Phone Circuits To The Fast LaneBy
In 1984, the IBM PC AT was the hot new personal computer. A modem that could send and receive data at 2,400 bits per second was considered blazing fast. And the Baby Bells, just spun off from AT&T, attracted little attention when they sketched their plans for a high-speed communications future called the Integrated Services Digital Network.
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