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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As the network consists of many computers over the span of a city (various HAN networks) the connection can lag or become quite slow.
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A metropolitan area network (MAN) is a network that interconnects users with computer resources in a geographic area or region larger than that covered by even a large local area
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BMAN (Broadband Metropolitan Area Network) is a telecommunications service from Sprint in the U.S. that provides corporate users in a metropolitan area with broadband access to the
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US only or around the world? How big of metro area do you have in mind? North Korea cities have definitely the least, if any, traffic. Singapore also makes it very hard to own a car
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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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