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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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In an effort to ensure broad acceptance of the tML standard, Committee T1 collaborated with many industry organizations, including the ATIS-sponsored Telecommunications Industry Forum (TCIF) and its Electronic Communications Implementation Committee (ECIC) and DSL Forum.
Voice traffic is no longer the dominant aspect of the telecommunications industry.
Wireless and cellular services provide a good example of how opportunities are created within the telecommunications industry.
Private equity investors have had mixed success in the telecommunications industry over the past five years, which has led to greater caution in their outlook for the industry,' said Michael Weaver, Managing Director, Fitch Telecom and Cable team.
designs, manufactures and markets integrated multi- service access platforms for the telecommunications industry.
The telecommunications industry recorded a third straight trade surplus in 1993, as exports exceeded imports by a robust $1.
SoundBite is excited to share our experience and best practices gained from working with several leading players in the telecommunications industry," said Peter Shields, president and CEO of SoundBite Communications.
CONTACT: Debra Colbert of the Telecommunications Industry Association, 202-457-4935/
CTIA is the international association for the wireless telecommunications industry, representing carriers, manufacturers and wireless Internet providers.
GLOBALCOMM(TM) is a trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA).
GLOBALCOMM is ready to continue the tradition of the past show and offer the telecommunications industry the latest innovations in ICT products and services and the most effective, results-oriented commercial experience in the marketplace," TIA President Matthew J.
Sawai developed his vast knowledge of the telecommunications industry during his 26 years with Mitsubishi Corporation, where he coordinated International Business Development including more than 10 years' overseas posting, and was involved with many new business development initiatives in the IT & Telecommunications industry.

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