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IP

abbreviation for intellectual property. See INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW.
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(NYSE: GTT) has agreed to acquire Netherlands-based IP network KPN International, a division of KPN N.V., for approximately EUR 50m (USD 56m) in cash, on a cash and debt-free basis, the company said.
The Bahrain-based operator's chief global business officer Adel Al Daylami said, "by harnessing each other's assets", the partnership would offer Middle East service providers, mobile network operators (MNO) and Internet service providers (ISPs) "the best of both worlds - the global reach of Tata Communications' Tier 1 IP network and our regional reach over our protected BGN".
Attendees agreed that in the 5G and cloud era, IP networks will play an increasingly important role amid rapid service changes.
NTT Com customers will be able to connect at numerous capacity levels including 100G ports with confirmed diversity and direct connections to multiple points in the Global IP Network to ensure the highest reliability and the lowest latency in the IP services.
NTT Com's Tier-1 Global IP Network is consistently ranked among the top networks worldwide.
The company's fully redundant Tier- 1 Global IP Network is consistently ranked among the top networks worldwide.
NTT Communications' Tier-1 Global IP Network is consistently ranked among the top networks worldwide.
Vijay Kulkarni CEO of the company said, "Various business entities such as call-centers, brokerages, government agencies, and carriers have a continual need to capture, analyze, and evaluate fax transmissions, over PSTN and IP Networks.
With regard to the prevention of network performance problems, an IP network visualisation system can turn traditional IP network indexes such as delay, jitter, and packet loss into MoS value, which is related to user perception, thereby providing information on QoS carried on the network to O&M personnel in a more visible manner.
One big difference is that IP networks have more points of failure.
The company said that the product will help operators visualise their IP network to locate and correct faults and achieve service level quality assurance, thereby reducing operations and maintenance costs and increasing quality of experience for customers.