LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

StoryBody;Move to ATM catches onI read with interest the article "ATM: Civilian, Defense agencies start network installations" [FCW, July 28]. I work for the Directorate of Information Management at Fort Detrick, Md. We have recently upgraded our campus network to an ATM backbone, and we have switched 25 megabit/sec. to the desktop in some locations, such as our Advanced Technology Training & Education Center. We plan in the near future to have ATM to the desktop for every commander and director on the installation. Dave TwiggDOIM/Core TechnologyMove to ATM catches on

I read with interest the article "ATM: Civilian, Defense agencies start network installations" [FCW, July 28]. I work for the Directorate of Information Management at Fort Detrick, Md. We have recently upgraded our campus network to an ATM backbone, and we have switched 25 megabit/sec. to the desktop in some locations, such as our Advanced Technology Training & Education Center. We plan in the near future to have ATM to the desktop for every commander and director on the installation.

Dave TwiggDOIM/Core Technology

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