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Carrier-neutral fiber-optic backbone that can accommodate increased bandwidth and gigabits of data and offer choice of multi-service providers and carriers, ensuring competitive pricing and higher service quality.
Fibronics' new intelligent, multiplexed hub combines Ethernet and Token Ring LAN distribution with Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) technology to enable users to centrally manage cabling systems, including 20 or more different computer systems, network topologies, PBXs and more, over a single fiber-optic backbone.
The CTA wireless coverage solution is based on a series of repeaters and antennas connected to a common fiber-optic backbone devised by Powerwave's Coverage System Innovation team, a group of RF and system engineers specializing in the delivery of turnkey solutions for complex environments.
ReFlex connects directly from the resident's premises into a high-speed fiber-optic backbone, bypassing local Internet "choke points.
MFN) (Nasdaq: MFNX), the leader in the deployment of optical IP Internet infrastructure within key metropolitan areas internationally, will provide Datek Online Holdings Corporation with a high-bandwidth fiber-optic backbone.
Using its own facilities and fiber-optic backbone, Gillette Global Network is able to provide competitively- priced, mission-critical communication services with personalized customer care, all on one convenient bill.
Csii is also building a national fiber-optic backbone to offer all the services of the new digital economy throughout Portugal.
1 performing Internet backbone(a), today announced multi-year agreements with Nortel Networks (NYSE/TSE: NT) and Level 3 Communications (NASDAQ: LVLT) through which SAVVIS will establish its own fiber-optic backbone by the fourth quarter of 2001, replacing its leased-line network.