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Synonyms for interconnect

be interwoven or interconnected

cause to be interconnected or interwoven


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Equinix, the global interconnection and data center company, today announced that it will open five new International Business Exchange (IBX) data centers on four continents to create more capacity for global companies to connect to their partners, customers and employees.
6 million, respectively, to expand an electric interconnection between Colombia and Ecuador The interconnection of the countries' power grids has provided limited support for demand on both sides of the border since 1998.
The document then presents a life-cycle approach for system interconnections, with an emphasis on security.
Turkcell (NYSE: TKC; ISE: TCELL) today announced an update on Turk Telekom's claims regarding the interconnection fee structure contained in the Interconnection Agreement signed between Turkcell and Turk Telekom on April 24, 1998.
From a theoretical point of view, then, natural selection can only generate high levels of fitness under a relatively narrow range of circumstances - not too much or too little mutation, too many or too few interconnections.
There are 24 European interconnections that do not exhibit any consistent relationship (no statistical correlation) between interconnection capacity volume and capacity prices.
WASHINGTON, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Interconnection represents a significant expenditure for the wireless industry, amounting to approximately $936 million in 1995 according to MTA-EMCI's estimates.
Teleport Communications Group (TCG) announced today it has filed formal complaints with both the Illinois Commerce Commission and the Washington State Utilities and Transportation Commission respectively, against Ameritech and US West for their refusal to provide effective network interconnection for TCG.
An added benefit to working with common industry interconnections is that interoperability with common components is assured -- an advantage when working with OEMs.
today signed a letter of intent with Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) in Mexico City to undertake in-depth engineering studies and begin formal negotiations related to the possible construction of a high-voltage, direct-current (HVDC) interconnection between the two utility systems.
As a neutral facility operator, CRG West can help facilitate rapid interconnections between customers and tenants, without the burden of bureaucratic and lengthy provisioning cycles.
The other two interconnections are at Paulding and Lebanon, Ohio.
It is now more scaleable; with core LD infrastructure traffic more seamlessly integrated, fewer protocol conversions needed, and now provides interconnections to both SIP and H.
Today, Telekervet has interconnections with 8 carriers and plans to have a total of 19 carriers in its IVPN network during 1993.
Band-X -- the worldwide provider of managed voice services for the telecommunications industry, based in the UK -- and NexTone Communications(R) -- the leader in scalable session management of real-time IP services such as voice over IP (VoIP) -- today announced that Band-X has deployed NexTone's Multiprotocol Session Controller (MSC) as a critical part of Band-X's strategy to expand its VoIP services portfolio and to support the growing number of carriers to which it provides VoIP interconnections.
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