isolation network

isolation network

[‚ī·sə′lā·shən ′net‚wərk]
(electricity)
A network inserted in a circuit or transmission line to prevent interaction between circuits on each side of the insertion point.
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Roback commented, "I am thrilled to be joining Isolation Network and working alongside Jay, Co-Founder Matt Burns and the rest of the talented and dedicated executive team who have grown this business into the global leader it is today.
IN Enterprise Solutions ("INES") is the technology division of Isolation Network which develops and supports software for internal and external clients to use in managing their media businesses.
In addition to working as a close advisor to Isolation Network Founder and CEO, Robb McDaniels, Mr.
Second, IBM's Isolation Network, designed, built and supported by IBM Global Services, prevents unauthorized cross-talk from tool-to-tool by isolating semiconductor manufacturing equipment from the enterprise and each other.
Benefits include the implementation of inspection tours of light sources / implementation of labeling on all public lighting works (masts, cabinets) / lamp replacement (supply, installation, landfill) / replacement of control gear (supply, installation, landfill) / replacement control and other bodies in the public lighting cabinets (supply, installation, landfill) / servicing and maintenance all types of light sources including supply and installation of all necessary equipment / continuity of public lighting for the maintenance of public service to the administered / isolation networks or faulty equipment / all interventions motivated by maintaining public service / all interventions driven by the continued good working of public lighting installations.