Introduction To Networks
Networks is a simple concept where data is moving from point A to point B. Explore the concepts of LAN, MAN, and WAN in the introduction to networks here.
LOA (Lists of Acronyms)
Here is the list of over 4,000 telecom acronyms. Use the table of contents below to search for a specific acronym sets.
This page contains definitions of Telecom, ATM, Frame Relay, Video Conferencing, and Dial-Up Access.
All hardware and equipment are powered by electricity, yet few know even the basics of electrical power. Explore all basics of electricity here.
Electronics is actually a branch of physics. It deals with the emission, behavior, and effects of electrons (as in electron tubes and transistors) and electronic devices or equipment.
Diversity and Avoidance
Diversity and Avoidance: Diversity is for two circuits from the provider that use two diverse paths (diversity fees only apply to the second path).
Internet Protocol (IP)
IP is by far the most popular Wide Area Network transport protocol in existence today. It is a layer 3, connectionless protocol developed by the Department of Defense.
Security is the 2nd highest priority of every company next to profit. The topic is just too broad to do it justice here. Explore network security here.