Definitions

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  • noun All the electrical and communications cables bundled together and distributed through a building.
  • noun business The movement of containers or packages between a terminal and a transporter's inland facilities, or the scheduled transportation service between locations. Also called linehaul.

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Examples

  • While unified communications has yet to reach its full potential, In-Stat said SIP trunking, which is positioned in the industry as a cost saving mechanism, will help the interconnection of unified communications islands, In-Stat officials said.,

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  • "trunking" - riding in the trunk of a car - after his son, 15-year-old Chris Snyder, was killed in 2005 accident involving the practice.

    San Gabriel Valley Tribune Most Viewed

  • The no "trunking" proposal would fine teen violators $350 and put two points on their drivers license, essentially suspending it for six months.

    Latest Teen Trend – Trunking | Impact Lab

  • A second and less expensive option is an IP "trunking" service from the likes of XO Communications and Cbeyond Communications.

    The Big Guide To VOIP For Small Business

  • Not clear if all the CLECs that Vonage works with have the appropriate kind of trunking to the E911-serving tandems, if the interconnection Vonage is using to the CLEC switches enables the gateway to signal ANI to the CLEC switch, and if so if the CLEC switch will take an ANI delivered to it over this interface and map it into the signaling going to the E911 tandem.

    AT&T’s IP-Centrex

  • Snyder's son and another 15-year-old boy, Scott Achingston, were killed on May 4, 2005 in the "trunking" accident in Glendora.

    San Gabriel Valley Tribune Most Viewed

  • The system is able to communicate with both digital and analog equipment and is a "trunking" system allowing much wider communication on far fewer frequencies - meaning the county will get more channels for its bandwidth.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • The system is able to communicate with both digital and analog equipment and is a "trunking" system allowing much wider communication on far fewer frequencies - meaning the county will get more channels for its bandwidth.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • The system is able to communicate with both digital and analog equipment and is a "trunking" system allowing much wider communication on far fewer frequencies - meaning the county will get more channels for its bandwidth.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • The system is able to communicate with both digital and analog equipment and is a "trunking" system allowing much wider communication on far fewer frequencies - meaning the county will get more channels for its bandwidth.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

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