inverse network

inverse network

[′in‚vərs ′net‚wərk]
(electricity)
Two two-terminal networks are said to be inverse when the product of their impedances is independent of frequency within the range of interest.
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Nesti worked at Inverse Network Technology/Visual Networks as Vice President Technology Services from 1998 until 1999.
Inverse Network says folks who communicate with you by email prefer to receive your comments by return email.
The SLAs come from Inverse Network Technologies, which is now owned by Visual Networks Inc.
He has also held senior management positions at Visual Networks, Inverse Network Technology, and Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI).
Berry also provided sales expertise to Inverse Network Technology (now Visual Networks) as vice president, worldwide sales.
Inverse Network Technology Inc tested 19 ISPs over two weeks in March.
In addition to Infoblox and NetScreen, Roeckl also served as the director of marketing at Inverse Network Technologies, as the director of IT research at the Robert Frances Group, and as the executive editor of Communications Week (a CMP Media publication).
net enjoy Internet connections that are among the fastest and most reliable in the country, according to Inverse Network Technology, an independent research service.
Prior to that, he was VP of operations and professional services for Inverse Network Technology, a network management software company based in Sunnyvale, CA.
The company consistently receives top ratings by Inverse Network Technology, an independent research firm that grades the performance of network service providers each month.
AT&T WorldNet Service has more than 700 points of presence (POPs) in the United States and offers the fastest, most reliable Internet access in the industry (17 months in a row) - according to Inverse Network Technology, an independent research firm that monitors the top 13 Internet Service Providers.
In a recent monthly benchmark, Visual Networks (formerly Inverse Network Technology) gave America Online the highest grade for the amount of time required to download typical Web pages; AOL is 29% faster than the industry average.