WR

(redirected from Wavelength Router)
AcronymDefinition
WRWide Receiver (football)
WRWashington Redskins
WRWrite
WRWorld Record
WRWide Range
WRWorcester (postcode, United Kingdom)
WRWarner-Robins (Georgia)
WRWestern Region (Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America)
WRWinRAR (Windows compression utility)
WRWagering Requirement (gambling)
WRWinRunner (software testing tool from Mercury Interactive)
WRWeather Resistant
WRWorld Relief
WRWeather Radar
WRWestern Railway
WRWomen's Reserve (US DoD)
WRWire Rope
WRWest Riding
WRWhite Russian
WRWater Resist(ant)
WRWedding Ring
WRWolf's Rain (anime)
WRWorking Reagent (biology)
WRWork Release
WRWainhouse Research (Duxbury, Massachusetts)
WRWide Ratio (gear staging)
WRWarm Regards
WRWolf-Rayet Star
WRWhen Ready
WRWith Rights
WRWireline Retrievable (drilling)
WRWar Record
WRRoyal Tongan Airlines (IATA airline code)
WRWork Request
WRWater Reclamation
WRWestern Range
WRWaiver Request
WRWomens Rights
WRWrist Roll (US NASA)
WRWear Ring
WRWoven Roving (fiberglass)
WRWest Richland (Washington)
WRWash Room
WRWater Rats (Australian TV police drama, 1996-2001)
WRWar Reserve
WRWinter Retreat
WRWarehouse Receipt
WRWebster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
WRWest Rail (train)
WRWard Room
WRRating Withdrawn (credit)
WRWindsor Report
WRWomen's Resources (Lindsay, Ontario, Canada women's shelter)
WRWaveform Relaxation
WRWater-Rail
WRWetland Resource
WRWet Resistivity
WRWet Runway
WRWelding Robot
WRWavelength Router (Monterey Networks)
WRWasserman Reaction
WRWire Receive
WRWeapon Radius
WRWeapon Requirement
WREnglehart, Ontario (Ontario Northland railway code)
WRWorking Roll (mill)
WRWarranty Reserve
WRWavelength Registration
WRWedge Room (Pentagon Renovation Project)
References in periodicals archive ?
The start-up, which incorporates skills from the Photonic Networks Research Centre at the University of Essex, intends to use the capital to develop the world's first all-optical wavelength router not only scalable to Petabit capacity for core transport networks but also capable of evolving to optical packet switching.
Interestingly, network leader Cisco is way behind in this race, and is sticking with OEO in the first release of its Wavelength Router.
After a long silence over its plans with the Monterey optical-switch technology, Cisco finally announced in August that Worldcom was testing the so-called Wavelength router, and that PetroNet, an Englewood, CO-based fiber-optic network builder, had agreed to buy one.
Full browser ?