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What does HDV stand for?

HDV stands for High Density Voice (Cisco)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Paterson added, "The AT1230 delivers an unbeatable mix of features that provides a market leading monolithic solution for today's high density voice and media gateways, wireless base stations, MSPP's, edge aggregation and multi-service switches and is commercially available along with a customer evaluation and development platform.
YOKNE'AM, Israel, September 24 /PRNewswire/ -- - Surf's PCI Express Multimedia Processing Platform Provides High Density Voice and Video Processing for NEC's New Line of Platforms for Advanced Telecom Services Surf Communication Solutions ("Surf"), a leading provider of multimedia embedded processing solutions, announced today that NEC Corporation ("NEC"), a multinational company providing information technology (IT) and network solutions to business enterprises, communications services providers and government, has selected Surf's SurfExpress/PCIeTM multimedia processing solution to provide simultaneous voice and video processing capabilities for their core network mobile and fixed service delivery platforms.
In-Stat/MDR rankings for Sonus include: -- #1 in High Density Voice Gateway port shipments -- #1 in High Density Voice Gateway revenues -- #1 in Total Voice Gateway port shipments, all product classes and densities "With this quarter's results, Sonus has further solidified its position as a leading provider in the carrier packet voice market," said Norm Bogen, director, WAN Infrastructure and Services at In-Stat/MDR.
Featuring Over 100 Low Bit Rate Channels, Rich Functionality, Low Power and Small Footprint, the New AC491 Sets a New Level of Performance for High Density Voice over Packet Gateway Solutions AudioCodes Ltd.
NASDAQ:BWSI), a leading supplier of processing technology for next-generation communication infrastructures, will for the first time demonstrate its ComStruct(TM) high density Voice and Fax over IP solution with a Linux-based system host single board computer at Fall 2000 Voice on the Net(TM) (VON).