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What does UGW stand for?

UGW stands for Universal Gateway (telecommunications)

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Based on Lantiq system chips and its Universal Gateway (UGW) software, the AnyWAN approach provides broadband equipment suppliers with the flexibility to build gateways supporting an array of wide area network (WAN) interfaces and local network connectivity options from a single base design.
With around 30% of its human resources dedicated to the development of new products, Matrix has launched cutting-edge products like IP-PBX, Universal Gateways, VoIP Gateways and Terminals, GSM Gateways, Access Control and Time-Attendance Systems, video surveillance system and fire alarm systems.
The Lantiq XWAY (TM) GRX Gateway Platform includes a powerful multi-core network processor and proven Universal Gateway software stack for core networking functions and support for Lantiq's broad connectivity and voice product portfolio, including Fast/Gigabit-Ethernet, WLAN, and DECT/CAT-iq solutions.
com Vircom, a producer of e-mail messaging security software, today announced the release of the latest version of its modus line of products, which now integrate PGP's Universal Gateway encryption technology to help customers meet new legislation (now being implemented in some jurisdictions) which will require users to encrypt sensitive data.
BARCELONA, Spain, February 6 /PRNewswire/ -- - iSkoot mobile software to be demonstrated with Cisco at Mobile World Congress iSkoot, the leading provider of carrier-friendly mobile VoIP solutions, today announced the successful completion of iSkoot's integration and interoperability testing with the Cisco AS5000 Series Universal Gateway and the Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch -- a carrier-class softswitch that performs signaling and call-control tasks to interconnect next-generation IP networks to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).