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Network Systems Preparation

List of Specific Industries

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North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes for this industry

[ 423690 ] = Other electronic parts and equipment merchant wholesalers – Computer boards, unloaded, merchant wholesalers; Computer chips merchant wholesalers; Printed circuit boards merchant wholesalers; circuits, integrated, merchant wholesalers; Electronic parts (e.g., condensers, connectors, switches) merchant wholesalers; Semiconductor devices merchant wholesalers; Transistors merchant wholesalers; Unloaded computer board merchant wholesalers

[ 238210 ] = Electrical contractors and other wiring installation contractors – Computer and network cable installation

[ 541512 ] = Computer systems design services – Local area network (LAN) computer systems integration design services

Industry Description

In the future, network systems preparation may be a complex procedure simplified through use of intelligent computers.  Such “wizards” might communicate with people wishing to create a new home network or upgrade an existing one.  The challenge that such computers will have is to easily present to home owners in casual conversation a discussion of highly technical topics using simplified, nontechnical language. 

This is an excellent example of reaching across the “Digital Divide” to provide benefits of network systems preparation to every person and family.  Such conversations would bring advanced developments in digital technology into the homes and lives of everyone, regardless of their training, experience, or even their ability to comprehend the technology, and would produce the equivalent of physical and virtual blueprints. 

These tools would enable others to put the network together or upgrade an existing network.  Network systems wizards might even be “employed” throughout the installation and configuring phases, perhaps even performing final testing of the completed system and educating family members about the use of their new or upgraded home network.