datacomms

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datacomms

(ˈdeɪtəˌkɒmz)
n
the transmission of data along communications systems
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All four of Datacoms data centres will deliver Tier-3 aligned business outcomes.
Datacom Data Centres Director, Tom Jacob said, This is the most significant upgrade of Datacoms data centres since they were built, and a direct response to insatiable demand from our customers.
The move to Wynyard Quarter is about producing a truly modern, collaborative workplace, focused around Datacoms people and their capacity to grow customer relationships, said Vernon Kay, Director, Datacom Systems Auckland.
Where Datacoms previous offices were at capacity and ageing, the new building caters for continued growth and has capacity to accommodate more than 1,500 people in a more dynamic environment.
The contract for T-Mobil's core network implementation fully draws on Ericsson's GPRS architecture that combines robust telecoms and reliable datacoms as well as adds further mobility to IP services.
This packet-switched datacom technology will enable T-Mobil to offer wireless Internet and other IP-based services at speeds up to 115 kbps - a more than tenfold increase of the current network speeds.
They are upgraded to the open architecture AXE which provides them with a state-of-the-art telecommunications network and enables them to cooperate with the datacoms and Internet networks," says Dick Frid, Program Manager at Ericsson Infocom Systems, Public Networks.
Ericsson's AXE provides an open architecture that supports all fixed and wireless telecoms, datacoms and interactive services.
6m, reinforcing Datacoms ongoing work to standardise and rapidly enhance all infrastructure, security and business services to support coordinated Australia and New Zealand growth.
Datacom continues an investment programme of operational expenditure into business enhancement and the evolution of new products and services, predominantly in Datacoms own intellectual property and vertical markets specialisation.
Commercial GPRS service will be available from SmarTone during the year 2000, giving SmarTone's mobile consumers fast access to datacom and Internet services.
Ericsson is the leading provider in the new telecoms world, with communications solutions that combine telecom and datacom technologies with freedom of mobility for the user.