differentiated services


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differentiated services

Offerings that can be classified by type, or quality, of service. For example, a differentiated services network could prioritize real-time traffic for a higher fee.
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These technologies and applications are currently available and can be accessed today or can be developed that enhance this type of differentiated service. One of the differentiated services the rural telco can provide by virtue of its market familiarity and geographic proximity is training and support for this demographic.
The company's production-ready innovation enables content and service providers to efficiently create, prepare, and deliver differentiated services for television and new media video platforms.
Symantec Data Protection Specialization recognises partners with a proven expertise in Symantec's NetBackup and Backup Exec product ranges, including the latest NetBackup 5220 Appliances and ensures they have the skills and experience required to deliver differentiated services to customers.
Therefore, we at Gulfnet strive to provide differentiated services and work very hard to secure and maintain strong partnerships with our valued customers by providing them with unique high quality services," added Qasem.
The conference, which will be held from 25-26 October at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, will see AECOM look at how an integrated service management approach can help educational establishments take advantage of new opportunities in asset management by having the right tools and skills needed to design, deliver and manage differentiated services over a dynamic infrastructure.
GOL will now begin carrying out the plan developed for VRG, which will operate with its own brand (VARIG) and differentiated services, while incorporating the low-cost business model from GOL Transportes Aereos S.A.
Furthermore, the addition of new QoS features, including support for differentiated services for IP, allow the units to optimise and prioritise real-time applications such as voice and video, the company claims.
The final chapter compares several design options for implementing QoS in a MPLS network backbone, including differentiated services (DiffServ).
These solutions perform high-speed search operations on routing, ACL and security databases and are ideal for packet classification, policy enforcement, IPv4 and IPv6 forwarding, MPLS searches, network security and QoS enforcement for differentiated services in core, edge, metro, campus and enterprise networking applications.
Differentiated services. At the University of Arizona, Network Operations Manager Terry Wimmer says, "The multiple hops around the country that most Internet services take before coming back to UA don't allow you all the connecting privileges you have on the UA campus." By including direct access to the campus network in the RFP (request for proposal) for Internet service providers, the university hopes to differentiate the negotiated service from those of other ISPs.
Outsourcers, even thought they are providing a "utility" service, will have to become more sophisticated and offer differentiated services to fulfill this desire.
Telecom New Zealand will deploy these products as the foundation for delivering new differentiated services to mobile users in New Zealand.

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