Overview for Computer Networking
Networking which emerged, as an allied discipline during the initial years of IT revolution is fast becoming a separate domain in itself. Today with greater demand for data and communication needs networking is fast witnessing a sea change in terms of technology, integration and its assimilation in the overall technology domain. The spurt in the wireless technologies has also fuelled this demand so much so that networking is taught as a separate subject in all the technology related and curriculum throughout the world. This particular book is written in accordance with the latest curriculum and academic needs of both students and academicians from around the world. The book covers both the historical and the modern perspective, which will help the students and the teachers to clearly understand the intricacies of the subject.
S. Pankaj (Author)
S. Pankaj (BBS, MBA) has more than 6 years of industry experience. Starting his career with the house of Tatas (Worked with Tata Donnelley, Indiaâ€™s biggest printing and publishing house), he gradually shifting on to research and consulting industry. In his next assignment as Franchisee Manager (North East India) with Bisleri (Indiaâ€™s largest selling bottled water brand), he was instrumental in bringing about a strategic change in the region of operations. He next moved to Feedback Marketing (Indiaâ€™s only B2B research and consulting organization) where he worked on major assignments for MNCs like GE, HP etc. Presently, he is working in the capacity of a research and a technology consultant with several knowledge oriented multinational organizations. Pankaj has also delivered guest lectures on various technology subjects at many symposiums and academic institutions.