will bring Atoga's Optical Application Router (OAR) family of metro DWDM platforms to market in Japan.
What does OAR stand for?
OAR stands for Optical Application Router (Atoga)
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- Open Access Research
- Open Account Relation
- Open-Air Range
- Operating After Revocation (law enforcement)
- Operational Analysis & Reporting
- Operational Assessment and Readiness
- Operational Availability and Reliability
- Operations Assistance Request
- Operator Access Record (AT&T)
- Opportunities, Alternatives and Resources
- Optically Pre-Amplified Receiver (Bellcore)
- Order Approving Replacement
- Order of Agape and Reconciliation
- Order of Augustinian Recollects (Religious Order)
- Ordnance Alteration Requirement
- Oregon Administrative Rules
- Oregon Association of Realtors (Salem, OR)
- Organ at Risk
- Organizational/Team Achievement Recognition
- Organized Avalanche Response
Samples in periodicals archive:
Atoga's Optical Application Router systems combine the benefits of optical networking and the resiliency of SONET with the intelligence and flexibility of IP.
com Atoga's Optical Application Router (OAR 30) delivers a single IP and TDM optimized optical switching solution that enables rapid and converged provisioning of routed IP services, legacy TDM bandwidth services and tunable DWDM wavelength services.
the industry's first provider of intelligent wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) solutions using tunable lasers, today introduced the Optical Application Router 30 (OAR 30).
the industry's first provider of intelligent wave division multiplexing (WDM) solutions using tunable lasers, today announced an upgrade on its first product, Optical Application Router 5 (OAR 5), that enables service providers to simultaneously provision routed Internet Protocol (IP), Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) and tunable optical wavelength services.
1, 2001 Metro Carriers Use the Atoga Solution to Pursue New, Higher-Margin Revenues by Rolling Out Metered, Bandwidth-on-Demand Services Atoga Systems, a developer of intelligent Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) solutions, today announced that its first product, Optical Application Router 5 (OAR 5), has won a COMNET 2001 New Product Achievement Award.
AppDirector and Atoga's first product, Optical Application Router 5 (OAR 5), form a complete provisioning solution for metropolitan service providers, enabling them to pursue higher-margin revenues through broadened service offerings.
22, 2001 Atoga's Unique Usage of Tunable Lasers Frees Metro Carriers to Introduce Bandwidth-on-Demand Services for the Optical Internet Atoga Systems, a developer of intelligent Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) solutions, today announced that its first product, Optical Application Router 5 (OAR 5), is a finalist for the COMNET 2001 New Product Achievement Award.