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Network Working Group, Harvard University, NetScout Systems [ziureta 2010 10 27].
Since he first joined the Broadband Forum in December 2004, Christophe Alter has been a main contributor in the End to End Architecture Working Group and in the Fiber Access Network Working Group and has served as a member of the Board of Directors since 2008.
The Aricent WING powered Juni solution supports full interoperability with the WiMAX Forum Network Working Group (NWG) defined R6 interface, ensuring a standard reference interface to equipment within the WiMAX network.
Mr Horne was speaking at the Arab Regulators Network working group meeting on mobile roaming charges.
This necessity is tackled by the Cooperative Network working group (CoNet) of the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) in its envisaged Beyond-3G systems .
Internet Engineering Task Force, Network Working Group, "Security Architecture for the Internet Protocol," located at www.
I also believe that full XG-PON1 interoperability in a multi-vendor context will be achieved quickly, thanks to the experience gained by FSAN in the 12 GPON Interoperability Test Events held to date," said Paolo Solina of Telecom Italia, Chair of the FSAN Optical Access Network Working Group.
PD TNAC2 uses the Current Force Network Working Group and associated sub-working groups, as venues for PdMs, developers, and others developing tactical network solutions to share their plans and help formulate an open systems architecture that enables communications interoperability.