"The capacity of our fiber-optic backbone is basically limited by the devices and drivers that are used with it," says Mike Polovcin, director of operations for the new Hawai'i Convention Center. "We provide the highway--what travels on it, and how fast, is up to the organization using the building." In other words, high-tech organizations using the center, which opened in June, can bring their own routers and switches and configure them any way they like. The center's lines will handle T1, ...

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