Of a chain letter transmission network, the largest group of habitual senders such that each member has received a chain letter from another member. CLEVO
Core Network refers to the discrete Ethernet segments up to the end station port of an Ethernet hub, the routing equipment attached to these ethernet segments and the wide area network (WAN) connections between the routing equipment.
The ultra high-speed national backbone carrying the aggregated traffic from all services from city to city, and within cities, to the edge of the network where individual access connections then carry the customer-specific traffic to the customer residence or premises.
a central network into which other networks feed
A combination of high-capacity switches and transmission facilities that form the backbone of a carrier or service provider network. End users gain access to the core of the network from the edge network.
The switching part of the UMTS network. It provides call control and performs mobility and high-level security functions such as location updating and authentication. Core network includes a radio access network, terminals and applications.
A set of gateways (routers) to a network system, which forms a central part of Internet routing. The Nildram core network is a mature high-speed international network with independent connections to Telehouse London, Telehouse New York and Newark, resilient 1Gb/s connectivity to LINX and 100Mb/s connectivity to the LoNAP peering points. Usage is constantly monitored and the network is maintained at a maximum of 50% capacity to ensure it develops in tandem with customer growth and technological development.
The physical network infrastructure to which the radio access network is connected in a mobile network.
Combination of switching offices and transmission plant connecting switching offices together. In the U.S. local exchange Core Networks are linked by several competing Interexchange networks; in the rest of the world (now) the Core Network extends to national boundaries.