To further streamline network management, and improve network reliability, we have attached devices to each frame relay switch that automatically set up a virtual leased line through the public ISDN network when the leased line fails.
What does FRS stand for?
FRS stands for Frame Relay Switch (Sprint)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 214 other meanings of FRS in our Acronym Attic
- Formal Reporting System
- Forum des Républicains Sociaux (French: Forum of Social Republicans)
- Forum of Social Republicans (now Christian Democratic Party; France)
- Forward Recoil Scattering
- Forward Repair Ship
- Forward Repair System (US Army)
- Foundation for Rural Service
- Foundation Routing and Switching (Cisco)
- Frame Knowledge Representation System
- Frame Relay Service
- Free Radical Scavenger (energy beverage)
- Freely Redistributable Software
- Frontier Research System (est. 1986; Japan)
- Fully Responsive System
- Functional Rating Scale
- Functional Requirements Specification
- Functional Requirements Summary
- Fund Raising System (software)
- Fundamental Reference System (ITU-T)
- WordPerfect Graphics Driver (file name extension)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to Steve Baker, INSINC Vice President of Technology Development, "Our selection of the Newbridge(R) Frame Relay switch was largely based on the need to meet the exacting requirements of our customers.
The deployment of the Newbridge (R) 3600 MainStreet (R) Bandwidth Manager Frame Relay Switch cards makes ED TEL the first telephone company in Canada to offer public Frame Relay service.
As part of Alcatel's DEXCS digital cross-connect system, the DG200 comprises a single card frame relay switch that plugs directly into the same high-density interface shelf that supports DS1 and DS3 interfaces.
The CX950, however, is more than an access device - it can also be used as a high performance, low-cost Frame Relay switch in private networks.
Service providers can start with a single shelf 800 Mb/s system and expand to the world's largest frame relay switch, with up to 12.
Additionally, Cahners In-Stat Group recently pronounced Ascend the new leader in worldwide ATM WAN equipment revenue sold to service providers, as well as the continued leader in worldwide market share in combined ATM WAN equipment and Frame Relay switch revenue sold to service providers, total Frame Relay switch revenue and Frame Relay switch revenue sold to service providers through the first half of 1998.
As part of the "Get Framed" program, Ascend is offering special bundled solutions based on the multi-service B-STDX 8000(TM) Frame Relay switch, the multi-service MAX TNT(TM) access concentrator and the Pipeline 130 or Pipeline 50LS56 Customer Premise Equipment (CPE).