TRIP '92 reflections Strom took time out to talk to Communications News while he was visiting TRIP '92, the Transcontinental ISDN Project.
What does TRIP stand for?
TRIP stands for Transcontinental ISDN Project
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of TRIP
We have 85 other meanings of TRIP in our Acronym Attic
- The Road Information Program
- Thunderstorm Research International Project
- Tobacco Research and Intervention Program (H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute; Tampa, FL)
- Token Ring Interface Processor (Cisco 7000 series routers)
- Topic, Relationship, Identity, Process (conflict resolution)
- Toxic Release Inventory Program (EPA)
- Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
- TRAF (TNF (Tumor Necrosis Factor) Receptor-Associated Factor)-Interacting Protein (molecular biology)
- Traffic Response and Information Partnership
- Transaction Register Inquiry Program (Ford Motor Co)
- Transformation-Induced Plasticity (high strength steels)
- Transit and Rail Inspection Pilot (TSA)
- Translating Research Into Practice
- Transportation Regional Incentive Program (Florida)
- Transportation Remuneration Incentive Program (West Virginia)
- Transportation Resource & Information Partnership (Colorado Department of Transportation)
- Trauma Resolution Integration Program (Nova Southeastern University)
- Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (US Department of Homeland Security)
- Traveller's Road Information Portal (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Several of Sprint's LPN-ISDN Interconnect customers are demonstrating LPN-ISDN Interconnect as part of the Transcontinental ISDN Project (TRIP), an industry-wide effort to demonstrate that ISDN is available today.
Washington's group had its first meeting last month, in connection with the Transcontinental ISDN Project showcase in Renton, Va.
TRIP is the Transcontinental ISDN Project, a week-long series of events Nov.
TRIP stands for Transcontinental ISDN Project, and the spotlight' will shine brightly on users' ISDN applications at that time.
Next month, the Transcontinental ISDN Project (TRIP '92) will show connections among 20 switches that support full Signalling System 7 protocols.