DISTRIBUTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Distributive Technologies

The telephone exchange switches: Analogue switch board (PBXs), automatic (StepXstep strowger, C400, C23, UXD5, Linear UT), digital switches and microwave technologies. The introduction of fiber optic networks in 1993 replaced the above culminating into a high bandwidth backbone digital switching networks, Intranet, Extranet and the Internet, Local Area computer Networks (LAN) and Wide Area Connectivity (WAN). The Museum also displays the first generation mainframe computers that have since been replaced by the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), together with different power stabilization devices (UPSs, Rectifiers). Market Slogan: "Worldwideweb Network Anytime, Anywhere"

Related Images

Mainframe and Abacus Computers

Generation of Computers

Telephone Evolution

Telecom Switching bar

History of Telephones

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The mandate of the Multimedia University of Kenya ICT Museum is to share human technologies through Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

ICT Museum is Global

The ICT Museum's objective is to discover, Interpret and disseminate knowledge about seismic shifts in the information age by means of collecting, classifying and preserving the natural and historical artifacts and publications.

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