major node


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major node

[′mā·jər ′nōd]
(electricity)
A point in an electrical network at which three or more elements are connected together. Also known as junction.
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Large Backbone Carriers Carry the Bulk of Traffic between Major Nodes or Network Access Points (NAPs), And Smaller and Regional Providers Use Their Own Facilities to Access the Backbone, Lease the Facilities of the Backbone Providers, or Pay for Access from a Variety of Regional and National Providers.
In India, with four major nodes in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore in operation, Equant is strengthening its position in terms of capacity to offer comprehensive services and meet the increasing demand of its MNC customers in this country.
We were ready for the highly scalable wireless backhaul infrastructure Aperto's PacketWave(R) provided between our major nodes.
The new M20 Internet backbone routers are deployed at three major nodes in New Zealand -- Christchurch, Wellington, and Auckland -- and one node in the United States, Los Angeles, Calif.
Distribution of the trunked radio signals within the tunnels is achieved with 75 major nodes used for interface and amplification of the signal.
The new infrastructure will link the information systems of Daewoo Securities headquarters in Seoul, Korea with 6 major nodes countrywide, 170 branch offices, and five overseas branches in Tokyo, New York, Hong Kong, London and Singapore.
To implement an enterprise-wide VPN, it is necessary to have very powerful devices at the major nodes of the network," reported Steve Peters, Office of the President and Executive Vice President of RedCreek.
The contract covers the upgrade of the Higher Education Network (RoEduNet), a national networking backbone, with major nodes in six cities, and links to all the country's universities as well as non-profit scientific and cultural institutions.
The XL chassis series offers redundant power and fan systems and is able to support dual WAN links between the three major nodes.
CJSC "Synterra" is deploying ECI's class-leading 10-degree WSS ROADM in all major nodes, allowing for easy and quick forecast-tolerant provisioning of any or all services across the entire network.