UUNET


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UUNETUnix to Unix Network
UUNETUnix-To-Unix Network
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Parmi les personnes qui ont pris la parole au sujet du programme figuraient Jackline Bitutu de wanannchi Online, Naomi Muta d'UUNET, Eva Kimani de Celtel Kenya, Edgar Okioga d'Africa DotNet, et nancy Macharia de The Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technologie.
Barton said .ly became accessible again yesterday, after he called UUNet to ask the company to redeploy the last available copy of the .ly zone file.
The same with Uunet Pipex, which tried to blind us with technobabble rather than helping us getting to the bottom of it.
The recourse should entail breaking up WorldCom into its valuable segments, including UUNET and the MCI long distance network, in an effort to salvage jobs and to see that these resources are managed responsibly, in the interest of shareholders, employees and the general public, which has a vital stake in America's communications infrastructure.
WorldTeq utilizes the services of Qwest, Touch America, WorldCom, UUNET, Global Crossing, and Broadwing.
She served as an affinity programs account executive for UUNET Technologies based in Duiles, Va., prior to the appointment.
The site is hosted by UUNET, with the security assurance that using a Tier One supplier gives.
In November 2000, Uunet of Ashburn, Va., sold GlobalAxxess $2 million worth of computers and computer equipment, according to Uunet's lawsuit filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court.
Excite@Home has 3.7 million users through its 21 cable company partners, including AT&T Broadband, Comcast and Cox, while Covad has 333,000 users through its 200 Internet service provider partners, including EarthLink and UUNet.
By 2005, when these traffic shifts have taken hold, long-distance incumbents such as AT&T British Telecommunications, and WorldCom and its UUNet subsidiary are likely to have deprived current players such as Akamai Technologies of more than half of the global $9.5 billion in revenue from content distribution (Exhibit 3).
So BT, UUNET, KPN and Cable and Wireless, Fujitsu, Rentokil, Vodafone and the Bank of England, to name but a few of MessageLabs high-profile customers, can probably expect the Dark Side to be rubbing their hands and working out the intrusion programs even as I write.
As a safeguard against downtime, eSuite uses AT&T, UUnet and Genuity as its main Internet service providers, so that if one goes down, another automatically takes over.