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Token ring

A network architecture developed by IBM, which is physically wired as a star but uses token passing in a logical ring topology, is called token ring. It is a frequently used arrangement of connecting computer equipment using twisted-pair cable. Early token ring networks had a maximum speed of 4Mbps; new ones have a maximum speed of 16 Mbps.

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