Issue No. 10 - October (1997 vol. 30)
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<p>The worldwide demand for bandwidth is soaring, driven by increasing Internet usage. To meet this demand, telephone companies are working on ways to implement dense wavelength-division multiplexing, a technology designed to wring more bandwidth out of fiber-optic cable.</p>
D. Clark, "Will New Fiber Technology Quench the Thirst for Bandwidth?," in Computer, vol. 30, no. , pp. 14-15, 1997.