hybrid network


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hybrid network

[′hī·brəd ′net‚wərk]
(communications)
Nonhomogeneous communications network required to operate with signals of dissimilar characteristics (such as analog and digital modes).

hybrid network

(1) A communications network comprising public and private transports; for example, FiOS or cable (public) and T3 lines (private). See SD-WAN, FiOS, cable Internet and T3.

(2) A network comprising equipment from different vendors.
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