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Synonyms for gatekeeper

someone who controls access to something

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Gateways, gatekeepers, softswitches, and session border controllers from more than 20 vendors have been DirectVoIP Certified following testing in iBasis' interoperability labs and are being used in international traffic exchange over the iBasis Network today.
The Information Gatekeepers Group, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, is an internationally recognized publisher, trade show organizer, consultancy and information service provider in the fields of fiber optics, optical networks, WDM, ADSL, ATM, Internet, high-speed Local Area Networks (LANs), Integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDN), wireless, telecommunications, and the emerging telecom markets, such as China, Brazil, India, South America, Mexico, Asia-Pacific and Russia.
Video-based conferencing infrastructure products - MCUs, gateways, and gatekeepers - are forecast to grow to a market size of over $400 million in 2006 with IP gatekeepers having the highest growth rate of any product category.
In addition, Elthe's Gatekeepers are scalable and affordable enabling next-generation carriers and service providers across IP-based platforms.
Checking passes at the gates by the gatekeepers and customs police is no longer necessary since the documents are scrutinized before cargoes are released, he said.
This article will focus primarily on the role and influence of gatekeepers in formal and organisational settings and explore pragmatic methods to improve understanding and facilitation of this process.
Two additional gatekeepers are lower-level managers who have proved that they know who is worth seeing and who isn't.
The discovery of the gatekeeper cells, which are part of a memory network together with several other nerve cells in the hippocampus, reveal new fundamental knowledge about learning and memory.
You will stand a better chance of getting through gatekeepers if you let them help you and avoid sounding like a typical salesperson.
This exercise reinforces Coffee's fundamental conclusion that reform is needed--and that the reform must be something beyond just changing the rules by which existing gatekeepers operate and the applicable liabilities when the rules are violated.
But there is even more at stake, Jamie learns, as in a dream world he meets the other Gatekeepers and prepares to do battle with them against the Old Ones.
Building on the Cisco CVoice course, this guide describes advanced deployment options for Cisco IOS-based voice gateways and gatekeepers for voice over IP (VoIP) networks.
In marketing terms, pharmacists are gatekeepers, pivotal influencers of customer buying decisions for OTC products.
The requirement of many managed care health plans that enrollees use gatekeepers has been considered essential for cost-containment, but there has been concern that gatekeepers unnecessarily restrict access to specialists, ration care, and strain the patient-provider relationship (Ferris et al.