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Through the integration of optical transport network (OTN) technology and the SDN architecture, ZTE s SDON controller provides open support to upper-level multi-domain controller/service orchestrator and applications, while simultaneously offering centralized control of hierarchical network interoperability.
Reduce test logic area and signal routing with streamlined hierarchical network based on IEEE test standards and managed by a modular server controller for all IP and logic blocks
Central to this lie a series of patented and patent-pending technologies namely; Altobridge Data-at-the-Edge (intelligent mobile broadband data optimization and delivery across wireless networks), Hierarchical Network Caching, meshed cache, Self-Learning Content Prepositioning, Local Connectivity (local voice switching) and Split Architecture(transmission and power optimization), all of which, drive down communications delivery costs for mobile network operators by reducing backhaul and power consumption costs.
Among the broad variety of SCADA system architectures accommodated by DNP3 is a hierarchical network.
Among the topics are phase transitions in single neurons and neural populations, how hierarchical networks prevent the transition to the epileptic state, inducing transition in mesoscopic brain dynamics, a continuum model for the dynamics of the phase transition from slow-wave sleep to REM sleep, and what a mean-field model reveals about the dynamics of the cortex.
The carrier designed a hierarchical network topology using PT's SEGway signalling solution at the core, which allows effortless interconnection of IP elements to existing equipment.
The proposed criterions have proved to be able to effectively reduce the size of the network, hence the computational complexity, and the resulting hierarchical network has demonstrated its capability in efficiently performing its task.
This evasiveness has earned them some ridicule: Journalist Robert Wright pokes fun at Deborah Tannen, author of the 1990 best-seller You Just Don't Understand: Men and Women in Conversation, for arguing that boys "learn" to jockey for status in their more hierarchical networks, without explaining "why the boys' groups are always more hierarchical in the first place.