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Cable Management System, solve a variety of
problems in telecommunications and datacom
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The central office,
also called the exchange, houses the telephone switching equipment
used to terminate circuits. It provides local loops (access lines)
with termination and connection to the public switched telephone
base station relays connections from the wired (i.e., fiber or copper)
side of the network to the wireless (mobile node) side.
Co-location is the location
of a customer's equipment in a service provider's premises. The
customer may be an end user or another local or long distance telecommunications
company. The advantage of co-location to a CLEC (competitive local
exchange carrier) is the close proximity to the existing equipment
of the ILEC (incumbent local exchange carrier).
Any piece of
equipment attached to a network by a telco-supplied link is a remote
site or node. Typically, it is either a connection point for redistribution
or an end point for data transmission. In general, a node has programmed
or engineered capabilities to recognize and process or forward transmissions
to other nodes.
is the point at which communication facilities owned by one organization
interface with those of another organization. In telephone terminology
this is the interface between customer premises equipment and network
service provider equipment.
An internet service
provider (ISP) is a company that provides access to the Internet
via a local loop carrier to residential and business customers.
The MTSO (mobile
telephone switching office) or MSC (mobile switching center) houses
the field monitoring and relay stations for switching calls between
the cellular and wire-based central office. Consisting of a highly
sophisticated computer, a switch, and telephone trunk lines that
connect to the local telco, the MTSO controls the entire operation
of a cellular system.
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Telect is a global
connectivity solutions for the communications world, including the wireless
and wireline telephone industries, private networks, government, utilities,
OEM markets, and others. Key product lines include fiber optic and digital
equipment, digital access cross-connect systems, cable management solutions,
power distribution and protection panels, and cabling and accessory products.
In addition, Telect's
Integrated Systems Group (ISG) specializes
in complete rack, bay, and frame solutions for connectivity applications,
including design, integration, and installation capabilities.
Telect serves its
customers through a worldwide service network, as well as a dynamic Internet
presence at www.telect.com, which
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headquartered in Liberty Lake, Washington, Telect has succeeded since
its origins in 1982 due to a sincere commitment to meeting the needs of
its customers, as well as a rich history of product innovation.
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