LATA (local access transport area) boundaries will be transparent to customers when Bell Atlantic and IXC Communications jointly provide ATM (asynchronous transfer mode) Cell Relay service.
What does CR stand for?
CR stands for Cell Relay
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- Carriage Return
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- Carrier Route (US Postal Service)
- Cascaded Rectifier
- Case Report
- Casino Royale (book by Ian Fleming)
- Catalytic Reactor
- Caulfield Records (record label)
- Cedar Rapids, IA, USA
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- Center Referee (soccer)
- Central Ray (radiology)
- Central Region
- Central Region (Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America)
- Certificate of Registration
- Certification Requirement
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- Certified Remodeler Specialist (remodeling)
- Certified Restorer (American Society of Cleaning and Restoration)
- Chain Reaction
Samples in periodicals archive:
As part of Bell Atlantic(R) All@once(SM) Solutions, the company announced today that it will offer asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) cell relay service, which includes the design, deployment and management of the high-bandwidth networks, all for a flat monthly fee.
Frame and cell relay products and services are among the boom areas.
LANNET's high-speed cell relay hubs and Data Switch's high-speed channel networking products are excellent platforms for this joint program, and several of LANNET's products should be of immediate value to Data Switch's installed base as well as to new customers seeking to protect legacy systems while optimizing the use of low-cost client/server LANs focused on PCs.
NYNEX expects to begin deployment of a FETEX-150 network in the second half of 1993 in order to expand its Frame Relay capabilities and introduce additional fast packet services, such as ATM Cell Relay Service and Switched Multimegabit Data Service (SMDS).
In addition, Proteon products have been rigorously tested for frame relay interoperability and compatibility with a number of leading switch vendor products including Motorola Codex's 6290 T1/E1 Fast Packet Multiplexer, StrataCom's IPX Cell Relay T1/E1 Switch, and Netrix's No.
In addition, Vision Net provides Internet, Frame Relay, cell relay, and voice services to its customers.
Cisco's AToM delivery includes support for Layer 2 technology for Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS), ATM AAL5, ATM Cell Relay, Frame Relay, PPP, and HDLC over MPLS.