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Synonyms for cap

Synonyms for cap

to put a topping on

to extend over the surface of

to reach or bring to a climax

Synonyms for cap

a top (as for a bottle)

a mechanical or electrical explosive device or a small amount of explosive

a fruiting structure resembling an umbrella or a cone that forms the top of a stalked fleshy fungus such as a mushroom

a protective covering that is part of a plant

an upper limit on what is allowed

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(dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth

the upper part of a column that supports the entablature

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lie at the top of

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restrict the number or amount of

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Axerra's AXN Pseudo-Wire Gateways and Access Devices(TM) enable mobile wireless operators, cable MSOs, competitive access providers, and incumbent carriers to extend IP + legacy data and voice services in native format over Ethernet, IP, and MPLS networks.
Axerra's Pseudo-Wires also enable incumbent and competitive access providers to extend traditional services in native format over Carrier Ethernet, IP, and MPLS networks.
Axerra's Pseudo-Wire Gateways and Access Devices(TM) enable incumbent carriers, mobile wireless operators, cable MSOs, and competitive access providers to extend IP + legacy data & voice services in native format over Ethernet, IP, and MPLS networks.
Axerra Networks' family of AXN Pseudo-Wire Gateways and Access Devices enable mobile wireless providers to use packet access networks as a cost-saving, full-service alternative to T1/E1 backhaul in Radio Access Networks; they enable cable MSOs to enter the lucrative commercial services market with a full range of services; and they enable incumbent and competitive access providers to extend IP and legacy voice plus data services in native format over Carrier Ethernet, IP, and MPLS networks, without stranding legacy service revenue.
Large enterprises and telephone service providers -- including local and inter-exchange carriers, Internet service providers (ISPs), cable companies or competitive access providers -- can use it to offer a cost-effective alternative to long-distance calling over the public switched telephone network or to offer new voice services to their customers.