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1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.


1. See swap.
2. To move funds out of one mutual fund and into another mutual fund. See also telephone switching.
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D] is the set of sites where the switch equipments can be installed; these sites also will be called potential switch sites or backbone sites.
This combination of products enables Time Warner Telecom to deploy large switch sites, rapidly and cost-effectively, each capable of handling more than 100,000 telephone calls.
ISG) provides telecommunications through its wholly owned subsidiary TWT, which is a Tier 2 switch-based inter-exchange carrier that utilizes state-of-the-art digital and fiber optic facilities, including five Siemens Stromberg-Carlson DCO tandem switches located in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Houston with future switch sites projected in Miami, Denver, Washington D.
With excess capacity created by better bandwidth management, WSPs can use BROADway to enable wireline or broadband wireless voice and data services to new residential and business customers near cell, hub, and switch sites.
The final plans will be determined in the near future and switch sites will be installed over the next 120 days.
Keith was Head of Infrastructure Deployment at Orange, responsible for the design, roll out and integration of Orange's UK network for base stations, switch sites and data centres.
PACER International is at the forefront of the PCS market having project managed the construction of the first two PCS switch sites for American Personal Communications (APC) in the Washington, D.
Deploying highly scalable switch sites demands an interconnect solution that is designed to carriers' stringent requirements," said Hassan Ahmed, president and CEO, Sonus Networks.
Eight NEC NEAX" 61E ATM switches will be operational in the WilTel ATM network in late 1993; switch sites are located in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Denver, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington and New York.
The modern center will be a blended mix of data centers, telecom switch sites, call centers, general offices and hi-tech clients.