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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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With UAB and regional telecomunications giant BellSouth Corp.
20 per mile, according to Kathy Gammill, a telecomunications rate analyst at the Public Service Commission in Little Rock.
Stream Media Pte Ltd is a company invested by Singapore Telecomunications, Stream Global and National University of Singapore.
The Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel) declared that it is in discussion with Haya Water and Telecomunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) to lease high-speed fibre optic cables to home and offices in Muscat governorate from Haya Water.
FPM leader MP Michel Aoun insists that caretaker Telecomunications Minister Jebran Bassil, his son-in-law, be reappointed for a second term at the ministry.
1 Source: PT Telkom Table-2 Operating income of PT Telkom by types of service, 1999-2001 (Rp billion) Types of 1999 2000 2001 telecomunications service 4,528.
What happens when the telecomunications system between a commercial general contractor's offices in Seattle, WA, and Santa Ana, CA, is on its last legs and the Y2K crisis is pressing down?
Mitchell said formulating a dispute resolution procedure was suggested by Oftel, the UK telecomunications regulator, which has been aware of disputes arising, although no formal complaints have been filed.
We've got entertainment - everything from books to educational software - and there's telecomunications, phones, small audio.
Cortada combines detailed analysis with narrative history to provide a broad overview of computings and telecomunications role in over a dozen industries, ranging from Old Economy sectors like finance and publishing to New Economy sectors like digital photography and video games.
Without a doubt, one of the hotest segments of the telecomunications market is the growing demand for high-speed, "always on" digital subscriber line (DSL) Internet access for small and midsized businesses and remote workers of larger enterprises.