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Extreme Networks readies show backbone

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Extreme Networks of Santa Clara, CA, will deploy a short-term network to meet the bandwidth needs of RSNA exhibitors. Exhibitors will depend on this backbone to power technology-driven demonstrations, including PACS, imaging, and distance learning on the

Extreme Networks of Santa Clara, CA, will deploy a short-term network to meet the bandwidth needs of RSNA exhibitors. Exhibitors will depend on this backbone to power technology-driven demonstrations, including PACS, imaging, and distance learning on the show floor. Extreme Networks will provide switched 10/100 Mbps connectivity and high-speed Internet access to conference and meeting rooms over a gigabit Ethernet.

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