Ebone


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Ebone

A large system of data routes and networks that became Europe's leading broadband provider during the 1990s. It operated between 1992 and 2002 when its owner company declared bankruptcy following the burst of the dot-com bubble.
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Power consumption Chassis and route processor Edge router 220 W Core router 400 W Line Cards Fast Ethernet 26 W OC-12 622.08 Mbps 18 W Gigabit Ethernet 30 W OC-48 2.488 Gbps 70 W TABLE 2: Number and percentage of switched off nodes, power consumption saving and relative percentage, and number of LSPs rerouted are reported for the EBONE network in the case of traffic reduction [gamma] from 0 to 80%.
Ebone will market both a color collection and a clarifying skin care system.
Data communications and hosting company KPNQwest has completed the acquisition of the Ebone and Central Europe businesses of Global TeleSystems Inc.
The enhancement provides enough capacity to connect over 150,000 simultaneous users to Ebone's IP backbone in Poland at very high broadband speeds, the company says.
In almost all cases Ebone needs to lease a fibre optic cable from a former telecoms monopoly to bridge the final kilometres between its long-distance network and a corporate client.
Finally realizing that there are distinct customers--one who buys expensive makeup and one who doesn't--Johnson Publishing introduced Ebone, a mass-market brand of cosmetics.
An IP network from broadband IP and optical networking company Ebone is being used by data and voice services provider Gains International to provide communication services to its financial customers in Luxemburg.
The optical and IP network services provider Ebone has streamed what it claims was the world's first live pay-per-view concert.
Even those who claim to have seen the late lamented king of rock in Tescos will surely agree there is not much chance of Venus Ebone Starr Williams fulfilling her bizarre ambition of having dinner with Elvis Presley.
In October, the company introduced "Ebone," a new line of cosmetics for women of color targeted for the mass market.
Among the most exciting news from JPCs cosmetics division, however, is the introduction of a new line of cosmetics, Ebone, into the mass market.