The Pennsylvania Convention Center has been gradually ramping up its connectivity offerings over the past five years.

“When I first came here in 1996, we didn't have anything to offer but dialtone,” says Roo Dunn, production services manager at the Center. “If you wanted ISDN, you bought it yourself from Bell Atlantic; then you had to buy the phone extension from us, and pray that the phone company would show up to test it and give you your terminal adapter. Today, ordering DSL from u

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