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B-ISDNBroadband Integrated Services Digital Network
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In 1988, ATM was chosen as the switching and multiplexing technique for B-ISDN.
By this time, a true B-ISDN and ATM WAN can be in place.
SMDS and B-ISDN need fiber to the office to maximize their potential benefits and the RBOCs are well aware of this.
After languishing as a rather obscure technology known only to switching engineers and B-ISDN standard makers, ATM has now exploded onto the data communications and telecommunications scene, both as a fabric for broadband switching and as an internetworking panacea for large corporate users.