0 focuses on include capabilities for classical IP applications, such as Traffic Engineering and Provider-Provisioned VPNs (PP-VPNs), Layer 2 tunneling mechanisms for metro optical networks, Generalized MPLS functionality for core optical network transport and Optical User Network Interface (O-UNI) for optical network access.
What does OUNI stand for?
OUNI stands for Optical User Network Interface (IEEE)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Occasional Use Notices (UK; gambling law)
- Order Unit
- Organizacija Ujedinjenih Nacija (Serbian: United Nations)
- Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists
- Organizatsiya Ukrainskikh Natsionalistiv (Ukrainian: Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists)
- Oslo University Notation (Oslo, Norway)
- Oregon Utility Notification Center
- Order of Universal Interfaith (interfaith healing and service order)
- Organisation of the Unemployed Northern Ireland (Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed; UK)
- Open Universiteit Nederland (Dutch)
- Open University of the Netherlands
- Other Users Noise Simulator
- Okresni Ustav Narodniho Zdravi (Czech: District Institutes of Health; Ministry of Health; Czech Republic)
- Of Unknown Origin (band)
- Official-Use Only
- OK under Obama (politics)
- Oxford University Orchestra
Samples in periodicals archive:
NASDAQ:RBAK), a leading provider of solutions for next-generation metro broadband and optical networks, today announced that it will participate in a demonstration of optical User Network Interface (UNI) interoperability at SUPERCOMM 2001 in Atlanta, June 5-7.
Nasdaq:ONIS), a leading provider of optical telecommunications systems for metropolitan and regional markets, today announced that it will participate in a demonstration of optical User Network Interface (UNI) interoperability at SUPERCOMM 2001 in Atlanta, June 5-7 in the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) Booth No.