IAD


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IAD

A dynamic analyser from IBM giving information on run-time performance and code use.

IAD

(1) (Internet Addiction Disorder) See Internet addiction.

(2) (iAd) An advertisement system from Apple for its iDevices. Typically used within free applications, developers code their apps to display the ad. If available from Apple at the time the app is open, an iAd is delivered, and a royalty is credited to the app developer's account. iAd Producer is Mac software for designing iAds, and iAd Workbench is Apple's system for setting up and managing a targeted iAd campaign.

(3) (Integrated Access Device) A device that multiplexes a variety of communications technologies in the customer's premises onto a single telephone line for transmission to the carrier. It also demultiplexes the incoming streams into their respective channels. Devices supporting various combinations (analog voice, DSL, ISDN, T1, etc.) are available. The term often refers to a device that deals only with DSL, mixing both voice and data over the DSL line. See VoDSL.
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SmartNode 4990 PRI/T1/E1 VoIP IAD supports 15 to 120 calls
The PG-FlexPlus Edge RAM and the PG-FlexPlus Edge IAD feature environmentally hardened enclosures and line powering for the ultimate in reliability and flexibility of deployment in the outside plant.
With processing power increasing exponentially, the impact of the "soft" IAD on the PC's performance becomes virtually negligible.
For more information about the Comtrend CT-6382T IAD for residential or business use, visit the company's Web site at www.
The NetEngine 7200P, a T1/E1 IAD, and the 7500P, an SHDSL IAD, feature up to 31 ports of toll quality voice support via a DSX-1/PRI interface, a 10/100 BaseT interface for high-speed data connections, and a Universal Serial Interface (USI) for connectivity to most industry-leading routers.
However, given the strength of IAD's primary service area and the fact that all but four of the markets served by Independence Air are served by existing carriers at IAD, Fitch believes that a gradual transference of existing Independence Air passenger volumes to these other airlines combined with the financial conservatism of management in transacting with and planning for bankrupt and or liquidating carriers, should minimize the operating and fiscal pressures resulting from Independence Air's demise.
ICET's Integral xDSL IAD family features a robust solution for integration of data and voice using xDSL over ATM networks and offering a modular solution to support different WAN, LAN and voice configurations.
It's very exciting to see Polycom, the leader in the Voice over DSL IAD market, enter the channelized T1 space," said Teresa Mastrangelo, senior analyst of research firm RHK.
This second generation 16-POTS port IAD delivers a superior, cost-effective solution to service providers rolling out bundled voice and data services.
Offsetting the moderate airline concentration risk is the strong origination and destination (O&D) profile of traffic at both IAD (70%) and DCA (87%), favorable demographic trends within the service areas of both airports, and an overall competitive cost and debt profile.
In September, Jetstream announced the Jetstream IAD 802.