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In that case, the constructed core backbone grid has a strong resistance, restorative ability, and connectivity.
The access points are linked together by an OC-12 core backbone, which can be upgraded when added capacity is needed.
Figures 3 and 4 illustrate the Nodal Switching Subsystem (NSS) architectures for the core backbone nodes on the T1 and T3 backbones, respectively.
MyFloridaNet-2 (MFN-2) will link more than 4,000 sites and provide approximately 4,700 connections via a secure state-wide communications infrastructure using the Harris Trusted Enterprise Network, a dedicated, private core backbone managed and operated by Harris from its primary network operations center in Melbourne, Florida.
With over 40 per cent market share and US$2.2 billion invested in the region, DHL's investment in the CAH provides the core backbone to further enhance service excellence to extend its market-leading position in Asia Pacific.
This includes the migration of Telecom Egypt's core backbone network from a circuit-switched to an open, layered packet-based network, based on Ericsson's ENGINE network technology.
"By deploying Cisco 12000 GSR routers and MPLS technology throughout our core backbone, we give our customers the opportunity to Use the new generation of services based on IP VPN."
The solution that was implemented for transporting and efficiently managing telephony and Internet services was a Multiprotocol Label Switching infrastructure, composed of a core backbone with nodes in the Lima and Trujillo areas and aggregation nodes interconnected by a land transmission network to different points in the northern, central and eastern zones of the country.
The company said that the first phase will include ultra long-haul (ULH) equipment deployed on the core backbone network routes between Verizon Business' main European network hubs in London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Paris and Brussels.
With 6.5 Tb/s (terabits-per-second) of total bandwidth, it can be configured to support 2, 4, and 8 Gb/s Fibre Channel to connect hundreds of applications, consolidate large scale VMware environments, and serve as the core backbone of enterprise storage area networks (SANs).