phonoscope


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pho·no·scope

 (fō′nə-skōp′)
n.
A device that produces a visible display of the mechanical properties of a sounding body, especially of musical instruments.

phonoscope

(ˈfəʊnəˌskəʊp)
n
(General Physics) a device that renders visible the vibrations of sound waves
Translations

pho·no·scope

n. fonoscopio, instrumento para registrar los sonidos del corazón.
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--Todd Alan Green, director of business development, Phonoscope Communications, Houston tgreen@phonoscope.com
The new network, the Houston Metropolitan Area Gigabit Internet Exchange, referred to as "MAGIE," utilizes Phonoscope Communications' Gigabit Ethernet MAN to provide faster delivery speeds for local customers when transmitting traffic between sites in the same city.
Each datacenter links to a company via a fibre channel network, which Storage Networks buys from national fiber companies such as Metromedia Fibre Networks, Level 3 and PhonoScope. Pricing for the service varies, according to how much capacity a business requires, the type and volume of content being stored and the service level agreements.
Phonoscope LIGHTWAVE offers a number of telecommunications services under the contract including standard or customized high-speed Internet, Ethernet Local Area Network (E-LAN), Dark Fiber, and Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions.
"Cy-Fair ISD's LAN is the largest of any Harris County public school network to date utilizing internal administrative, student, and teacher networking capabilities at all elementary, middle, and senior high campuses," says Lee Cook of Phonoscope. "Because the network is operational 24 hours a day year round, teachers and students can make everyday use of worldwide Internet connections, educational discussion groups, databases, software, and other information sources, such as Web sites of libraries and museums." Phonoscope recently completed a district-wide fiber-optic WAN for the La Porte ISD, just east of Houston, and was the first company in the U.S.