core gateway

core gateway

Historically, one of a set of gateways (routers) operated by the Internet Network Operations Center at Bolt, Beranek and Newman (BBN). The core gateway system formed a central part of Internet routing in that all groups must advertise paths to their networks from a core gateway.
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Karlo takes selfie with students of Core Gateway College
"Foreign investors, increasingly priced out of core gateway markets, are turning to the higher-yielding markets such as Atlanta; Austin [Texas]; Dallas; and Phoenix," the report said.
USB has two T-1s for Perimeter's core gateway service and a third T-1 connected to its backup network hub site.
The Birmingham Alliance says that Martineau Galleries has the potential to act as a core gateway to the Eastside district and the proposed new developments at Masshouse, Millennium Point and the new Library of Birmingham.
Core gateway centers are located in Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London and Paris, plus 15 tier-one markets in the United States.
Office investment volume market share for the core gateway markets increased to 60 percent as of the third quarter, versus a longer-term average of 51 percent.
vBSC for 2G, vRNC for 3G, small cell and core gateways for 4G) to lower the cost of RAN through simplification and automation of ALL G networks.