self-healing network

self-healing network

A network architecture that can withstand a failure in its transmission paths. See SONET ring.
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Its latest assessment by the Pentagon praised the NIE process as a consistent way to test and plan for deployment, although overall stability and reliability of a self-forming, self-healing network is not expected before full operational capability of Increment 2, and may be pushed back to increment 3.
AT&T will provide Republic Services with Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) ring service, ensuring state-of-the-art, self-healing network architecture that protects critical applications from being disrupted or degraded in quality because of loss of signal or transmission impairment.
The self-healing network architecture, with NFPA Class A Style 7 network cabling, offers overall system reliability.
Such a self-healing network automatically reroutes the information, so the message gets through.
Should external cable lines be cut, the self-healing network assures that the service remains uninterrupted.
CloudGenixs SD-WAN is powered by CloudGenix AppFabric that enables a self-healing network built on machine learning, which ensures faster time to market and better response to business needs.
A prototype is in development at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., that replaces wired test instrumentation with a wireless, self-powered, self-organizing and self-healing network of sensor nodes, designed to be embedded and assembled into unmanned ground and aerial systems.
Self-forming and Self-healing Network. The HNW supports mobile ad hoc networking by automatically discovering and tracking moving nodes.
The other offering is Self-Healing Network Services, and IBM is an early customer for that service in its Boulder, Colo., facility.
The DWC-2000 offers self-organizing, self-optimizing and self-healing network capabilities to increase the stability of the entire wireless network.
According to Qwest, Scottrade added the Qwest Self-Healing Network Service (SHNS) under the expanded agreement, intended to minimise network downtime and providing a failure-resistant telecommunications network.