Construction of the network's first phase -- a ring linking London, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Paris and Amiens -- was completed in February and began carrying commercial traffic in March.
What does ARA stand for?
ARA stands for Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp (shipping industry)
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We have 389 other meanings of ARA in our Acronym Attic
- American Relief Administration (foreign aid group)
- American Remount Association
- American Rental Association
- American Restroom Association (now North American Restroom Association)
- American Retirees Association
- American Revenue Association
- American Rheumatism Association
- American Romagnola Association
- American Running Association
- Amis de la Reliure d'Art (French: Friends of the Art of Bookbinding; est. 1982)
- Androgen Receptor-Associated Coregulator
- Animal Research Act (Australia)
- Animal Rights Africa
- Annual Reports and Accounts
- Annual Review of Agriculture
- Annual Review of Anthropology (journal)
- Another Right Answer
- Antenna Research Associates
- Anti-Racist Action
- Antibes Rallye Association (French racing association)
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Phase One of the network, which went live in May 1999, stretches over 3000 km and covers London, Paris, Strasbourg, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp and Brussels.
Construction of the network's first phase -- a ring linking London, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Paris and Amiens -- was completed last February and began carrying commercial traffic in March.
European Presence The cornerstone of Teleglobe's expanding Pan-European infrastructure is a new 3,000 km high-speed dual fiber ring network interconnecting the cities of London, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Paris, Nancy, Strasbourg, Mannheim, Frankfurt and Dusseldorf.
HER is the first pan-European fiber optic network to provide telecommunications services among Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Geneva, Zurich, London, Paris, Strasbourg, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Milan, Copenhagen, and Stockholm.