Metropolitan Area Network?

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A Metropolitan Area Network is commonly called MAN and it refers to a data network which is intended to serve a broad area. These networks are implemented by innovative techniques like the fibre optic cable which is through subway tunnels. The most popular example is SMDS.
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A computer area which covers an entire city is known as a Metropolitan Area Network. They are mainly used for emergency services such as police and fire department officials.
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