local service provider


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local service provider

In the broadest sense, a local service provider is the enterprise that provides telecom services, which is now synonymous with “internet provider”. In the context of the NHS’ Connecting for Health, the local service provider is responsible for ensuring efficient delivery of the new systems and services, and meeting cluster requirements.
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Consumers can ask their local service provider in Bahrain about the rates operators charge in the country they are planning to visit.
Cable has spread so fast not just because it is cheap to use but also because local service providers have cut the cost of rolling out and operating the network.
Through its Local Grants Program, Autism Speaks has provided funding to innovative local service providers, including: Latin Ballet of Virginia, YMCA of Greater Richmond, Northstar Academy, Danville Science Center, and Little Fish Swimming.
Sudbury is linked to North Bay by a fibre-optic cable, and the two will soon be linked by another cable to Toronto and Barrie, the third centre in which Gateway will go head-to-head with Bell Canada as a local service provider. Barrie is expected to reach the same level of service by mid-year.
The Trust also plans to utilise Supportworks ITSM's Configuration Management Database (CMDB) capabilities, its change management module, and it will use the NHS Seamless Ticketing and OTI facilities to communicate directly with the Local Service Provider.
The solution will be managed and deployed throughout Albany by Tech Valley Communications, a local service provider, which will introduce Wi-Fi services at commercial and industry points in the city.
The solution is fully integrated with the service management system of the Local Service Provider, in order to ensure the assignment of NCRS tickets to the LSP.
The total number of Cisco employees in Turkey will increase from 80 to 400 and the company will also offer localised products as well as customer service and support for the technical needs and requirements of local service provider customers.
The company will provide location management and mapping support in Brazil, while Delphi will take over distribution rights from American Networks Computadores, which will keep local service provider status.
Netia Mobile, a local service provider which was recently awarded a UMTS licence, was absent from the bidding process.

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