a career in telecommunications and who require a detailed knowledge of modern Wide Area Networks and data services.
Streamcore, a leader in application acceleration for wide area networks (WANs), will be hosting a webinar entitled, "Ensuring Citrix Application Performance in WAN Environments.
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