In a voice-enabled DSL network, the CPE is typically called an Integrated Access Device (IAD) and is, generally, a 10 Baset router or modem for the data appliances and provides a number of analog phone ports for telephony appliances.
What does IAD stand for?
IAD stands for Integrated Access Device (audiocodes)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 158 other meanings of IAD in our Acronym Attic
- Índice Anti-Detonante (Portuguese: anti-knock index)
- Industrial Aero-Derivative
- Inflammatory Airway Disease (horses)
- Information & Application Delivery
- Information Access and Delivery
- Information and Analysis Division (various meanings)
- Initial Advance Date
- Instituto Agrario Dominicano
- Instructor Assisted Deployement (skydiving)
- Integrated Access Device
- Integrated Acoustic Display
- Integrated Acquisition Database
- Integrated Antenna Detector
- Intelligence Analysis Division (NFOIO)
- Intelligent Access Devices (Motorola)
- Inter-American Dialogue
- Inter-American Division (Seventh-day Adventist)
- Interface Adapter Device
- Interface Agreement Document
- Internal Affairs Division (police)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The integrated access device market shows significant growth potential and Philips Semiconductors is targeting this area as part of a larger networking applications initiative.
Its products include VoiceStick that allows the user to make domestic and international long distance calls via the Internet, with the use of an included handset; and InternetTalker integrated access device, which enables the user to make worldwide phone calls over the Internet.
Verilink's Net Engine(TM) 8108s and 8508s Integrated Access Devices (IADs) and Nortel Networks CS 2000.
A, has selected RAD's LA-140 and LA-110 ATM integrated access devices (IADs) to deploy ISDN voice and Ethernet over ADSL links for small and medium-sized business customers throughout Italy.
SOSi), a wholly-owned subsidiary of TranSwitch Corporation, is fabless semiconductor company developing highly integrated VLSI solutions leveraging its proprietary Voice over Packet technology into highly integrated, systems level solutions that address the requirements of converged networks with an initial focus on the intelligent integrated access device.
Its AN-32 integrated Access Device (IAD) was named Network Magazine's Local Loop Access Device product of the year.
Its AN-32 Integrated Access Device (IAD) was recently named Network Magazine's Local Loop Access Device product of the year.