Supported by FORE Systems advanced ATM technology, the SCinet Supercomputing network offers tradeshow exhibitors ATM, FDDI, serial HIPPI and switched and shared Ethernet connections.
What does AAT stand for?
AAT stands for Advanced ATM Technology (Sprint)
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GCA offers Macau casinos advanced ATM technology, cashless gaming products, information services and marketing services, including: * QuikCash Plus(TM) Web is a proprietary browser-based, full-service cash access transaction processing system for casino cashier operations.
Fujitsu's ATM Universe Switch uses the advanced ATM technology derived from Fujitsu's FETEX-150 ATM central office switch, to deliver high-capacity aggregated switched traffic.
Our alliance with UB combines our advanced ATM technology with one of the industry's most versatile LAN hubs.
Net has invested in advanced ATM technology for its private managed network, in order to offer customers faster, more scaleable and more efficient networking solutions.
The combination of NEC's advanced ATM technology and DAVID's compact, modular architecture provides a comprehensive solution for network operators to deploy ATM to the home," said Nick Satomi, senior manager of C&C Product Technologies Development Laboratories of NEC Corporation.
The agreement is the latest strategic effort by Interphase to continue an aggressive expansion of the company's market and reach new customers across the world with its broad product line and advanced ATM technology.