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 :::TNS - Voice System Demarcation Points:::
The Horizontal Demarc (the portion of the telecommunications cabling system that extends from the telecommunications outlet/wall plate to the cross-connect in the telecommunications room) is the point at which the customer-owned equipment interfaces with the TNS-provided horizontal cable.
Telecommunications and Networking Services (TNS) voice system demarcation point (Demarc) will be located in the telecommunications room closest to building cable entrance.
In buildings that use universal jack panels, the rack mounted patch panel in the Telecommunications Room is the demarcation point.
tns.its.psu.edu /policies/VoiceDemarc.html   (383 words)

  
 EqLCCmpDesc.jsp?Product_Symbol=TWW
The company's Internet exchange point facilities, or IXs, are located in Miami, FL, Santa Clara, CA, Madrid, Spain and Sao Paulo, Brazil, and allow networks to interconnect and exchange Internet and telecommunications traffic.
The company's Exchange Point Service Platform is designed to allow its customers to connect their networks and equipment with those of others in a flexible and cost-effective manner.
Internet Exchanges, or IXs, are locations where two or more networks meet to interconnect and exchange Internet and data traffic (data, voice, images, video and all forms of digital telecommunications).
www.amex.com /equities/listCmp/EqLCCmpDesc.jsp?Product_Symbol=TWW   (355 words)

  
 Telecom Books
For those new to the industry, the books provides a good starting point.
Desktop Encyclopedia of Telecommunications (Muller): Offering more detail than a dictionary, but not as technical as many handbooks, this book provides 250 entries covering the major topics in telecommunications in understandable terms.
The Essential Guide to Telecommunications (Dodd): This book provides an excellent overview of the telecommunications industry.
www.itquotes.com /resources/books/telecom_books/telecom_books.htm   (192 words)

  
 Shaw Pittman > News & Resources > FCC Order on Building Access
The FCC maintains separate regulatory schemes for telecommunications demarcation points and telecommunications inside wiring and cable demarcation points and cable inside wiring.
A demarcation point marks the end of the incumbent LEC’s ownership of wiring and the beginning of the premises owner’s ownership and control of telecommunications wiring.
The demarcation point marks the point at which wiring under the control of the incumbent LEC ends and wiring under the control of the property owner or subscriber begins.
www.shawpittman.com /home/news.nsf/news-publications-all/FDC7D8BED00ACDF885256F3B004A13CD?OpenDocument   (3059 words)

  
 SCTE Cable Acronyms - Broadband Week Online
Secondary Audio Program, Service Access Point, Service Advertisement Protocol
International Telecommunications Union - Transmission, or International Telecommunications Union - Telecommunications
Signaling Connection Control Part of the SS7 protocol
www.broadbandweek.com /directory/scte_acronym.htm   (469 words)

  
 Commscope Official Website
VASP Value-Added Service Provider, Virtual Analog Switching Point
ITU-T International Telecommunications Union – Transmission, or International Telecommunications Union - Telecommunications
www.commscope.com /html/glossary_acronyms.shtml   (578 words)

  
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VASP Value-Added Service Provider, Virtual Analog Switching Point
ITU-T International Telecommunications Union – Transmission, or International Telecommunications Union - Telecommunications
thasniyanoushad.8k.com   (572 words)

  
 The Association of the Bar of the City of New York
In multiunit properties wired before August 13, 1990, the Commission permitted the incumbent telecommunications carrier to choose the demarcation point, provided the decision was based on the carrier's reasonable and non-discriminatory standard operating practices.
The Reconsideration Order clarified the "demarcation point" in multitenant properties, i.e., the point at which ownership and maintenance responsibilities for telecommunications transmission facilities (including the wiring) passes from the service provider to the building owner.
For instance, the demarcation point in a building may be a switch room in the basement, or a wire closet located on each floor of the building, or even at the individual customers' premises.
www.abcny.org /RealEstate/Articles/TelecommunicationsIssues.htm   (1848 words)

  
 U-Net Internet - Peering Policy
Each party shall bear its own costs of connection to the peering point and shall agree apportionment of costs should any direct connections take place prior to connection whether taking place at the peering point or by separate telecommunications services.
connections not at Internet Exchange points) with other ISP's and is pleased to consider this subject to agreement on sharing telecommunications costs.
Peering may be suspended should the other party be causing network problems to U-NET however caused and will only be reinstated once U-NET are confident problems are permanently resolved.
www.u-net.net /about/peering.htm   (273 words)

  
 U-Net Internet - Peering Policy
Each party shall bear its own costs of connection to the peering point and shall agree apportionment of costs should any direct connections take place prior to connection whether taking place at the peering point or by separate telecommunications services.
connections not at Internet Exchange points) with other ISP's and is pleased to consider this subject to agreement on sharing telecommunications costs.
Peering may be suspended should the other party be causing network problems to U-NET however caused and will only be reinstated once U-NET are confident problems are permanently resolved.
www.u-net.net /about/peering.htm   (273 words)

  
 Jamaica Network Access Point Launched - Jamaica Information Service
The Caribbean's first network access facility, the Jamaica Network Access Point (JNAP), was officially launched on March 2 to offer a wide range of solutions for corporate data and telecommunications networking needs.
Pointing to the need for Jamaica to embrace the digital age, the Commerce Minister noted that the intensity of global competition and capital transfer were driven largely by ease of access and the speed of doing business in a networked world.
"In this new economy, computers and telecommunications and the use of the Internet have revolutionised communication systems, access to business information and decision making," the Minister observed.
www.jis.gov.jm /commerce_science/html/20040304t090000-0500_1905_jis_jamaica_network_access_point_launched.asp   (713 words)

  
 Georgia Colleges and Universities - Academic Info
In as little as three years, you can earn a four year degree in high-demand fields like: * Computer Information Systems * Computer Technology * Business Administration * Telecommunications Management * Technical Management * Electronics Engineering Technology * Computer Engineering Technology.
In as little as three years, you can earn a four year degree in high-demand fields like: * Computer Information Systems * Computer Technology * Business Administration * Telecommunications Management * Technical Management * Electronics Engineering Technology * Computer Engineering Technology."
Thats why we offer online, evening and weekend classes in all of our masters degree programs, which include Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Project Management, Public Administration and Telecom Management.
www.academicinfo.net /studentcollegesga.html   (713 words)

  
 Order Declining to Set Aside or to Refer Back to the CRTC a Decision Respecting Viking Cable T.V. Limited
Whereas the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission rendered Decision CRTC 87-344 on May 11, 1987 approving the application of Viking Cable T.V. Limited for an amendment to its broadcasting licence to change its licensed area by including Greenville, Tusket, Hubbards Point, Amiraults Hill, Sluice Point, Surettes Island and Morris Island in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia;
And Whereas, the Governor in Council, having considered the petitions, is of the opinion that it is not in the public interest to set aside or refer back to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission for reconsideration and hearing by the Commission the said Decision CRTC 87-344;
laws.justice.gc.ca /en/b-9.01/SI-87-143/text.html   (240 words)

  
 Town of West Point, Wisconsin
The Town of West Point Comprehensive Planning Committee is seeking feedback from town citizens regarding telecommunications towers, such as cell phones.
The Town of West Point has had a number of inquires in regards to donating either individually or in memorial.
West Point Area Historical Sociey on December 6, 2005 from 7:00 p.m.
www.townofwestpoint.us   (240 words)

  
 Start Point, LLC (804) 306-8660
Start Point LLC provides consulting and contracting to the telecommunications industry.
Start Point prides itself on its ability to step in as a member of an existing staff, ready to offer support in many capacities, or operate as an independent team charged with developing and implementing time proven solutions.
Start Point contracting is a highly trained construction team able to meet many of our customers’ construction needs.
www.startpointllc.com   (240 words)

  
 costsharing.doc
This arises, because of the imbalance in size of the peering networks where directly connected customers carried by a large commercial ISP generally originates from a much larger geographical serving area and there is a significant cost in carrying that traffic across such a network to the peering point with a smaller ISP.
However, if one of the networks in a peering relationship connects to other networks at other peering points, then the network without similar connections would be able to automatically "transit" traffic across the network it is peering with to reach those other networks as shown in slide 5.
Transit and peering traffic to North America, particularly to the United States, is a larger percentage of their overall traffic profile and as such, smaller commercial ISPs have a higher cost structure, compared to their counterparts in the United States, and this assumes that all else is equal in terms of domestic telecommunication costs.
www.canarie.ca /canet4_f/library_f/general/costsharing.doc   (2039 words)

  
 Recommendation for Item 08 on Agenda for February 03, 2004 of the Florida Public Service Commission
The Navy and BellSouth determined these goals can be best met by obtaining a single demarcation point of the telecommunications facilities used to provide services to the nonresidential areas of the base.
The establishment of a single demarcation point for the entire facility requires a waiver of Rule 25-4.035(1)(b), which normally requires BellSouth to control outside plant up to each individuals premises.
(b) "Demarcation Point." The point of physical interconnection (connecting block, terminal strip, jack, protector, optical network interface, or remote isolation device) between the telephone network and the customer's premises wiring.
www.psc.state.fl.us /agendas/04020308.html   (908 words)

  
 Transmission level point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In a telecommunications system, a transmission level point (TLP) is a test point, i.e., a point where a signal may be inserted or measured, and for which the nominal power of a test signal is specified.
In practice, the abbreviation TLP is usually used, and it is modified by the nominal level for the point in question.
Voice-channel transmission levels, i.e TLPs, are usually specified for a frequency of approximately 1000 Hz.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Transmission_level_point   (195 words)

  
 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The: New faces ready to join Fox Point board
Each candidate points to his or her involvement in civic affairs as credentials for the board seats.
That resulted in the closing of the volunteer fire department stations in River Hills and Bayside, and an agreement was made that Fox Point's station would be abandoned after a new station was built somewhere closer to Bayside.
Sproat points to his experience on the board, noting that only Garmer has served longer.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qn4196/is_200203/ai_n10776068   (974 words)

  
 Control Point Solutions Telecom Expense Management - Telecom Audit, Call Accounting, Telecom Invoice Processing
Utilizing the most comprehensive telecommunications expense management solutions in the marketplace today, Control Point Solutions employs a combination of proven processes, enterprise class software, methodologies, and telecom domain expertise, delivering a solution that generates significant telecom invoice cost savings and operational efficiencies.
By delivering flexible end-to-end Telecom Expense Management solutions globally, and integrating telecom audit, call accounting, telecom invoice processing, strategic sourcing, and contract negotiation into a seamless telecommunication management process, Control Point Solutions enables clients to achieve their business and financial objectives as it relates to reducing overall telecom cost.
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www.controlpointsolutions.com   (167 words)

  
 Business Wire: Dataplex International to Offer "Peering by PAI... @ HighBeam Research
Today, the majority of Hungary's domestic ISPs are connected at the BIX, which operates as a non-profit peering point.
PAIX was the original carrier-neutral Internet exchange point to deliver comprehensive peering solutions.
Moreover, MFN's comprehensive managed services enable companies to create a world-class Internet presence, optimize complex sites and private optical networks, and transform legacy applications, all with a single point of contact.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:82484551&refid=holomed_1   (1117 words)

  
 Network access point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Network Access Point ("NAP") is the original term for the data communications facilities built in the early days of the Internet to provide on-ramp access to higher-speed Internet links (which were typically transcontinental or intercontinental in extent).
Also known as Internet Exchange Points ("IXPs"), these facilities in their modern role are an essential component of the global telecommunications and Internet infrastructure.
More than one region might connect to the backbone network at the same NAP.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Network_access_point   (280 words)

  
 Town of West Point, Wisconsin
The Town of West Point Comprehensive Planning Committee is seeking feedback from town citizens regarding telecommunications towers, such as cell phones.
West Point Area Historical Sociey on December 6, 2005 from 7:00 p.m.
The Town of West Point has had a number of inquires in regards to donating either individually or in memorial.
www.townofwestpoint.us   (380 words)

  
 Point-to-point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Point-to-Point is also a form of horse race in which the riders race from a start point to a finish point, with no restrictions on the route taken between them.
In hubs and switches, a hub provides a point-to-multipoint (or simply multipoint) circuit which divides the total bandwidth supplied by the hub among each connected client node.
A switch on the other hand provides a series of point-to-point circuits, via microsegmentation, which allows each client node to have a dedicated circuit and the added advantage of having full-duplex connections.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Point-to-point   (245 words)

  
 Business Week
An earlier attempt in December 2000 by local ISPs to put up an exchange point came to nought when the facility was shut down by CCK on the strength of opposition from State telecommunications monopoly Telkom Kenya.
CCK later argued that the Internet point had to be operated by a firm and that the applicants had to go through the bureaucracy of seeking a licence.
An Internet point operates like a clearing house, enabling ISPs to exchange local traffic without having to rely on expensive international links.
nationaudio.com /News/DailyNation/Supplements/bw/26022002/story7.htm   (329 words)

  
 Southern Business and Development
The Jacksonville Port Authority will pay up to $500,000 to build a public road giving public access to Dames Point Park while its new terminal goes up.
Dames Point Park is a three-acre parcel located beneath the Dames Point Bridge.
The Jacksonville Port Authority's plans for the land surrounding the point include construction of the Dames Point Marine Terminal, which calls for closing August Drive, the area's only public access road.
www.sb-d.com /issues/spring2001/newsites/index.asp   (1285 words)

  
 Property in Montana
Montana is a pro-business state, with programs and incentives designed to make it easier to start and grow a successful business.
Local governments provide direct services and work with entrepreneurs to help get their ventures started in the least amount of time.
The state also boasts state-of-the-art telecommunications, promoting economic development and business growth at the community level.
www.realestateground.com /city/property/montana.html   (214 words)

  
 Intelligent Network
The SCP is based on a commercial reliable computer platform which meets the downtime specifications typical of telecommunications networks, including the capability to add processing power or change the software without interrupting service.
The SCP is essentially a data base server which responds to the SSP by sending the instructions for completing the call.
As traffic grows in a network, each SCP can be grown to a capacity of around 1,000,000 BHCA with an average response time of less than 300 ms.
penta.ufrgs.br /tmn/scp.html   (214 words)

  
 Department of the Navy, United States Marine Corps, Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina and Professional Airways Systems Specialists, Case No. 95 FSIP 25 FLRAfsip
The data/information processing activities at MCAS Cherry Point are located in the Telecommunications and Information Systems Directorate (TISD), also referred to as G6.
At MCAS Cherry Point, at the point at which former G6 employees will be subject to reduction-in-force, the employees will have left the Marine Corps and the PASS bargaining unit.
His explanation is that the original understanding was that MCAS Cherry Point positions would go directly to the Jacksonville megacenter where the information/date processing function already exists, the latter fact negating a transfer of function.
www.flra.gov /fsip/finalact/95fs_025.html   (8077 words)

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