The Rewiring of America: The Fiber Optics Revolution provides a comprehensive discussion on the progression of fiber optics technology in America. The book discusses several issues concerning the introduction of fiber optics, such as its history, the initial reaction of the public, applications, and possible future of the technology. The text first tackles the essential issues, specifically the history of fiber optics such as its birth, introduction to the public, popular opinions, and the challenges of its implementation. The book explains how several telecommunication corporations use such technology to its full potential to improve their services. Other industries such as computing and the military, which were exploring fiber optics, are also discussed along with applications to different fields, such as medicine, entertainment, transportation, and space exploration. The text also discusses the future of fiber optics, especially the role it will play in American society. The book will be of great use to any readers who are interested in information technology, communication engineering, and similar fields, especially those who are interested in American technology.This chart illustrates both trends. (Diagram courtesy Kessler Marketing Intelligence.) New York Telephone ... (see Figure 2.) New York Telephone was wiring many of New Yorka#39;s banks and brokerage houses with fiber optics as part of the plan.
|Title||:||The Rewiring of America The Fiber Optics Revolution|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2012-12-02|