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Special Issue: Enterprise Networks M. Atiquzzaman*
 

Summary: Editorial
Special Issue: Enterprise Networks
M. Atiquzzaman*
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 45469-0226, USA
Enterprise Networking is the interconnection of corpo-
rate, departmental, local, and remote computing and
communications resources to create an enterprise-wide
information utility. An enterprise could be organization,
such as a business, government, administration, institution,
etc., having business or other operating needs. The TCP/IP
protocol is the internetworking protocol which glues
together millions of computer and heterogeneous networks
into one global Internet. It offers a number of services such
as file transfer, remote login, mail and recently Web brows-
ing. There has been a recent trend within enterprises to
connect their computers using the TCP/IP protocol which
will allow them to internetwork with the global Internet.
The TCP/IP is a best effort datagram service. It does not
provide any service guarantee and hence is not very suitable
of real-time applications such as video conferencing. This

  

Source: Atiquzzaman, Mohammed - School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences