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telecommunication

The transmission of auditory signals and other data to a remote site by hard-wired or antenna-based signals.
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MobileAware views Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a significant benefit in an ever-increasing number of telecommunications engagements," said Dr.
Subordination and Other Financing Provisions: Telecommunications tenants often insist on using their very simple standard form of lease that may not have provisions standard to a real estate lease - provisions that may effect that lease's financability.
Integrated Red Hat and JBoss solutions have become the platform of choice for mission-critical applications in enterprises and telecommunications operators worldwide.
Moerdler has been working with Back to negotiate various telecommunications deals for a 350,000 square-foot office building in Richmond.
Throughout the text, examples demonstrate how theory is applied to real-world telecommunications systems.
Developed to function as the single source for vital design, trouble-shooting, interface, and operational data for the various disciplines encompassing telecommunications
Macau like Hong Kong, a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China, has remained comparatively low profile in the development of its telecommunications market.
The Telecommunications Partner Program brings together members of the telecommunications ecosystem to accelerate the delivery of reliable, high-performance solutions that substantially reduce capital cost and operating expenses for service providers," said Tim Yeaton, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and General Manager of Enterprise Products, Red Hat.
Natural and man-made disasters of the past few years remind us that in spite of the tremendous achievements in communications technology for disaster mitigation, mother nature and mankind are capable of tremendous disruption," says Stephen Tom, executive director, Pacific Telecommunications Council.
This study looks at the drivers for - and barriers against - the growth of telecommunications markets along with a broad spectrum of up-to-date information, capturing the essence of each segment's challenges, opportunities, growth and direction.
Robert Bruce, who is a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business in Dartmouth, United States of America, and who in the past has also served as the General Council to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) - the US Telecommunications Regulator.
THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT HAS a duty to present its citizens with a transparent telecommunications policy rationale that addresses national goals.

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