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Operator

One who holds the working or operating rights in a gas or oil activity and is obligated for the costs of development and production.
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By giving customers the opportunity to try the product first, network operators can overcome the resistance to adopting wireless data.
Network operators are concerned that as a renewed focus on return-on-investment (ROI) emerges, ISPs are finding themselves in a very difficult position when it comes to infrastructure security, botnets in particular.
Our ultimate goal is to provide actionable elements to the survey results that network operators can apply to their network security programs immediately.
In addition to the tier-1 ISPs, large content and hosting providers, and a broad cross-section of tier-2 networks included in the survey, a large number of "hybrid" network operators were surveyed as well.
The Company's expanded portfolio, which now includes multiservice cross-connects, multiservice access platforms and base station access gateway solutions, enables network operators to cost-efficiently optimize service bandwidth, streamline network operations, and deploy new services while improving performance and reliability.
As fixed line and mobile networks evolve to support a growing number of dynamic broadband services and applications, network operators will require new levels of efficiency, agility, and scalability from network access points to the optical core," said Daniel E.
The solution automates what is currently a manual monitoring process by providing network operators with real-time system performance alerts.
This provides an innovative integrated service package for the subscriber and completely new commercial packages for network operators and content providers.
As a result, MileGate 2500 allows network operators to combine existing with new telecommunications services, such as for example IPTV (television via IP) or video on demand.

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