SBCS


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SBCS

(character)
(IBM) single-byte character set.

A character set that uses 8 bits to represent a character.
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The majority of Ribbon's software and appliance-based SBCs are also certified for Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business outside of DoD deployments.
They export a major part of the SEBS they produce to countries in the Rest of Asia Pacific (with China being a prominent consumer of SEBS, along with overall SBCs) and to other regions.
All the school-age children registered in SBCS were included in the study.
Established in 2010, SolidRun is a global developer and manufacturer of powerful energy efficient System on Modules (SOMs), Single Board Computers (SBCs), Industrial PCs, edge devices and embedded systems.
Session Border Controller (SBC) ensures optimum network service quality while facilitating VoIP-based communication.
Steve Harris, EVP Unified Communications for Nuvias commented: "With AudioCodes' advanced SBCs and popular, intuitive handsets, we are now able to offer complete Skype for Business and BroadSoft solutions from a single vendor.
With this validation, these Sonus products now enable government and other regulated customers to utilise its SBCs to secure mission-critical communications.
By evolving to an adjunct transcoding architecture, where transcoding scales independently from other network elements, mobile operators can avoid forklift upgrades of legacy equipment and maximize the lifespan and ROI of the SBCs and Media Gateways deployed in their networks.
EBSA estimated in February that all 2.3 million employers that put out SBCs spend an average of only about 12 minutes creating the SBCs, and a total of only about $9.3 million on SBC-related costs other than employee time.
However, the success of the SBCS is likely to be dependent on SMEs referring late payment issues and disputes in the first place.
In each of these 25 states, Guttmacher examined marketplace plans currently available to an individual living in the state's most populous county--looking at SBCs and, when necessary and available, at additional documents offering more detailed lists of covered services and exclusions.
What the SBCs really bring to the enterprise is interoperability, which sometimes doesn't come easy.