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NGN

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Nigerian Naira.

NGN

ISO 4217 code for the Nigerian naira. It was introduced in 1973, replacing the Nigerian pound. It has been marked by relatively high (though not excessive) inflation. The Central Bank of Nigeria restricts the convertibility of the naira.
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Nortel has a leading position in Ethernet, wireless, and optical next generation networks (NGNs).
Verso is a global provider of Next Generation Network solutions offering a core-to-edge product portfolio primarily for telecommunications service providers.
In addition to local support, Next Generation Networks provides installation and commissioning, product training, network design and testing consultancy and network management integration support to Digiweb.
Follows developments in operations support systems standards and links these to next generation networks.
This generation of ATCA systems from Continuous Computing features the right balance of size, one gigabit switching, and multi-core computing all integrated and tested for rapid deployment in next generation networks," said Mike Dagenais, chief executive officer of Continuous Computing.
The related technologies and products on show are aimed at providing totally seamless communications systems for Next Generation Networks (NGN).
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Next Generation Networks (NGN), VoIP (internet telephony), cheaper calls, new IT applications, voice, data and video convergence, VPN, IP networks.
In addition to the existing frequency distribution requirements, emerging time transfer technologies used for time stamping and time of day distribution will play an important role in measuring and supporting performance objectives related to real time services delivered over next generation networks.
The Convergin Accolade solution extends SCIM beyond the IMS domain, allowing convergence between legacy and next generation networks, as well as wireless and wireline networks.
Each year, SynCan attracts representatives of Canada's leading telecom service providers, cable companies and utility companies, with applications-oriented technical tutorials on topics related to time and frequency synchronization, standards such as Universal Timing Interface (UTI), Network Time Protocol (NTP) and IEEE 1588, and how these impact the performance and quality for service of next generation networks.
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