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Contact: Bob Eliaz, RAD Data Communications +972-3-6458134 bob@rad.
RAD is a global telecom access solutions and products vendor.
0 is available for Sun, HP and SGI platforms at a suggested retail price of $2,500 and may be purchased over the Internet at RAD World (www.
Narad Networks, a leading provider of commercial-grade last-mile broadband Ethernet access for HFC systems has partnered with RAD Data Communications to incorporate RAD's industry-leading pseudo-wire circuit emulation technology into the NARAD Broadband Interface Unit (BIU) to provide cable MSOs with a single-box solution delivering T1/E1 plus Ethernet over HFC.
a global provider of data integration solutions, today announced the signing of a strategic partnership with Nippon RAD (JASDAQ:47360-JAQ).
Maxim Integrated Products (Nasdaq: MXIM), one of the largest international suppliers of quality analog and mixed-signal products for applications that require real-world signal processing, and Dallas Semiconductor, its wholly-owned subsidiary, are working with RAD Data Communications to produce the TDM over Packet (ToP) chips.
ROME -- The Telephone Service of the Vatican State, which is responsible for the study, installation and management of the telecommunications infrastructure in Vatican City, has deployed a series of Ethernet access solutions from RAD Data Communications, a leader in innovative access solutions and network transitions for service providers and enterprises around the world.
TEL AVIV, Israel -- RAD University, the popular online computer networking and communications information source sponsored by RAD Data Communications, has posted three new tutorials that have been named to its "Dean's List.
5 million over five years to fund research at the Reliable, Adaptive and Distributed systems laboratory, or the RAD Lab, UC Berkeley researchers announced today).
TEL AVIV, Israel -- RAD Data Communications has announced that it will pay $200 to anyone who submits a "Challenging Brain Teaser" that is good enough to stump the experts.