Definition

ARCnet (attached resource computing networks)

A 2.5 Mbps LAN technology created by Data Point Corporation in the early 1980s. ARCnet (attached resource computing networks) uses token-based networking technology and runs over several kinds of coaxial cable, and twisted-pair and fiber-optic cable.

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