demarcation point

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demarcation point

The location within a home or office where the line from the telephone company enters the building. Also called the "minimum point of entry" (MPOE). See demarc extension.
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Those strengths, combined with the compelling market dynamics of a massive demand for internet security solutions, position Demarc well to take advantage of the significant growth opportunities ahead.
To deliver an accelerated and exceptional level of nationwide service, including international capabilities, for the installation and maintenance of demarc extensions.
This has been a problem in the industry for over three decades," said Dennis Mazaris, developer of Demarc Extension Nationwide and President of Concert Technologies.
The Demarc Extension Seminar will be presented by Dennis Mazaris, RCDD and President and Founder of Concert Technologies.
In the emerging demarc segment, MRV has truly established itself with the range of features supported on its products, an impressive customer base and a successful strategy.
The demarc is the point at which the telco's reach and responsibility ends.
The entire digital home is the new demarc, so broadband carriers need to better understand how to capitalize on this reality," said Bernie Arnason, chair of the Digital Home Summit and publisher and managing editor of telecompetitor.
We are constantly being asked by our customers to assist them with needs beyond the DEMARC and have concluded that we can leverage our solid reputation with our customers and the skills and talents of our employees to address numerous financially rewarding models that we have historically avoided," Leslie said.
Exponential-e's use of Ethernet Demarc Devices (EDD) allows this common Internet feed to be delivered across the same access circuit but via a separate cable direct into the Firewall to maintain security.
The rapid provider rollout and customer uptake of Ethernet connections and services has created the need for specialized Ethernet devices that provide a variety of functions from connectivity to demarc to SLA monitoring," confirmed Michael Howard, principal analyst at Infonetics Research, Inc.