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internet service provider

Internet provider Informatics A company–eg, AOL, Earthlink, that provides a gateway to the Internet and the Web, via an electronic connection–either directly or through a modem, as well as software and services, for which the user pays a monthly fee
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AOL, infamous for its marketing tactic of littering mailboxes with unsolicited CD-ROMs containing its software, was done in primarily by broadband Internet providers.
One of the key drivers of IPTV globally has been the desire of broadband Internet providers, whether large-tier telcos or small rural telcos, to gain more out of their IP infrastructure investments and remain competitive for core services.
WATCHDOGS plan to take on cowboy firms that make it hard for customers to switch broadband internet providers.
In addition to the six main broadcast networks, the telethon will be made available to cable, other broadcasters, radio stations and broadband Internet providers.
a nonprofit public interest law firm that handles telecom policy for other nonprofits, said he thinks it's odd that some broadband Internet providers are complaining about cities offering the service.
NuvioCentrex is available through a nationwide Powered by Nuvio Partner Program with broadband Internet providers and network integrators and requires no up-front capital investment from customers.
U S WEST and Qwest will unite the nation's most innovative local, wireless and broadband communications firm with one of the world's most advanced fiber- optic networks and broadband Internet providers.
aspx) passed a rule that classified broadband Internet providers as utilities or common carriers under Title II of the Telecommunications Act of 1934.
As consumers migrate to the NBN, the ACCCs action in this matter is a timely reminder to broadband internet providers that they must not misrepresent the performance of the services they are selling, ACCC Chairman Rod Sims said.
The notice adds two new principles: The fifth principle requires broadband internet providers to "treat lawful content, applications, and services in a nondiscriminatory manner," and the sixth principle requires the service provider to disclose information about its network management practices to consumers.
It is revising the Quality of Service framework for broadband Internet providers and encouraging the development of richer content, both from homegrown providers, as well as providing incentives to global players to offer their content on Singapore ONE and localize content in the country for the Asian market.
As it turns out, there are a few issues that could cause broadband internet providers some problems, which are worth sharing," he concluded.
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