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Hnology For

  title={Hnology For},
  author={Peter J. Redlich and Masa Suzuki and Stephen B. Weinstein}
Distributed object systems have become a foundation technology and operational platform for large, complex communications networks. This article explains w h a t distributed object technology is and w h a t it does for networks and communication services. It describes the current key technologies i n this field, CORBA and DCOM, and gives examples of networking architectures, such as TINA and TMN, that utilize these technologies. Finally, this article introduces a simplified model for a CORBA… 

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