Architecture and Hardware

SNA and OSI: three strategies for interconnection


The rise of the Open Systems Interconnection Reference Model (OSI) in the past five years is forcing IBM to rethink its plans for its proprietary network standard Systems Network Architecture (SNA). This article reviews three interconnection strategies to be considered.

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