Q&A (WK1)

Q&A (WK1) - WEEK1

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WEEK 1 The technology that merges computing with high-speed communications links carrying data,  sound, and video is ______________________ technology.? Information High-capacity computers with hundreds of thousands of processors that can perform more than  one trillion calculations per second are called _________________. super computers The method of going online that requires the user to be within 3.3 miles of a phone company  central switching office is ________________. DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) How does DSL differ from High speed internet over a cable modem? With DSL you have to live close to a phone company switching station (within 3.3 miles). with a cable  modem you do not. DSL receives data a 1.5-10mbps but sends data at 128kbps-1.5Mbps. Cable  modems receives at a rate of 1.4MBps and sends data at up to 30MBps. Memory such as RAM and the hard drive are measured in units called
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2010 for the course CS 140DLD taught by Professor Scotthammond during the Summer '09 term at Park.

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