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3Com is a manufacturer best known for its computer network infrastructure products. The company was co-founded in 1979 by Robert Metcalfe, Bruce Borden, and Greg Shaw, and is headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts. The name 3Com comes from the company's focus on Computers, Communication and Compatibility.
- also known as 3Com Corporation
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Influencer Marketing (2008)
Who Really Influences Your Customers? by Duncan Brown, Nick Hayes
3Com is a case in point. In 2000, suffering from fierce competition with Cisco, 3Com exited its high-end router business, leaving many of its larger corporate customers high and dry. Seven years later, 3Com is a different company. There are ...
by Lester Townsend
3com is a major manufacturer of computer networking hardware, and having a potential foreign enemy own a company manufacturing networking hardware, with hidden back doors into our country's computer networks, would be a major ...
by Nicholas Wittenberg
3Com is a pioneer in the networking business, having produced the first Ethernet adapter for the IBM PC in 1981. The company has been producing VoIP equipment since 1998, when it introduced one of the first VoIP systems, the now ...
3Com is a publicly traded company whose stock trades·on the NASDAQ; and b. The November 29, 2007 announced acquisition ofAxcan by TPO LLP. Axcan was a publicly traded company whose stock traded on the NASDAQ Global Market.
3Com is a leading LAN vendor, originally founded by the inventor of Ethernet. It now offers a broader range of products and is said to be considering entering the FDDI market. So far, it has not done so. 5.2.79 Ungermann-Bass ...
The National JobBank 2005 (2004)
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3com.com. Description: 3Com is a Fortune 500 company delivering global data networking solutions (o organizations around the world.
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3com.com). 3D - 3 (Three)-Dimensional. A kind of computer graphics that allows object presentation in three dimensions, ...
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APPENDIX D INTERNATIONAL DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORK HARDWARE COMPANIES 3Com Corporation (USA) Global data networking products and services. Corporate Headquarters: 5400 Bayfront Plaza Santa Clara, CA ...
by Freire, Mario
complete wireless system and those that address specific weaknesses or provide additional functionality (3Com Corporation, 2006). Here we mention just three of the latter standards which may have a significant influence in coming days.
by Carol Krismann
They paid 3Com to license the Palm Operating System, now holding 70 percent of the market, ~~ and focused on developing a less expensive hand- Donna Dubinsky pioneered the held computer for children and families. In 1999 Palm Pilot, ...
3Com a leading producer of networking hardware, mainly focusing on residential and small to medium businesses. In recent years the company has sharpened its focus in this area by acquiring U.S. Robotics but selling off Palm (see PALM).
by Taniar, David
3COM. (2006). Retrieved from http://www.3com.com/ whitepapers.html Ulanoff, L. (2003). Get free Wi-Fi, while its hot. PC Magazine, ( July). Vines ...
3COM: Leading maker of Internet systems hardware applications for small and medium businesses. 3-TIER APPLICATION: A computer program organized into three major parts distributed to a different place in a network; workstation, ...
by A.E. Cawkell
– and are also independent of LAN software such as Banyan Vines, Novell Netware, 3Com, etc., which include a ...
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