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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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He added, "Through our partner programme, we have decided to raise the game in the ISP space as more partners are looking to cross-sell solutions in the IT and telecommunications space.
Every resident is different, and his or her ISP should be tailored to meet individual needs, strengths and goals.
The vowel phoneme MP *a become ISP *a in all position of the word except on words MP *babah 'bawah' > ISP *ba[??], MP *paha 'paha' > ISP *[??], MP *dahan 'dahan' > ISP *[??], and MP *bahu 'bahu' > ISP *[??].
Given the previous denotations, for the peering relationship between ISPs, each ISP can independently decide two peering strategies as follows.
Isp.org.cn reports that, under the international law, 10% is a market turning point.
According to Claude Dal Farra, vice president of research and development for ISP, Cellworks' Virtual Cells technology has the potential to dra matically speed up the discovery and development of biofunctional ingredients, to improve the targeting and efficacy of those ingredients, and to deliver important data to skin care companies for use in their own product development processes.
When this law is passed, ISPs will be required to retain their user records for six months.
During the hot-pressing cycle, ISP within the board will continue to rise as long as the rate of moisture vaporization exceeds the rate of pressure dissipation through the edges of the board.
ISP was founded in 1981 and now claims to be the world's largest maker of inflatable marine lifejackets - which account for about twothirds of its turnover - and other marine survival equipment.
Ministers are thinking of forcing internet service providers (ISPs) to clamp down on piracy.
International Specialty Products (ISP) has promoted Claude Dal Farra to vice president, research and development.