METNETMontana Educational Telecommunications Network
METNETMetropolitan Educational Telecommunications Network
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CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems) is the creator of Metnet -- the world's only self-organising 5G microwave backhaul for small cell, 5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), CCTV and fibre extension applications.
Delegates at the metnet conference in Shropshire, which included businesses wanting to discover the business benefits of the Green Deal, were told the programme would only work if householders 'trusted' the providers of the scheme and the local authority model was one which could be used anywhere in the UK.
Project manager at metnet, Patricia Head, said: "We were delighted to welcome so many delegates to our annual conference where we were able to offer real guidance and advice on how companies could become involved in the Green Deal, but also update them on waste sector legislation and how they could access assistance through the GrowthAccelerator programme.
After the main database will be created (based on three existing databases: Metnet, Innomet and Innoclus) and "noisy" data will be eliminated, the aim is to use all these gathered data about the enterprises and those technological capabilities and employee's skills for making and experimenting some DM models in order to increase these enterprises productivity and innovation in product development.
With CCS Metnet, FiberTower is delivering to its customers a wireless backhaul, transport and 5G infrastructure solution that provides both line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight connectivity.
Metnet enables deployment in an ad hoc, organic way to rapidly improve quality of service in capacity hotspots or coverage not-spots today, while laying the foundations for the change in network architectures anticipated with 5G.
The solution is unique, and success of development of INNOMET system (; Riives et al., 2007) (commercialization in Estonia as a product is in the process) and METNET system (, fully developed and commercialized in 2006) has proven that web based systems are well accepted by SME-s.
In 2005, a new five-day, on-campus format will replace the previous format that made use of the METNET for distance delivery for a portion of the content.
Williams Communications Solutions helped design and implement the network and now monitors and maintains the Montana Educational Telecommunications NETwork (METNET), a 13-site interactive, videoconferencing system that allows students to see and converse with their instructors and classmates at several campuses around the state.