As a result, it can accommodate high-speed WAN services in excess of 100 Mbps, enabling customers to set up a high-speed company network at a low cost.
What does HWIC stand for?
HWIC stands for High-Speed WAN (Wide Area Network) Interface Card (hardware; Cisco)
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See other definitions of HWIC
- Health & Wellness Institute (Providence, RI)
- Health World International, Inc.
- Healthy Workplace Initiative (various organizations)
- Hekimian Web Interface
- High Water Interval
- His Wheels International (Wheaton, IL)
- Hot Wire Ignition
- Head Woman in Charge
- Health Workforce Information Center
- High-Performance Wan Interface Cards (Cisco)
- Hazardous Waste Identification Division (US EPA)
- Hazardous Waste Incineration Directive (UK)
- Human Work Interaction Design
- Hardware Interface Descriptor Block (Cisco)
- Hobart Waterfront International Design Competition (Australia)
- Hazardous Waste Incineration Facility
- Here's What I Have
- How Will I Know It When I See It?
- Hispanic Women in Leadership (est. 1988; Houston, TX)
Samples in periodicals archive:
0 and Gigabit Ethernet ports so users can take full advantage of their high-speed WAN connections for enjoying a broad spectrum of multimedia, including IP telephony, high-speed Web access, file sharing, multimedia conferencing, video streaming and download, high performance gaming and MP3 downloading.
With its global reach ATM provides enterprises with high-speed WAN connectivity, while also enabling them to use, for instance, remote production facilities and sales offices that use frame relay, Visual UpTime is a performance management solution designed to manage mixed frame relay-ATM environments.
As it can accommodate high-speed WAN services in excess of 100 Mbps, such as FLET'S Hikari Next or au Hikari, it can even be used as a center router, not just as a router for medium-sized branch offices.
The PowerChassis/113 for central office applications and PowerChassis/101 for customer premises provide the foundation for the platform, which also includes FiberLinX 10-Mbps and 100-Mbps modules for end-to-end fiber management; ipMux TX/5 for allocating bandwidth to multitenant office buildings by splitting one high-speed WAN connection between multiple customers; and the FiberChain Gigabit fiber multiplexer, that allows patching into existing single-mode gigabit fiber rings to provide new 100-Mbps access points wherever needed.