NTAS


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NTAS

NT Advanced Server

NTAS

(NTAdvanced Server) The server version of Windows NT. See Windows NT.
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31) NTAS, Gordon Sweeney, NTRS 226, oral history interview, TS 337.
33) NTAS, Russell Beazley, NTRS 2265, photos Goulburn Island #21, Goulburn Island #23, and Milingimbi #4, for example.
34) 'Missions to Australian Aborigines: Constitution and Policy', May 1944, in NTAS, Church Missionary Society of Australia, North Australia Committee, NTRS 868, general records of the Angurugu Community.
Long, General Secretary of the Victorian Branch, 'Report on a recent visit to the Mission Stations at Groote Eylandt, Roper River, and Oenpelli', possibly 1938, in NTAS, Church Missionary Society of Australia, North Australia Committee, NTRS 873/P1, general mission and administration records, Darwin.
Also, by mechanically implementing all the cabling changes required for test equipment movement, NTAS eliminates the mistakes often associated with operators patching and unpatching cables as they insert and remove test equipment from the network.
According to their estimate, an NTAS solution would have yielded 75% less downtime and required only a fraction of the staff time.
NTAS makes use of matrix switches to rapidly alter the positioning of test equipment within a network.
While the system described has the physical abilities for test equipment movement, centralized control software is needed to coordinate all of an NTAS system's efforts.
The NTAS Bulletin released today contributes to an informed public, and promotes their vigilance and awareness.
NTAS is comprised of the award-winning control software, PATHmaster, and Net-HOPPER's suite of matrix switches.
NTAS provides Spirent customers with a global solution, which offers significant competitive advantages, the best price/performance value in the industry and enables them to avoid the prohibitive cost of downtime on large, mission-critical networks.
Windows NTAS, and be guaranteed transparent cross platform object migration and distribution.