A standard defined by the GSM Association for general packet radio service (GPRS) roaming. The standard enables mobile Internet services to be accessed through an Internet Protocol network managed and operated by a third party. See GPRS.
GPRS Roaming eXchange, serving point of GPRS Roaming Network. Provides for routing, interconnecting and some additional services, such as DNS
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are services providing end-to-end native IP VPN solutions for GPRS roaming worldwide.
GPRS Roaming Exchange - An IP backbone network that connects GPRS networks around the world so whenever you roam with GPRS you use a common IP backbone There are several potential providers of GRX services, so they must have peering arrangements with each other to ensure GPRS roaming can take place.
GPRS Roaming Exchange. An IP-based network that allows routing of customer GPRS traffic between different operators.