n. A network established and operated by a telecommunication administration or by a Recognized Private Operating Agency (RPOA) for the specific purpose of providing circuit-switched, packet-switched, and leased-circuit services to the public.
BT Data Network
A network that allows unrestricted access. The Internet is an example.
network used by more than one organization
Network operated by the carriers (IXCs and LECs) which includes network-based services and network-based switching.
In terms of an IP network is where a group of computers use internet routable IP addresses to form a network.
A network of affiliates that you have partnered with through an offer posted to the hundreds of thousands of affiliates in The LinkShare Network®.
A network that is publicly accessible. In an internetworking context this would be a network with public IP addresses. Sometimes a network can be construed as one single host.
A network operated by the carriers (IXC and LEC) which includes network-based services and network-based switching.
A cluster network that supports client-to-cluster communication (either with or without supporting node-to-node communication). See also: cluster