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What does IA stand for?

IA stands for Implementation Agreement


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uk Australia's St George Bank (AX: SGB) has signed an implementation agreement with Westpac Banking Corporation (AX: WBC) for a proposed USD19bn takeover of the former by the latter.
html Implementation Agreements The Multi-Link Gearbox (MLG) Implementation Agreement defines a 10:4 Mux function to convert multiple (up to 10) independent 10Gb/s links into 4x25G lanes, and a 4:10 DeMux function to convert the 4x25G lanes back to multiple (up to 10) independent 10Gb/s links.
The event provided world-class networked test facilities spanning 3 continents and bringing together dozens of carriers and vendors in a massive 'real network' trial to validate MSF Release 3 Implementation Agreements covering a wide range of topics including roaming across multiple network types (including cellular and WiFi), QoS issues (including session border control and bandwidth management), and interoperability with 3GPP release 4.
Providing a test-bed for the full spectrum of hardware, processes and services needed to assemble an effective next-generation delivery platform, GMI 2006 is designed to validate MSF Release 3 Implementation Agreements covering a wide range of topics including roaming across multiple network types (including cellular and WiFi), QoS issues (including session border control and bandwidth management), and interoperability with 3GPP release 4.
Providing a test-bed for the full spectrum of hardware, processes and services needed to assemble an effective next-generation delivery platform, GMI 2006 is designed to validate MSF Release 3 Implementation Agreements covering a wide range of topics including roaming across multiple network types, QoS issues (including session border control and bandwidth management), and interoperability with 3GPP release 4.