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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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The job of the Internet provider is to make available all or a subset of Internet services.
On Tuesday, it announced that it had won a new customer in Quickline, the fourth largest internet provider in Switzerland.
The Internet connection speed is therefore contingent on the available Ku band bandwidth, the network equipment at White Sands and Houston, and then on the internet provider in Houston.
BEIRUT: The former head of the state-run internet provider, who was on trial for corruption and squandering of public funds, was acquitted Thursday due to a lack of evidence.
While he gave no further details about the new partnerships, Al Nusif said the company had reached its goal of becoming Kuwait's number one internet provider.
Luh wrote that investigators also found that an e-mail address tied to the user name "mywebboys" was created by an individual using an Internet provider address registered to the Cottage Grove Police Department.
Carphone's acquisition of the internet provider required clearance by Brussels under EU rules on monopolies.
Leading the pack will be a new ultra-fast 4Mb service - claimed to be the speediest cable service in Britain and the fastest home internet connection available from any internet provider outside of London.
Similarly priced services are offered in Brazil through mobile carrier Oi and free Internet provider iG.
Unlike regular keitai email offered by wireless Internet provider portals like NTT DoCoMo's i-mode, NV's remote mail--based on Java technology--allows users to receive messages of unlimited length: It can also transfer messages to a fax or print them at a convenience store printer terminal.
Lyngtveidt, a lawyer for the privately-owned telecommunications operator Tele2, said that the company would challenge the fine in court as a test of an Internet provider's legal responsibility.
US SEARCH.com (Nasdaq:SRCH), Beverly Hills, Calif., a leading Internet provider of public record information, has introduced convenient online access to real property information, with three new online search services.
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