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Lan

A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 1.8288 meters.

LAN

see LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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Release 3 of both the Tropos Sphere network operating system and the Tropos Control element manager contain important new functionality, further establishing Tropos as the industry standard for metro-scale Wi-Fi, with the best network scalability, manageability and ease of use in the business," said Ron Sege, President and CEO of Tropos Networks.
Ubicom's advanced development environment including simple, intuitive tools, patented network operating system functions, and patent-pending software I/O technology accelerate product delivery.

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