An integrated health care approach in which both physical and mental health providers are located in the same building or on the same premises to increase access to those services and to reduce the stigma of seeking mental health treatment
The ability of a CAP to connect its network to the LEC's central offices.
The placement of in-service customer telecommunications equipment at a carrier's central office, point of presence or other network location.
Connecting a customer's own computer equipment to a webhosting company's network. Instead of renting the customer server space or a dedicated server, the company rents a physical space in the company building for a customer's server to be connected directly into the company's network.
The process of installing equipment at an Eircom exchange in readiness for unbundling of the local loop.
A location where a competitive carrier network interconnects with the network of an incumbent carrier's central office.
Locating wireless communications equipment from more than one provider on a single site.
A telco's ability, for example, to connect to a local or long distance telephone company by having its equipment physically located in the other company's facilities.
The placement of a CLEC's network equipment on the premises of the ILEC.
A competing local phone company can locate its equipment within a local exchange companyâ€(tm)s (LEC) central office.
Placement of multiple antennas at a common physical site to reduce environmental impact and real estate costs and speed zoning approvals and network deployment.
The placement of competitors' equipment on or near telco premises so that they may interconnect directly (and cheaply) with the local telephone exchange.