intelligent network


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intelligent network

A network that is not passive. It contains built-in diagnostics, management, fault tolerance and other capabilities that keep it running smoothly. See IN.
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Ericsson's Intelligent Networks (IN) portfolio consists of a flexible platform and a variety of value-added services that can be delivered on top of today's and tomorrow's fixed and mobile networks.
The data center is evolving to take increased advantage of the price, performance and reduced complexity benefits offered by the combination of standards-based computing building blocks and a high-performance intelligent network foundation," said Tom Swinford, general manager, Intel LAN Access Division.
ProQuent Systems, a leading provider of intelligent mobile data infrastructure, today announced that Portugal Telecom subsidiary, PT Inovacao, one of the worldwide leading suppliers of Intelligent Network (IN) solutions, selected ProQuent's Mobile Services Switching Point(TM) (MSSP) to provide real-time prepaid data solutions for the PT Inovacao Next Generation Intelligent Network (NGIN) service platform.
Elematics, an innovator of multi-carrier, multi-vendor network control plane software, today announced that its Intelligent Network Control Plane (INCP) software will support MontaVista(R) Linux(R) Carrier Grade Edition (CGE) on Intel processor-based platforms.
After a competitive review process, Covista has signed an agreement with TNS to consolidate their SS7 signaling and intelligent network services and provide a single point of access to SS7 services across the TNS network.
With the addition of full Intelligent Network (IN) wireless protocol support, Excel offers the only application enabling platform that can span across 2G, 3G, and WiFi networks.

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