Bellcore


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Bellcore

Bell Communications Research, Inc.

iconectiv

(iconectiv, Bridgewater, NJ, www.iconectiv.com) A telecommunications software, engineering and consulting organization. iconectiv was originally founded as Bellcore in 1984 by the regional Bell telephone companies (RBOCs) after they split from AT&T (see Divestiture).

In 1997, Bellcore was acquired by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). With more than 35,000 employees, SAIC was the largest employee-owned, high-tech company in the country. As part of the acquisition, Bellcore changed its name to Telcordia. In 2011, Ericsson acquired Telcordia, which became iconectiv in 2013.

Telcordia

(Telcordia Technologies, Piscataway, NJ, www.telcordia.com) A telecommunications software, engineering and consulting organization. Telcordia was originally founded as Bellcore in 1984 by the regional Bell telephone companies (RBOCs) after they were split apart from AT&T due to court order (see Divestiture).

In late 1997, Bellcore was acquired by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), which was founded by Dr. J.R. Beyster in 1969. By 1999, SAIC had more than 35,000 employees and was the largest high-tech company in the country that was employee owned. In early 1999, Bellcore changed its name to Telcordia Technologies, which was required as part of the SAIC acquisition. In late 2004, SAIC sold Telcordia to Warburg Pincus and Providence Equity Partners.
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Drawing on its Telcordia, Bellcore and Bell Labs heritage, Applied Communication Sciences excels at creating innovative technologies and services to solve the most difficult, complex information and communications problems.
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The task of keeping the systems synchronized kept quite a few AT&T and Bellcore engineers busy.
Founded by two leading Bellcore scientists, the company has been helping customers prove the integrity of their electronic records since 1994.
It was built in 1985 by Torcon for Bellcore, the research group for the seven original Bell operating companies.
Mr Ahuja was previously president of Telcordia Technologies - formerly Bellcore - the world's largest provider of operations support systems, network software and consulting and engineering services to the telecommunications industry, providing consulting services and communications software used by 80 per cent of the US telecoms network.
Conforming to Bellcore and ETSI requirements, they are capable of accepting a range of input voltages from 36 to 75 Vdc.
These transceivers exhibit exceptionally low levels of jitter over the full Bellcore operating temperature range of -40 degrees to +85 degrees C.
It also meets Bellcore 1217 specifications for telecom equipment.
The S/UNI-1x155 jitter performance meets all Bellcore GR-253 intrinsic jitter, jitter tolerance, and jitter transfer specifications.
This Stratum 3E Clock meets or exceeds all Bellcore GR-1244-CORE requirements, meaning it is able to deliver less than 10 ppb total frequency change in holdover mode for a period of 24 hours.
* A fully Bellcore compatible GR303 family of interfaces allowing for direct connection to the leading manufacturers of Class 5 telephone switches, DMS 100, DMS 10, 5 ESS and soon-to-follow releases for the GTD 5 and EWSD type installations.