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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TURKEY.

TR

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Turkey. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Turkish bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Turkey. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Turkey. Each province has its own code with the prefix "TR." For example, the code for Ankara Province is ISO 3166-2:TR-06.
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High-speed Token Ring is a hybrid technology solution which draws upon existing, mature technologies such as Dedicated Token Ring, for which substantial interoperability testing has been completed.
The users guide, which includes the inputs of more than a dozen Token Ring experts representing nearly all major Token Ring suppliers, will provide vendor independent analysis and explanation of migration
Available in single or 100 packs for 4/16Mbps Token Ring or full-duplex Token Ring networks, the Madge RapidFire 3140 Low Profile PCI adapter will be available from February 2002.
connect subsidiary, is a global supplier of advanced networking product solutions to large enterprises, and is the market leader in Token Ring.
The Apple Token Ring NB/c Card requires one available Macintosh NuBus slot and an IEEE 802.
connect delivering next-generation solutions that enable all Token Ring customers to benefit from switching, Gigabit networking and integration with Ethernet whilst maintaining the business benefits of their Token Ring workgroups and other statements, which are not completely historical.
The DEC TRNcontroller 700 provides connection to 4 or 16 Mbps Token Ring networks using either 100 ohm UTP or 150 ohm STP cable systems.
connect has enabled us to upgrade our existing Token Ring network with ease - and thanks to the flexibility of their solution, our in-house MIS staff carried out the entire implementation to a tight schedule.
The Pocket Token Ring Adapter III connects portable and desktop PCs to a 16/4 Mbps Token-Ring network through the parallel port and supports EPP (Enhanced Parallel Port) data transfers for performance comparable to an 8-bit internal adapter.
The company was one of the first to deliver Token Ring adapters conforming to this new standard, while offering significantly better performance and more economical prices than IBM or other suppliers of compatible products.
Madge's UniDriver LSS7 also provides an easier way for companies to implement 100Mbps connectivity at the desktop as it supports Madge and Olicom branded 16/4 Token Ring adapter cards and Madge 100/16/4 adapters.