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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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The demographics of telecommunications is about to change dramatically, as well.
Ability to meet existing tenant telecommunications needs as well as handle future Internet traffic growth, which is expected to double every four to six months over the next 15 years.
Currently, African Americans make up less than 1% ownership in the telecommunications industry overall.
With or without a WTO agreement on telecommunications next year, the global information society will continue to emerge, monopolies will be broken up, and American firms will continue to play a dominant role in the process.
Table 4: Netherlands Wireless Telecommunication Services Market Value Forecast: $ billion, 2004-2009
Proponents argue that, under current practices by building owners, carriers that provide high-speed telecommunications services through rooftop mechanisms are experiencing discrimination because of high fees and long delays in gaining access.
Telecommunications companies are under increasing pressure to deliver new and better services that are faster and more cost efficient.
Such a definitive listing can avoid any disputes and maximize the remaining space available to the property owner for other telecommunications leases or other uses.
Integrated Red Hat and JBoss solutions have become the platform of choice for mission-critical applications in enterprises and telecommunications operators worldwide.
Most landlords don't realize the potential income telecommunications leases can generate.
Chapters 6 and 7 discuss the global telecom sector vis-a-vis the UK telecommunication sector.

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