private line

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Words related to private line

a telephone line serving a single subscriber

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Dedicated Lines: A dedicated line is a telecommunications path between two points that is available 24 hours a day for use by a designated user (individual or company).
Dedicated line connection improves security and accelerates response times
Effective September 2006, UNC-CH's internal liquidity will be supplemented by a $300 million dedicated line of credit, which may be increased to $400 million.
These upgrades include an automated line for blast and paint operations, new cells for component disassembly and refurbishing, new overhead cranes and a dedicated line for vehicle tear down.
NTTPC offers a vast lineup of business-oriented Internet services from highly reliable dedicated line access to fixed IP addresses for broadband and mobile access, as well as the CUNets Plus Talk voice service.
The addition of this in-house dedicated line will also reduce inefficiencies by eliminating interruptions to the high volume production lines at WNC.
With dedicated line service support and superior network management applications, the NLite 155 provides high quality service for all types of networks incorporating SONET and SDH.
The facility upgrades include installation of an automated line for blast and paint operations, new cells for component disassembly and refurbishing, new overhead cranes and a dedicated line for vehicle teardown.
Most T1/E1 aggregators are specialized and require a dedicated line card to support individual services such as traditional TDM using CES or MLPPP over ATM T1/E1 circuits.
Dacom has been at the forefront of the industry by providing: high quality dedicated line services to businesses; Chollian, the country's first information and communications service; also, the most reliable Internet connections to businesses in the Asia Pacific region.
Automated Call Distribution (ACD) and Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) remain based in Guyancourt but are linked to the Guyancourt site by a high-speed, two megabits dedicated line.
Dedicated lines cost more initially and reduce throughput somewhat, but they avoid line clogs and ensure more reliable operation.
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