"Attestazioni" and "attestati"

English translation: "Certifications" and "installed"

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Italian term or phrase:"Attestazioni" and "attestati"
English translation:"Certifications" and "installed"
Entered by: AeC2009

13:51 Oct 30, 2008
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Tech/Engineering - IT (Information Technology)
Italian term or phrase: "Attestazioni" and "attestati"
I am having trouble with these two related terms. They apply to IT networks and telecommunications. Can anyone offer any suggestions? The standard translation of "attestazione" as "certificate" or "declaration" does not seem to apply in this case.

"Le attestazioni de XXX sono state terminate nel bunker a ciò dedicato."

"Nello stesso bunker sono stati attestati, in armadi condivisi, i router dedicati"
Neil Barnes
Local time: 02:04
"Certifications" and "installed"
Explanation:
we found a document that shows "routers attestati negli armadi" but, imho, it's damn "burocratichese" jargon...
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AeC2009
Italy
Local time: 03:04
Grading comment
Thanks, I like "installed" but I am not so sure about "certifications" in this context.
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"Certifications" and "installed"


Explanation:
we found a document that shows "routers attestati negli armadi" but, imho, it's damn "burocratichese" jargon...

AeC2009
Italy
Local time: 03:04
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Grading comment
Thanks, I like "installed" but I am not so sure about "certifications" in this context.
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