... – Conversation not the good stuff, the ‘serial’ number is -- cloning
Communication Systems - University of Illinois Facilities and Services
... cable and 89 miles of underground fiber
optic cable to form a high-speed, multiservice,
AE Requirements: New construction and
major remodeling or renovation projects will
require the services of a Registered
Voice over IP at UCSB
... technologies for delivery of voice communications over IP networks such as the
Internet or other packet-switched networks. Other terms frequently encountered
and synonymous with VoIP are IP telephony, Internet telephony, voice over
broadband (VoBB), broadband telephony, and broadband phone.
NENA NG911 arch for SDO workshop
... How the access network provides location
Exchange an identifier of some kind, implicitly (e.g. what port on
the switch) or explicitly (e.g. MAC address, IP address) for
Location can be civic or geo
Current discussion on whether it can be a reference (e.g. URI)
which must be dereferenced by ...
PRS‑TIC PC Telephone Interface Client
... live announcement. The announcement of the caller is
recorded on the PC and will be played back after
completion of the call.
The caller can make subsequent calls via the
telephone without waiting for the broadcast of the
previous call to be finished. The last call, including the
live announcement, ...
MAINWAY is a database maintained by the United States' National Security Agency (NSA) containing metadata for hundreds of billions of telephone calls made through the four largest telephone carriers in the United States: AT&T, SBC, BellSouth (all three now called AT&T), and Verizon.The existence of this database and the NSA program that compiled it was unknown to the general public until USA Today broke the story on May 10, 2006. It is estimated that the database contains over 1.9 trillion call-detail records. According to Bloomberg News, the effort began approximately seven months before the September 11, 2001 attacks. As of June 2013, the database stores metadata for at least five years.The records include detailed call information (caller, receiver, date/time of call, length of call, etc.) for use in traffic analysis and social network analysis, but do not include audio information or transcripts of the content of the phone calls.The database's existence has prompted fierce objections. It is often viewed as an illegal warrantless search and a violation of the pen register provisions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and (in some cases) the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution.The George W. Bush administration neither confirmed nor denied the existence of the domestic call record database. This contrasts with a related NSA controversy concerning warrantless surveillance of selected telephone calls; in that case they did confirm the existence of the program of debated legality. That program's code name was Stellar Wind.Similar programs exist or are planned in other countries, including Sweden (Titan traffic database) and Great Britain (Interception Modernisation Programme).The MAINWAY equivalent for Internet traffic is MARINA.