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Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI)

Carrier Network Infrastructure refers to the physical and digital infrastructure of telecommunications carriers. This infrastructure can take many forms and often includes phone lines, fiber lines, cables, and more. CNI may also refer to backup plans in the event that certain facets of a system fails. In some instances, CNI can also refer to the people who support a physical infrastructure.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI)

Businesses that are deciding what wireless or telecommunications infrastructure to use should consider a carrier's network infrastructure. This requires research and reading reviews, but is often fairly easy to find. Networks with a robust CNI often advertise such information in their marketing materials.

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