Telecommunications: Transmission of information over distances via electronic means.Internet: A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.Telemedicine: Delivery of health services via remote telecommunications. This includes interactive consultative and diagnostic services.Computer Communication Networks: A system containing any combination of computers, computer terminals, printers, audio or visual display devices, or telephones interconnected by telecommunications equipment or cables: used to transmit or receive information. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Cellular Phone: Analog or digital communications device in which the user has a wireless connection from a telephone to a nearby transmitter. It is termed cellular because the service area is divided into multiple "cells." As the user moves from one cell area to another, the call is transferred to the local transmitter.Radio: The transmission and reception of electric impulses or signals by means of electric waves without a connecting wire, or the use of these waves for the wireless transmission of electric impulses into which sound is converted. (From Webster's 3d)Telepathology: Transmission and interpretation of tissue specimens via remote telecommunication, generally for the purpose of diagnosis or consultation but may also be used for continuing education.Office Automation: Use of computers or computer systems for doing routine clerical work, e.g., billing, records pertaining to the administration of the office, etc.Back Injuries: General or unspecified injuries to the posterior part of the trunk. It includes injuries to the muscles of the back.Information Services: Organized services to provide information on any questions an individual might have using databases and other sources. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Telephone: An instrument for reproducing sounds especially articulate speech at a distance. (Webster, 3rd ed)Computer Systems: Systems composed of a computer or computers, peripheral equipment, such as disks, printers, and terminals, and telecommunications capabilities.Access to Information: Individual's rights to obtain and use information collected or generated by others.User-Computer Interface: The portion of an interactive computer program that issues messages to and receives commands from a user.Occupational Diseases: Diseases caused by factors involved in one's employment.Consumer Health Information: Information intended for potential users of medical and healthcare services. There is an emphasis on self-care and preventive approaches as well as information for community-wide dissemination and use.Electromagnetic Fields: Fields representing the joint interplay of electric and magnetic forces.United StatesOnline Systems: Systems where the input data enter the computer directly from the point of origin (usually a terminal or workstation) and/or in which output data are transmitted directly to that terminal point of origin. (Sippl, Computer Dictionary, 4th ed)Planets: Celestial bodies orbiting around the sun or other stars.FinlandPrisons: Penal institutions, or places of confinement for war prisoners.Earth (Planet): Planet that is the third in order from the sun. It is one of the four inner or terrestrial planets of the SOLAR SYSTEM.Running: An activity in which the body is propelled by moving the legs rapidly. Running is performed at a moderate to rapid pace and should be differentiated from JOGGING, which is performed at a much slower pace.Faith Healing: The use of faith and spirit to cure disease.Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: A group of religious bodies tracing their origin to Joseph Smith in 1830 and accepting the Book of Mormon as divine revelation. (from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed)Gift Giving: The bestowing of tangible or intangible benefits, voluntarily and usually without expectation of anything in return. However, gift giving may be motivated by feelings of ALTRUISM or gratitude, by a sense of obligation, or by the hope of receiving something in return.Religion: A set of beliefs concerning the nature, cause, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency. It usually involves devotional and ritual observances and often a moral code for the conduct of human affairs. (Random House Collegiate Dictionary, rev. ed.)Religion and Medicine: The interrelationship of medicine and religion.Religion and Psychology: The interrelationship of psychology and religion.Spirituality: Sensitivity or attachment to religious values, or to things of the spirit as opposed to material or worldly interests. (from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed, and Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed)Aircraft: A weight-carrying structure for navigation of the air that is supported either by its own buoyancy or by the dynamic action of the air against its surfaces. (Webster, 1973)Aviation: Design, development, manufacture, and operation of heavier-than-air AIRCRAFT.Accidents, AviationRain: Water particles that fall from the ATMOSPHERE.Compressed Air: Air that is reduced in volume by pressure.Tritolyl Phosphates: A mixture of isomeric tritolyl phosphates. Used in the sterilization of certain surgical instruments and in many industrial processes.Neuropil Threads: Abnormal structures located chiefly in distal dendrites and, along with NEUROFIBRILLARY TANGLES and SENILE PLAQUES, constitute the three morphological hallmarks of ALZHEIMER DISEASE. Neuropil threads are made up of straight and paired helical filaments which consist of abnormally phosphorylated microtubule-associated tau proteins. It has been suggested that the threads have a major role in the cognitive impairment seen in Alzheimer disease.BooksTape Recording: Recording of information on magnetic or punched paper tape.Love: Affection; in psychiatry commonly refers to pleasure, particularly as it applies to gratifying experiences between individuals.Economic Development: Mobilization of human, financial, capital, physical and or natural resources to generate goods and services.Canada: The largest country in North America, comprising 10 provinces and three territories. Its capital is Ottawa.Clergy: Persons ordained for religious duties, who serve as leaders and perform religious services.Licensure, Nursing: The granting of a license to practice the profession of nursing.Health Policy: Decisions, usually developed by government policymakers, for determining present and future objectives pertaining to the health care system.Speech: Communication through a system of conventional vocal symbols.WashingtonSpeech Perception: The process whereby an utterance is decoded into a representation in terms of linguistic units (sequences of phonetic segments which combine to form lexical and grammatical morphemes).Selection, Genetic: Differential and non-random reproduction of different genotypes, operating to alter the gene frequencies within a population.PortugalExecutive Function: A set of cognitive functions that controls complex, goal-directed thought and behavior. Executive function involves multiple domains, such as CONCEPT FORMATION, goal management, cognitive flexibility, INHIBITION control, and WORKING MEMORY. Impaired executive function is seen in a range of disorders, e.g., SCHIZOPHRENIA; and ADHD.Consultants: Individuals referred to for expert or professional advice or services.Gene Regulatory Networks: Interacting DNA-encoded regulatory subsystems in the GENOME that coordinate input from activator and repressor TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS during development, cell differentiation, or in response to environmental cues. The networks function to ultimately specify expression of particular sets of GENES for specific conditions, times, or locations.Ichthyosis Bullosa of Siemens: An autosomal dominant form of ichthyosis characterized by generalized reddening of the skin (ERYTHEMA) and widespread blistering. The disease shows similar, but somewhat milder, clinical and histopathological findings to those in HYPERKERATOSIS, EPIDERMOLYTIC and is associated with the gene that encodes KERATIN-2A.Neural Networks (Computer): A computer architecture, implementable in either hardware or software, modeled after biological neural networks. Like the biological system in which the processing capability is a result of the interconnection strengths between arrays of nonlinear processing nodes, computerized neural networks, often called perceptrons or multilayer connectionist models, consist of neuron-like units. A homogeneous group of units makes up a layer. These networks are good at pattern recognition. They are adaptive, performing tasks by example, and thus are better for decision-making than are linear learning machines or cluster analysis. They do not require explicit programming.
... and several other companies. At the end of 2007 NCC has entered the market of broadband Internet access in Moscow. Network ... Petersburg broadcaster Cable TV" (BD). In March 2006, formed of National Telecommunications, which becomes the holding company ... The company merged with Rostelecom in 2013. In 2001, formed of "National Cable Networks." The first step was the acquisition of ... National Cable Networks (Russian: Национальные кабельные сети) was a Russian company which provides Pay-TV. It was fully owned ...
Optus Vision added broadband cable internet access to its network. Optus Vision used the Optus telecommunications licence as ... Optus Television is the cable television division of Australian telecommunications company Optus. Its immediate predecessor was ... Other potential features of Optus iTV included e-mail and walled garden Internet access. After signing up to the Content Supply ... The service was very select with not many being able to access the service. It was also offered to Norfolk Island and some ...
... many districts of the city have LAN-based broadband Internet access. The city is also home to the Krasnoyarsk Children's Choir ... Krasnoyarsk has a number of local television companies and the highly developed telecommunications, ... are employed in much more lucrative areas and often form business partnerships with local companies. Many Chinese trade at the ...
... , also known as Critical Hub Networks, is a telecommunications company that provides broadband internet access, data ... The company was the first to offer the following services on the island: Commercial internet access network Individual dial-up ... In 2001, the company was acquired back by the original shareholders. Caribe.Net was also co-founder of the Internet Society of ... support Online subscription services Online account management LAN-based dial-up TCP/IP Commercial internet access to companies ...
Liberty Cablevision of Puerto Rico (d/b/a Liberty) is a telecommunications company that provides broadband Internet access, ... "The use of the Internet has increased significantly in Puerto Rico and having access to it easy and rapidly has become a ... The company is headquartered in San Juan and has over 145,000 television subscribers and 88,000 data customers. Liberty ... In May 2013, OneLink Communications began offering Internet speeds up to 20 Mbit/s download and 2 Mbit/s upload. In June 2013, ...
It is also the second largest provider of fixed broadband Internet access (37.2% market share) and fixed telephone service ( ... VTR Globalcom S.A. is a Chilean telecommunications company. It is the country's largest provider of cable television with ... VTR also owns Bazuca.com, a video rental services company, and -together with Turner Broadcasting System- CNN Chile, a 24-hour ... INTERNET_MOVIL_DIC14_170315.xlsx "Liberty Global Acquires Remaining 20% of VTR, Chile's Largest Cable Operator" (PDF). Liberty ...
... is a Korean telecommunications company and one of the largest providers of high-speed broadband Internet access in South Korea ... as one of only three companies licensed to provide local telephone access. The Internet telecommunication division of the ... The company also is one of the largest voip telephone companies in South Korea, ... company controls a large portion of the South Korean market under the brand name X-Speed. Communications in South Korea Economy ...
A branch of the company; BigAir Community Broadband, manages residential style internet services provided to student ... BigAir is a telecommunications company in Australia listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX). BigAir manages one of the ... to the Australian terrestrial networks including DSL and the National Broadband Network with symmetric Internet access services ... In May 2012 BigAir acquired wireless-broadband and student accommodation internet provider Allegro for $7.5 million and an ...
It bypasses the monopoly held by telecommunications companies over the middle mile. Getting Ultrafast Internet by Ditching the ... which will make broadband internet access available to universities, businesses, and resellers. ... The DC Community Access Network (District of Columbia Community Access Network) (DC-CAN) is a planned 100 gigabit network ... Phone (and Cable) Company, Technology Review 12/09/2011 by Christopher Mims DC-CAN Project Overview on The District of Columbia ...
... an Australian telecommunications company based in Canberra which provides broadband internet access, fixed telephony, cable ... It provides dial-up and broadband ISP services, delivered across the TransACT fibre-optic broadband network. The company had ... At the end of 2007, the company acquired the regional Victoria telecommunications company Neighbourhood Cable, with its hybrid ... The company adopted an Open Access Network (OAN) business model, separating the wholesale and retail businesses. TransACT ...
... assisted the governor and CIO of Virginia in formulating rural broadband initiatives for Internet access, testified before the ... and other global telecommunications companies. Rappaport serves as a technical advisor to Straightpath (NYSE: STRP). In April ... He sold the company in 1993 to Allen Telecom. With Roger Skidmore, a graduate student of MPRG, he co-founded Wireless Valley ... doi:10.1109/ACCESS.2013.2260813. Retrieved 2016-02-18. "Spectrum - Volume 18 Issue 28 April 18, 1996 - ALUMNI AWARDS FOR ...
... when then-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva tasked it with managing a nationwide plan to expand broadband Internet access. ... Telebras is a Brazilian telecommunications company which was the state-owned monopoly telephone system. It was broken up in ... The new companies were the long distance operator Embratel, three fixed line regional telephony companies and eight cellular ... public policy support and supports broadband, besides providing infrastructure and support networks to telecommunications ...
Telecommunication companies in Africa are looking at Broadband Wireless Access technologies as the key to make Internet ... In general, thus, the cost of Internet access (and even more so broadband access) is unaffordable by most of the population. ... the first to benefit will be institutions and companies that already have Internet access. In order for the network to reach a ... with a major part of these subscriptions from large companies or institutions. Internet access is also irregularly distributed ...
It provides long-distance and international calls, broadband access to the Internet via ADSL, and Wi-Fi services.. ... is the national telecommunications company in Belarus, fully owned by the Government of Belarus and operated by the Ministry of ... Telecommunications. Beltelecom has a network of fiber-optic trunk lines and is the sole provider of fixed telephony in Belarus ...
Broadband Internet access is available by PTCL. Gas facilities have existed since 2009, and Sahowala has a utility store ... Punjabi and English The Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) provides the main network of land-line telephone ...
High-speed internet access for computer-based data applications such as broadband information services and interactive ... Telecommunications companies All pages with a title containing telecommunications in "The Industry Handbook: The ... Telecom operating companies make all this happen. - Investopedia Insight Research projects that telecommunications services ... the sector of information and communication technology is made up of all Telecommunications/telephone companies and internet ...
... , Inc. KRX: 033630, formerly known as Hanaro Telecom, is a Seoul-based telecommunications company and a wholly ... It is one of the largest broadband Internet access providers in South Korea. Until its takeover in 2008, Hanaro controlled ... "Hanaro renamed SK Broadband". Telecompaper. September 22, 2008. "SK Broadband to Offer 10 Gbps Internet". BusinessKorea Co., ... SK Broadband unveiled the world's first 10 Gbit/s Internet service at the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference. The new Internet ...
... is a competitive local exchange carrier that provides broadband Internet access and telephone ... The company is headquartered in Guaynabo. WorldNet Telecommunications Official Site. ...
Enters the fixed broadband industry in Singapore on 4 August 2008. It is the fourth telecommunication company to enter the ... Customers of the fixed broadband service will connect to M1 broadband via StarHub Cable's open access network. Launched ... Singapore's first HSDPA broadband service, for Internet connection up to 3.6 Mbit/s, everywhere in Singapore. Launched ... The company also launched Singapore's first mobile broadband services in 2006, named M1 Broadband, and introduced fixed ...
... "the differing amount of information between those who have access to the Internet (specially broadband access) and those who do ... but under pressure from telecommunications companies, has not implemented them. The term universal service was introduced in ... in public policy discussions it means Internet access at higher rates than obsolete dial-up Internet access. Faster and more ... According to U.S. News, the predicted effects of broadband investment is that it will increase Internet speeds and access, and ...
... of personal computer Internet access is broadband access., ranking ninth in the world. The satellite system is domestic with ... With the passage of the century, the television broadcasting market became dominated by two powerful companies, Televisa-the ... 1]. Diario de Yucatán "Internet se arraiga en México". Accessed on 2 May 2009 Todas las Primarias y Secundarias de Morelos ... Accessed on 17 November 2012 Satmex. Linking the Americas. Accessed on 24 January 2007 Mexican Operator Satmex Has Chosen ...
... mo The Macao Telecommunications Company (CTM) in 2000 launched the first broadband Internet access in the territory, on a ... MTel Telecommunications also provides fixed line services as well as broadband and is CTM's main competitor, though much ... Macao Telecom Launches Broadband Internet Service CIA - The World Factbook - Macau. ... International access is via Hong Kong and Mainland China and via Intelsat (Indian Ocean). Alcatel-Lucent was granted a contract ...
... broadband Internet access and data transfer. Vega is a member of the telecommunication business of Ukraine's leading financial ... On June 3, 2015 the CEO of Vega Telecommunications Group became Murat Cinar. From October 2013 to June 2014 the company JSC " ... broadband Internet access and data transfer. Vega Telecommunications Group has a complete set of licenses for ... Today Vega serves about 440 000 subscribers of telephone lines and 156 000 subscribers of Internet access. The operational ...
... and broadband internet access to over 38 million subscribers, providing approximately 62% (46 Gbit/s) of China's internet ... China Telecommunications Corporation known as its trading name China Telecom is a Chinese state-owned telecommunication company ... Companies portal Telecommunications portal China portal Communications in China Telecommunications industry in China "2007-2009 ... Chinese: 号百控股股份有限公司). The company originated as a government agency of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (zh). On 27 ...
... is a Uzbek joint stock company providing services to broadband Internet access, rental channel operators, fixed and ... The company interacts and cooperates with the International Telecommunication Union, the Regional Commonwealth in the field of ... allowed access to the international telephone calls and access Internetby universal prepaid cards. In 2006, started a new ... "Reconstruction and development of telecommunication network Uzbektelecom" "company "Info". "Представители АК "Узбектелеком" ...
... 's Fuse Internet Service provides dial-up access, while its broadband access is through its ZoomTown ADSL ... In 2011, Cincinnati Bell became the first telecommunications company to also provide retail energy service. Through a ... Its primary competitor for broadband Internet access is Charter Spectrum Internet. In late 2009, Cincinnati Bell started ... The company's retail locations began selling Verizon products. Cincinnati Bell offers Internet access to customers in its ...
Before the introduction of broadband Internet to the telecommunications market, access to the Internet was most commonly ... Webb backed the view that the UK's telecommunications companies were stifling the Internet as a tool for "business, education ... "The Cost of Accessing the Internet". Campaign for Unmetered Telecommunications. Retrieved 7 July 2009. "Trade and Industry ... In April 2000, NTL offered free Internet access to its cable television subscribers and unmetered access at £10 per month to ...
WorldNet Telecommunications is a competitive local exchange carrier that provides broadband Internet access and telephone ... The company is headquartered in Guaynabo. WorldNet Telecommunications Official Site. ...
Optus Vision added broadband cable internet access to its network. Optus Vision used the Optus telecommunications licence as ... Optus Television is the cable television division of Australian telecommunications company Optus. Its immediate predecessor was ... Other potential features of Optus iTV included e-mail and walled garden Internet access. After signing up to the Content Supply ... The service was very select with not many being able to access the service. It was also offered to Norfolk Island and some ...
Over the past few years, major American telecommunications companies have shown little interest in expanding broadband into ... The broadband support will allow rural customers to access fast internet speeds in areas where service might otherwise be ... The "digital divide" between urban and rural areas used to be all about access to broadband internet service. Today it is much ... 19 million Americans still dont have access to broadband internet, including much of the High Plains region. ...
For over 10 years Icon Labs has been building intelligent, networked devices for industry leaders in the Telecommunications, ... ICON LABS company data, news, contact details and stock information. ... Our solutions are at work everyday, from broadband Internet access devices to core network routers, from smart modems to ... Companies [417 Associated Companies listed on BioPortfolio]. ICON LABS. For over 10 years Icon Labs has been building ...
Internet in United States of America covering issues of ,Overview,Telecoms,Radio Spectrum,Distribution of Audio-Visual Media ... 6.4 Are telecommunications operators and/or internet service providers under any obligations to block access to certain sites ... Comcast, the largest Internet access provider, reported over 26.5 million broadband subscribers, while AT&T claimed 14.5 ... Non-common carrier wireless licensees, wireline providers (including Internet access providers), television cable companies, ...
Internet speeds crashed to abysmally low speeds, and some professors even canceled classes. This incident reminded me how ... speed Internet service was accidentally damaged during a construction project causing an outage that lasted a few hours. ... for broadband in rural areas that is further exacerbated by relics of public policy that allow telecommunication companies to ... When talking about access to the Internet, the term "broadband" is used as the Federal Communications Commission standard for ...
... facility also provides an excellent home base for companies requiring local and regional fiber connections and Internet access ... Our customers include Fortune 500 firms, telecommunications providers, oil & gas companies, broadcasters, and governments world ... With the Mini-VSAT Broadband Service, we can offer high-speed mobile Internet access anywhere in the world for an economical, ... Until this service, there was no way for vessels to access mobile telecom and Internet coverage globally and automatically ...
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Finland has made access to broadband connections to the internet a legal right for every one of its citizens in the first ... Under the new law, telecommunications companies will be obliged to provide all citizens with broadband lines that can run at a ... said the internet was part of everyday life for Finnish people and that high speed internet access was a priority for the ... 2018 PrisonPlanet.com is a Free Speech Systems, LLC company. All rights reserved. Digital Millennium Copyright Act Notice. ...
... allowing the FCC to carry out a net neutrality rule by putting the companies that provide Internet access more concretely under ... The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has decided to reclassify portions of broadband as a telecommunications ... The lawmakers said if the FCC defined broadband as a telecommunications service, it would have to strip Internet access ... Genachowski to reclassify portions of broadband to assert FCC authority over Internet access. ...
The company focuses on designing and building next-generation. access equipment that provides last-mile solutions in broadband ... the company developing the implementation of. the first public broadband wireless Internet network, using Bluetooth and WiFi. ... limited access to affordable telephony services in the past.. Today, the dynamic Chilean telecommunications market possesses ... telephony market, it also offers Broadband and switched Internet business. areas, tele-surveillance services, alarms and access ...
... and access to broadband internet in Ukraine is fairly affordable. A monthly unlimited data plan with a 1 Mbps broadband channel ... 20] Infocom-SK was founded in 1991 jointly by state-owned Ukrtelecom and Controlware, a German telecommunications company. " ... Companies providing internet access using satellite technologies in Ukraine include Ukrsat, Infocom-SK, Spacegate, Adamant, ... 1] International Telecommunication Union (ITU), "Percentage of individuals using the Internet," 2013, 2013, 2008, accessed ...
Such products and technologies can significantly enhance growth of rural broadband internet access and potentially save the ... on behalf of Farmers Mutual Telephone Company.. Kristy Szabo. On Behalf of Farmers Mutual Telephone Company. 605-995-1786. ... Broadband is a crucial and enjoyable technology that everyone should have access to. I laud President ObamaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Broadband ... broadband becomes a larger player in the telecommunications market. The number of broadband subscribers in Texas has increased ...
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State telecommunications company ETECSA announced Sunday night that it would allow Cubans to order home service through fiber ... Cuba says it is launching its first broadband home Internet service, a potentially major step forward in bringing the island ... Still, fiber-optic home connections would be an important milestone in Cuba, where general public access to broadband Internet ... State telecommunications company ETECSA announced Sunday night that it would allow Cubans to order home service through fiber ...
While this figure reflects significant growth in broadband internet access, quality of service remains poor. Venezuelas fixed ... Regional disparities are also evident in the expansion plans of telecommunications companies, which typically focus new ... Although privately owned companies do exist, the state dominates the internet market through the National Telephone Company of ... Obstacles to Access: By the end of 2012, internet penetration in Venezuela had reached 44 percent. This figure excludes ...
As a result, Americans pay far more for cellphone and broadband Internet access than most citizens in other advanced nations ... McChesney (2014, p. 226), citing TELECOMMUNICATIONS: Federal Broadband Deployment Programs and Small Business, United States ... Grubert, Harry (2012), Foreign Taxes and the Growing Share of U.S. Multinational Company Income Abroad: Profits, Not Sales, are ... Then lets make cellphone and broadband access ubiquitous and as close to free as possible. ... We have a terrific proven model ...
... that it would still be hiring in 2009 in parts of the business that offer cell phone service and broadband Internet access.. ... AT&T, the telecommunications company, said Thursday that it was cutting 12,000 jobs, or about 4 percent of its work force, ... The company, based in Dallas, said the job cuts would take place in December and throughout 2009. The company also cited a ... But some companies that have hired recruits are postponing their start dates. The deferrals allow companies, which once hired ...
... a telecommunications company headquartered in Machias, Maine has been creating and developing solutions for rural broadband ... Axiom, an Internet Service Provider, specializing in wireless broadband services, offers high quality broadband connections for ... Axiom has brought high-speed Internet service to over 100 regions with over 90 Access Points in Washington County, creating an ... iHASMD was one of only three companies chosen to present at the Mass High Tech s Emerging Technologies Forum on "Health IT and ...
High speed connections are available from satellite providers and cable companies. Residential access to broadband services has ... Consumer Usage of Broadband Internet Services: An Analysis of the Case of Portugal. Do customers have different preferences for ... as authorized by the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Since the launch of the program, much has changed in both the access to ... mobile broadband service is a complement to fixed broadband service in the initial deployment of broadband. Read the paper, "An ...
To facilitate Internet access, we installed three broadband points and three cameras in the NICU at our institution. The ... Installation of the cameras and technical connections were sponsored by our local telecommunication company, SingTel. The ... Parents with knowledge of Internet use and access to Internet service who agreed to abide by the access guidelines were ... We selected only families with Internet access and with knowledge of how to use the Internet for our study, but it has been ...
Overall, CenturyLink has nearly 6 million broadband customers and over 10 million access lines. ... largest telecommunications carriers serving enterprises. The merger further shifted the companys operations toward businesses ... and end-user phone and Internet service. On the consumer side, CenturyLink provides broadband, phone, and/or video service ... Company Profile. Read More. With 450,000 route miles of fiber after its merger with Level 3 Communications at the end of 2017, ...
Sixteen percent of Georgians do not have high-speed internet access, and the vast majority of those broadband deserts are in ... Telecommunications companies have been careful not to extend fiber-optic lines that they dont think will pay for themselves, ... "Having access to broadband is simply keeping up," said Sharon Strover, a University of Texas professor who studies rural ... A recent Pew Research Center study found 73 percent of Americans have broadband access at home. For rural Americans, however, ...
With recent court rulings upholding broadband as a public utility, the Federal Communications Commission must do more to bridge ... p,Rural and urban America differ greatly in their ability to access broadband internet. ... More on Telecommunications & Internet. TechTank The FTC should match tech company innovation with oversight innovation. Tom ... Rural areas have significantly slower internet access, with 39 percent lacking access to broadband of 25/4 Mbps, compared to ...
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- Most new telecommunications and media laws are adopted by Congress as amendments to the Communications Act, including the Cable Act of 1992 and the Telecommunications Act of 1996. (iclg.com)
- The U.S. Schools and Libraries program, commonly known as the "E-rate" program, was created by the FCC in 1997, as authorized by the Telecommunications Act of 1996. (ufl.edu)
- The first commercial internet service providers (ISPs) were granted licenses by the National Telecommunications Committee (CONATEL) in 1996. (freedomhouse.org)
- On February 26, 2015, the FCC ruled in favor of net neutrality by reclassifying broadband as a common carrier under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934 and Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 . (wikipedia.org)
- The passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Pub. (thefreedictionary.com)
- Thanks to one law (the Telecommunications Act of 1996), there is now a diverse communications market in which consumers choose the specific Internet, voice, digital information services and technologies they want from a wide range of providers. (rollcall.com)
- Just as economic activity concentrated along strong infrastructure systems in the past, so too will it continue to concentrate in areas with fast and reliable Internet access. (miamistudent.net)
- Today, the dynamic Chilean telecommunications market possesses the latest infrastructure and regulatory system, as well as the highest penetration rate in fixed lines, mobiles, and Internet in Latin-America. (utstar.com)
- This preserves the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) authority to heavily regulate Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and internet infrastructure to ensure everyone can enjoy equal access to this public utility. (brookings.edu)
- However, the FCC must expand access alongside advances in technology rather than after the fact, satisfying increased demands for faster internet with infrastructure growth. (brookings.edu)
- Crown Castle International Corp., the nation's largest wireless infrastructure company, and Southern Co., the nation's second-largest utility firm, have representatives on the panel. (publicintegrity.org)
- Under this licensing regime, the Commission has licensed 24 public infrastructure provider companies and 35 public service providers. (itu.int)
- In addition, the Commission has encouraged the sharing of infrastructure and introduced a simplified licensing procedure, both serving to boost the entry of new companies into the market. (itu.int)
- From a global perspective, Asia continues to be a leading player, not only in the roll-out of broadband infrastructure, but also in promoting and applying the increased use of broadband to facilitate the digital economy. (researchmoz.us)
- While China leads the region's fixed broadband market by virtue of its sheer numbers, some of the region's smaller markets that are setting the pace with policy initiatives, innovative infrastructure projects and the rapid expansion of online usage. (researchmoz.us)
- We believe we have an opportunity to deploy a novel broadband communications infrastructure. (isoc.org)
- Cisco Systems , the world's largest maker of Internet infrastructure equipment, said yesterday that it would work with the Japanese Internet technology company NEC to develop products to ease online voice transmissions. (nytimes.com)
- Romania wants to offer broadband Internet access to most of it citizens and started Ro-NET to bridge the infrastructure gap. (europa.eu)
- Liberals consider access to a high-speed broadband Internet connection essential infrastructure. (blogspot.com)
- An interesting question posed by another participant brought up the idea of city governments that have expressed interest in building out their own broadband infrastructure, or attracting providers such as Google Fiber. (mashable.com)
- Add to that a world-class transportation infrastructure, robust telecommunications network, and a tech-savvy workforce, and it's easy to see why Virginia is the clear winner. (yesvirginia.org)
- The government will invest N65bn ($137m) as part of a new National Broadband Plan (NBP), with the bulk of the remaining sum to be provided by six private infrastructure companies. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- The ISPs are pinning their hopes on a future expansion of the broadband infrastructure. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- He calls into question the entire premise of trying to rejuvenate the economy by pumping money into highways, broadband, and other infrastructure. (baconsrebellion.com)
- As with the highway construction project before it, the internet infrastructure push has not created a detectable boom. (baconsrebellion.com)
- Several high-profile incidents involving entire communities cut off from broadband access-the result of natural disasters such as Superstorm Sandy in the Northeastern United States in 2012, to totalitarian governments in Egypt and Tunisia shutting down infrastructure in 2011-have raised awareness of the vulnerabilities inherent in a centralized internet. (seenthis.net)
- The facility is expected to offer rack spaces for businesses to collocate their information technology (IT) infrastructure including servers and other equipment with ease while gaining access to fully redundant power, cooling, carrier-grade security, and fire - prevention. (thisdaylive.com)
- The buyer gains detailed knowledge about the telecommunications infrastructure as well as the overview of the national telecom network. (sbwire.com)
- The next section speaks about market analysis which encloses the description of three main topics which are: national broadband plan, government networks, and regional infrastructure. (sbwire.com)
- You'd think that they'd stop caring about goddamned broadband and start worrying about actually getting a stable infrastructure first. (slashdot.org)
- Any investing in broadband infrastructure would be a money hole which would only benefits the pockets of those in power (who undoubtedly will take a graft in exchange for permission of setting up the infrastructure). (slashdot.org)
- Opponents, primarily Internet service and architecture providers, counter rigid network neutrality rules are unnecessary, may reduce investment in broadband infrastructure, and may reduce incentive to develop future applications dampen investment in infrastructure and content for the developing world. (elon.edu)
- On Thursday, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) overturned its 2015 decision that reinstated rules blocking internet service providers (ISPs) from reducing speeds, blocking, or charging more for certain content. (hppr.org)
- Through its Connect America Fund, the FCC subsidizes some of the initial costs of ISPs entering rural markets, helping to bridge the divide in broadband access. (brookings.edu)
- What can/will @FCC do to get rid of state laws protecting incumbent ISPs from having to compete with muni broadband? (mashable.com)
- The important but less publicized issue of wireless-Internet regulation, which differs slightly from that of broadband ISPs, also came up. (mashable.com)
- The Power Line Communications Association (PLCA) was formed in mid-2001 to help utilities and ISPs explore the potential of delivering Internet service over the electric lines that are already in homes throughout the U.S. (internetnews.com)
- At the same time, even though networking technology has evolved, offering users and ISPs high-speed access and backbone links respectively, still today the revolution is far from being complete. (docplayer.net)
- Despite these obstacles, the growth of the broadband market in Nigeria is driven by the young and tech-savvy, and now Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are bringing down the cost of data bundles as competition ramps up. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- The primary internet relies on centralized access points and internet service providers (ISPs) for connectivity. (seenthis.net)
- Nevertheless, despite the uncertainty, Celier says, "Orange now provides access to competing ISPs and service providers in the country on a wholesale basis using the LION cable. (balancingact-africa.com)
- Fixed broadband penetration across the entire Asian region has increased from 7% in 2012 to 11% going into 2018. (researchmoz.us)
- CLARINGTON, ON , May 2, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - The Municipality of Clarington and Bell today announced the rollout of the world's best Internet technology to more than 28,000 Clarington residences and businesses as Bell begins deployment of its all-fibre broadband network throughout the growing Durham Region centre. (yahoo.com)
- Broadband penetration 2 is at less than 20%, with a national broadband programme targeting a penetration of about 30% by 2018. (giswatch.org)
- FERGUS FALLS, Minn. , Dec. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- 'The lack of reliable internet service in rural America is strangling its economy,' says Jeff Smedsrud , CEO of public policy organization Communicating for America (CA). (prnewswire.com)
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- Broadband also supported e-Commerce growth in the country, which led to the emergence of e-Commerce giants like Jumia, Konga and Yudala, before Yudala acquired Konga in February 2018, through its parent company, Zinox Technology Group. (thisdaylive.com)
- Advocates of regulation seem to ignore how regulation would hinder innovation and reduce investment in Internet search. (ufl.edu)
- We have demonstrated a commitment to innovation and efficient operation for the company. (broadcastingcable.com)
- To ensure that the Internet continues to foster the uninhibited exchange that innovation requires, Canada's Internet environment must remain open. (blogspot.com)
- We continue to hope that any rules adopted by the commission will not harm the investment and innovation that has made the Internet what it is today and that will make it even greater tomorrow," Comcast Executive Vice President David L. Cohen said in a statement. (phys.org)
- creating a framework that promotes innovation and consumer choice on the Internet. (phys.org)
- In a relatively short period of time, broadband Internet service has inspired tremendous innovation, which has in turn enabled individual artists and arts organizations to reach new audiences, cultivate patrons and supporters, collaborate with peers, stimulate local economies and enrich cultural and civic discourse. (futureofmusic.org)
- Net neutrality supporters said this paid prioritization would lead to a two-tiered Internet and stifle innovation and online startups, which couldn't afford charges for the faster service. (publicintegrity.org)
- Conservatives disdain the proposal, fearing government regulation over Comcast, AT&T, Time Warner and other access providers would stifle investment and innovation. (eweek.com)
- Founded in 1880, Bell is the country's oldest and largest telecommunications provider and continues to lead the way in Canadian communications with a strategy of unparalleled investment in broadband network and service innovation. (yahoo.com)
- That's less of a problem in most rural areas, said Doug Brake, a telecommunications policy analyst with the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a think tank that includes Microsoft among its donors. (nbcwashington.com)
- One way or another, I am committed to moving a legislative solution, preferably bipartisan, to stop monopoly-era phone regulations that harm Internet consumers and innovation," Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, said in a statement earlier this week. (charlotteobserver.com)
- But Internet innovation could move even faster if Washington policymakers could manage to keep pace with the average American. (rollcall.com)
- That means billions of dollars that should be invested in Internet-based innovation are directed, by Federal Communications Commission rules, into an antiquated phone network that more than two-thirds of Americans have stopped using and thousands more leave behind every day. (rollcall.com)
- Preserve Internet choice, investment and innovation, promote competition and expand access. (elon.edu)
- When talking about access to the Internet, the term "broadband" is used as the Federal Communications Commission standard for connectivity. (miamistudent.net)
- With poor Internet connectivity, economic growth stalls and residents who can afford to leave, the area becomes even less desirable for providers to lay wires. (miamistudent.net)
- Connectivity is now available from more than just wireline telecommunications carriers. (ufl.edu)
- In a legal filing in July 2016, SpaceX included a line of a report by Unesco's Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development: "4.2 billion people (or 57% of the world's population) are offline for a wide range of reasons, but often also because the necessary connectivity is not present or not affordable. (businessinsider.com)
- Kansas' connectivity rate is better than the national rate, but the lack of internet access can deter people from moving to and working remotely from rural areas, where populations are generally declining. (kmuw.org)
- the internet, email, intranet and business applications on mobile devices, as well as Vodafone's high-speed data card, which provides wireless laptop connectivity. (scoop.co.nz)
- The Nigerian government has woken up to the key role of internet connectivity in boosting economic growth. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- While the number of internet users is growing, those with access to broadband are blighted by the high cost of data and stuttering connectivity. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- This is a major initiative that has been years in the making, and we're very excited that our community will have access to state-of-the-art broadband connectivity, a service that is no longer a wish but rather a necessity. (yahoo.com)
- I share Bailey's skepticism about how local governments have tried to jump-start broadband connectivity. (baconsrebellion.com)
- The peer-to-peer architecture comprising community wireless networks provides ideal conditions for fostering civic engagement and eliminating the need to rely on telecommunications companies for connectivity. (seenthis.net)
- secondly, for companies, for whom this new connectivity will increase their competitiveness, benefiting from media and trade. (balancingact-africa.com)
- There are even more people that do not have any internet access, and with a rapidly growing population, connectivity demand will be at an all time high very soon. (broadlink.co.za)
- In the future there are going to be 10-billion to 20-billion devices attached to the internet - as many devices as there are people in the world, each driving the need for connectivity. (nextbillion.net)
- MS Comment: Actually 100% of MS public libraries have broadband connectivity. (ala.org)
- NC comment: I reviewed several e-rate technology inventories for rural libraries from the 2004-2007 tech plan submission and all the I checked indicated DSL or better connectivity - I saw no libraries still using dial-up Internet access. (ala.org)
- Mozambique Telecom report provides complete analysis and outlook of the country's mobile, fixed landline and broadband service markets. (marketresearch.com)
- Suvi Linden, the country's communications minister, said the internet was part of everyday life for Finnish people and that high speed internet access was a priority for the government. (prisonplanet.com)
- The remoteness of many of the rural settlements, combined with the country's low gross domestic product , low average revenue per user , and low use of computers, makes providing Internet access to these geographically challenging areas commercially unattractive. (europa.eu)
- The Ro-NET project is part of the Romania's broadband plan , which in turn is one of the components of the country's Digital Agenda . (europa.eu)
- The Speedtest Global Index ranks Nigeria 115th out of 140 countries for mobile speeds, while the country's ranking for its fixed broadband is 149th out of 177. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- MANILA, Philippines-Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT), the country's largest telecommunications company, is spending another P1.8 billion next year to bring "ultra-fast" fiber-optic Internet connections to two million Filipino homes. (inquirer.net)
- including low cost PSTN access and free calling to over 440+ million Skype users.Chapter 1: Overview Digium's Skype for Asterisk™ (SfA) is an add-on channel driver for Asterisk based systems. (scribd.com)
- Indeed, while the Internet has definitively been accepted as the only data communication network, the large majority of voice traffic is originated from circuit-oriented networks through the old Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). (docplayer.net)
- The Communications Act of 1934, as amended (Communications Act), codified as Title 47 of the U.S. Code, is the primary statute governing regulation of the telecommunications and media industries, including governance of the FCC, an independent ( i.e. , non-executive) federal agency. (iclg.com)
- A regional regulatory taskforce has been established to set up frameworks and standards for inter-State access and pricing regulation of sea cable systems. (itu.int)
- Sohn left no doubt that FCC chairman Tom Wheeler believes the Internet requires regulation to thrive. (mashable.com)
- WASHINGTON, September 22, 2010 - BroadbandBreakfast.com on Wednesday released the video, for free, of the first Broadband Breakfast Club event of the monthly event foum's third season, on the issue of net neutrality and broadband regulation. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- included a medley of almost all conceivable views about broadband regulation. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- While the term is new, the ideas underlying net neutrality have a long pedigree in telecommunications practice and regulation. (wikipedia.org)
- A text specifically for readers new to the whole subject of telecommunications, and professional telecommunications managers who need an introduction and reference work on all aspects of technology, operational techniques and regulation. (wiley.com)
- The California tech company has long supported regulation intended to prevent Internet providers from slowing down or speeding up certain types of Internet traffic. (charlotteobserver.com)
- Some broadband providers - the former local phone companies such as AT&T and Verizon - are compelled by regulation to maintain the old phone network on par with the new. (rollcall.com)
- Internet speeds crashed to abysmally low speeds, and some professors even canceled classes. (miamistudent.net)
- The FCC in 2015 redefined broadband as connections with 25 megabits per second (Mbps) download speeds and 4 Mbps upload speeds. (brookings.edu)
- Customers of Ricochet, which costs $75 to $80 a month and is already available in San Diego, Atlanta, Seattle and Washington, get Internet access from laptop computers and some hand-held devices at higher speeds than are normally available on dial-up connections. (nytimes.com)
- Earlier this year, some Kansans testified before the Statewide Broadband Expansion Planning Task Force about painfully slow internet speeds. (kmuw.org)
- Delivering symmetrical Internet access speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) now, Bell FTTP is the most advanced network technology of its kind, designed to ultimately deliver speeds of 40 Gbps and beyond in future. (yahoo.com)
- You need to drive 45 minutes to find the nearest 'gigabit city' - one where you can download a high-definition movie in a few seconds, at speeds dozens if not hundreds of times faster than many broadband Internet users are willing to pay for. (baltimoresun.com)
- Such speeds are seen as increasingly important as consumers and businesses use more devices to tap more and more data from the Internet. (baltimoresun.com)
- TX comment: We do not have any data that is more current than the Florida State PL & Internet Survey from September 2006 that indicates that 74% of the 225 Texas libraries sampled in the survey have internet connection speeds greater than 256Kbps. (ala.org)
- Rostelecom's subscriber base at the end of the quarter (including National Telecommunications, acquired at the start of the year) came to 6.98 million households. (rt.com)
- A Liberal government will provide $500 million in support, allowing Canada to achieve basic high-speed Internet access for all Canadian households within three years. (blogspot.com)
- In the pilot stage, 24 households and companies were connected, with the option to easily expand the number of customers in the future. (zyxel.com)
- This market report provides a comprehensive overview of the fixed broadband segment of the the 34 telecoms markets across the Asia. (researchmoz.us)
- In early February Pantami condemned the rises as "disheartening" and said they would result in increased costs for the telecoms companies that would be passed on to consumers. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- The increased broadband penetration also enhanced telecoms subscriptions. (thisdaylive.com)
- It is titled as " Ireland Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses" and it provides a professional overview of the sector, which is presently the focus of active market experts. (sbwire.com)
- The company is not a common carrier because it does not transport information (the underlying telecom companies perform that function) and does not charge exploitive prices. (ufl.edu)
- The bill is a fig-leaf, granting blanket immunity to the telecom companies for illegal acts. (ontheissues.org)
- The United States Telecom Association, which represents large telecom companies, filed a lawsuit against the FCC in 2015 challenging the net neutrality rule. (wikipedia.org)
- Ramanathan said this technology could prove cheaper than existing methods, such as laying down fiber-optic cables, but telecom companies will still need subsidies to make it economical. (nbcwashington.com)
- WASHINGTON, Wednesday, November 21st, 2012 - The internet policy news and events service BroadbandBreakfast.com held its November 2012 Broadband Breakfast Club "The International Telecommunications Union Year-End Meeting and the Global Open Internet" on Tuesday, November 20th, 2012 at Clyde's of Gallery Place, 707 7th St. NW, Washington, DC 20001 from 8 am - 10 am. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- According to the FCC's 2016 Broadband Progress Report , 10 percent of Americans lack access to broadband by this definition. (brookings.edu)
- The second, in 2016, took the theme "Internet of Our Choice: Empowering Women and Protecting Children Online", which aimed to mainstream gender and child rights in internet governance discussions. (giswatch.org)
- 19 million Americans still don't have access to broadband internet, including much of the High Plains region. (hppr.org)
- Roughly two-thirds of rural Americans have a broadband internet connection at home, Pew suggests. (hppr.org)
- That's a much higher rate than just ten years ago, when only one-third of rural Americans had broadband at home. (hppr.org)
- The initiative would give Americans access to a limited number of websites for free. (hppr.org)
- A federal court's decision concerning a broadband internet case could have wide-ranging implications for rural Americans. (hppr.org)
- However, for close to 10 percent of all Americans and 40 percent of rural Americans, living with incredibly slow or no Internet service at all is a daily reality that is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore. (miamistudent.net)
- With so many politicians vying for the critical swing -state rural voter, few to none talk about broadband access for rural Americans. (miamistudent.net)
- The Chairman will seek to restore the status quo as it existed prior to the court decision in order to fulfill the previously stated agenda of extending broadband to all Americans, protecting consumers, ensuring fair competition, and preserving a free and open Internet," the official said in a statement. (washingtonpost.com)
- The House must decide today whether to uphold the rule of law & the supremacy of the Constitution or whether to protect & reward the lawless behavior of the administration and of the telecommunications companies that participated in its clearly illegal program of spying on innocent Americans. (ontheissues.org)
- Roughly 39 percent of rural Americans lack access to high-speed broadband, compared with just four percent of urban Americans, according to a recent Federal Communications Commission report. (prnewswire.com)
- Microsoft plans to partner with rural telecommunications providers in 12 states stretching from Washington to Maine to get about 2 million rural Americans connected to high-speed internet over the next five years. (nbcwashington.com)
- At the end of 2007 NCC has entered the market of broadband Internet access in Moscow. (wikipedia.org)
- On Friday there were 4158 companies with 'abnormal' market making, 2002 companies with positive Friction Factors and 3683 companies with negative Friction Factors. (tmcnet.com)
- Although privately owned companies do exist, the state dominates the internet market through the National Telephone Company of Venezuela (CANTV). (freedomhouse.org)
- Through detailed analysis of the current market conditions and industry trends, the report analyzes the St. Vincent and the Grenadines telecommunications sector. (researchandmarkets.com)
- Further, industry dynamics, SWOT Analysis of the market and changing business scenario of St. Vincent and the Grenadines telecommunications industry is included. (researchandmarkets.com)
- According to AC&M Consulting, Rostelecom had cornered 42% of Russia's fixed-line broadband market with the company market share in net connections reached 22% in the first quarter of 2011. (rt.com)
- Through detailed analysis of the current market conditions and industry trends, the report analyzes the British Virgin Islands telecommunications sector. (researchandmarkets.com)
- Further, industry dynamics, SWOT Analysis of the market and changing business scenario of British Virgin Islands telecommunications industry is included. (researchandmarkets.com)
- The company thinks such a market is worth tens - if not hundreds - of billions of dollars a year and will only grow as more people get online. (businessinsider.com)
- In particular, Asia continues to be the dominant player globally in the FttX broadband market, with countries such as South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore, all world leaders in this market. (researchmoz.us)
- market analysis and fixed broadband subscriber data. (researchmoz.us)
- It has transformed its budget implementation bill into a Trojan horse and opened up the Canadian telecommunications market to foreign companies while Canadians are worrying about their old age security and their shattered retirement dreams. (openparliament.ca)
- Chairman knows free market won't protect open internet. (mashable.com)
- Proponents say the rules would prevent phone and cable companies from abusing their control over the market for broadband access. (phys.org)
- If (and some would say when) Internet radio overtakes terrestrial broadcasting in listenership, this means that "fair market" webcasting rates may end up being lower than those currently negotiated under the statutory license. (futureofmusic.org)
- For the fourth year, Broadband Communities presents a Top 100 list dedicated to companies that serve the MDU market. (bbpmag.com)
- Though only a minority of the companies on this list focus exclusively on the MDU market, most have sales divisions or specialized offerings that address this market and cater to its needs. (bbpmag.com)
- The company continues to lead New Zealand's mobile market with a 52.5% market share. (scoop.co.nz)
- Philippines: Operator Partnerships and National Broadband Initiatives Drive Telecom Digital Transformation provides an executive-level overview of the telecommunications market in Thailand today, with detailed forecasts of key indicators up to 2020. (researchmoz.us)
- We have a legacy of representing companies bringing to market breakthrough products and technologies and frequently argue cases that fall in new areas of law, brought about by technological developments. (coloradotechnology.org)
- Correspondingly, the highly, engaging report initially begins with the wonderful overview of the telecommunications market. (sbwire.com)
- The reader can also gain knowledge about the broadband market precisely with the presence of introduction and statistical overview. (sbwire.com)
- MRH's expansive collection of Telecommunications Market Research Reports has been carefully curated to help key personnel and decision makers across industry verticals to clearly visualize their operating environment and take strategic steps. (sbwire.com)
- By the end of 2012, internet penetration in Venezuela had reached 44 percent. (freedomhouse.org)
- This figure excludes internet connections mediated by mobile phones, for which there are no official numbers, indicating that penetration may be even higher. (freedomhouse.org)
- Fixed broadband penetration is expected to only increase modestly in these markets over the next few years to 2023, while the growth will come from the less developed markets such as India. (researchmoz.us)
- However, penetration rates are never expected to reach the high levels seen in the more mature developed nations as developing nations have typically bypassed fixed line access and moved directly to mobile access. (researchmoz.us)
- Broadband penetration is directly proportional to GDP. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- A 2019 study by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) argues that a 10% increase in mobile broadband penetration yields a 2% increase in GDP in low-income countries, and an increase of 2.5% of GDP per capita. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- Increased broadband penetration has other positive impacts, including reducing rural to urban migration. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- Since both cables landed in Lagos to complement SAT 3 submarine cable that is jointly owned by a consortium of stakeholders, including the defunct Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL), broadband penetration has risen from six per cent to 35.1 per cent. (thisdaylive.com)
- Broadband subscriptions, which have also been on the increase, rose from 63.2 million in May this year with a broadband penetration level of 33.13 per cent, to 67 million subscriptions in August this year, with a broadband penetration level of 35.1 per cent. (thisdaylive.com)
- Their agency noted that the rate for broadband penetration is below 1% in many poor countries, with monthly costs higher than the average monthly income. (slashdot.org)
- The association is funded by membership dues and will be lobbying to make it easier for utilities and others to deploy PLC Internet service to communities that would otherwise have no broadband at all. (internetnews.com)
- This required the LTSC to deploy additional access points, leading to signal interference. (seenthis.net)
- Axiom Technologies, a telecommunications company headquartered in Machias, Maine has been creating and developing solutions for rural broadband deployment since 2005. (onlineprnews.com)
- When the Federal Communications Commission went looking this year for experts to sit on an advisory committee regarding deployment of high-speed internet, Gary Carter thought he would be a logical choice. (publicintegrity.org)
- That experience seemed to be a good match for the proposed Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee (BDAC), which FCC Chairman Ajit Pai created this year. (publicintegrity.org)
- The same lopsided ratio can be found on the BDAC's four working groups that will propose changes to telecommunications policies that Pai views as barriers to broadband deployment. (publicintegrity.org)
- That's not a reference to politics: It's what the state looks like on the Federal Communications Commission's Fixed Broadband Deployment map. (kmuw.org)
- How do you think broadband deployment is working in Idaho? (ala.org)
- Please find attached comments pertaining to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Broadband Initiatives. (doc.gov)
- The Bell Let's Talk initiative promotes Canadian mental health with national awareness and anti-stigma campaigns like Bell Let's Talk Day and provides significant funding for community care and access, research and workplace initiatives in every region. (yahoo.com)
- This conviction has led to a series of initiatives, some misguided and some on target, to bring broadband to this isolated region. (baconsrebellion.com)
- While the LTSC (2010) invested nearly $3 million in broadband-related initiatives, the center neglected to seek meaningful participation from the wider Little Tokyo community. (seenthis.net)
- Over the past few years, major American telecommunications companies have shown little interest in expanding broadband into rural America, saying such expansion isn't cost effective. (hppr.org)
- It has made efforts in recent years to expand the Connect America Fund, providing funding to create broadband access for over 7 million consumers over the next 6 years. (brookings.edu)
- HISPASAT is comprised of companies that have a presence in Spain as well as in Latin America, where its Brazilian affiliate HISPAMAR is based. (broadcastingcable.com)
- People that live in rural areas are more connected to the internet than they've ever been, but they still lag well-behind their urban and suburban counterparts in access to high-speed Internet, according to data from the Pew Research Center . (hppr.org)
- According to data provided by the consultancy firm Tendencias Digitales (Digital Tendencies), more than 50 percent of internet users in Venezuela are under 25 years old. (freedomhouse.org)
- Rep. LOFGREN: CISPA could allow any private company to share vast amounts of sensitive, private data about its customers with the government. (ontheissues.org)
- But federal grant funding for expanding rural internet service uses FCC census block data, which in rural and remote areas are larger and may even be measured by square miles. (kmuw.org)
- The census block data can lead to long and costly application processes for providers like Rainbow Telecommunications. (kmuw.org)
- Now with the rapid growth of the Internet , telecommunications has expanded to include data networks. (encyclopedia.com)
- The newest technologies in telecommunications are wireless devices and handhelds and wireless data plans. (encyclopedia.com)
- It's difficult to tell how many employers, if any, have decided to relocate to Southwestern Virginia due to better access to high speed data networks. (baconsrebellion.com)
- Last month, the Supreme Court of California may have decided the future of the public's access to "smart city" data without knowing it. (stanford.edu)
- A demand profile: analysis as well as historical figures and forecasts of service revenue from the fixed telephony, broadband, mobile voice, mobile data. (researchmoz.us)
- Headquartered in Oceanport, New Jersey, CommVault is a publicly traded data management software company passionately committed to giving companies a better way to organize, protect, and access business information. (coloradotechnology.org)
- How will broadband speed, pricing and usage data be properly incorporated? (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- In this capacity, she is responsible for the development of the National Broadband Map and oversees the grants program to support broadband data collection and state broadband capacity and leadership efforts in all 56 states and U.S. territories. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- Adam is currently the President and co-founder of ID Insight, which is an innovative data and analytics company serving over 600 banking institutions, e-commerce providers and many of the largest broadband providers in the country. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- Field Assessments, Information Sharing, Data Driven Decision Support, Logistics and myriad other data solutions (Computers, Laptops, Smart Phones and More) - The emergence of the internet and various technical approaches to connecting one user to many others has created many opportunities for much more efficient and timely response. (nethope.org)
- The social media giant is working with rural Internet providers on a program called Free Basics. (hppr.org)
- They said doing so would create more regulatory burden from broadband providers. (washingtonpost.com)
- The lawmakers said if the FCC defined broadband as a telecommunications service, it would have to strip Internet access providers of rules that apply to phone companies. (washingtonpost.com)
- The decision comes after a federal court decision created strong doubts that the FCC would be able to carry out portions of its national broadband plan and its proposed net neutrality rule, which would require all broadband providers to treat traffic equally on their networks. (washingtonpost.com)
- iHASMD can markedly improve physician productivity and efficiency, while helping patients to reduce unnecessary travel and providing increased access to their healthcare providers. (onlineprnews.com)
- This approach enables rural patients and providers to access specialists that are mainly available to urban areas, said Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Michael Miller. (onlineprnews.com)
- iHASMD is marketed to healthcare providers (hospitals, health systems and clinics), insurance companies and self-payers (employers) who are looking to reduce costs while improving productivity, efficiency, quality and satisfaction. (onlineprnews.com)
- High speed connections are available from satellite providers and cable companies. (ufl.edu)
- The computer and access to the internet are components of a single service with modern providers. (rt.com)
- AP) -- Federal regulators took an important step Thursday toward prohibiting broadband providers from favoring or discriminating against certain kinds of Internet traffic. (phys.org)
- Republican commissioner Robert McDowell said he remains unconvinced that broadband providers are engaging in widespread anticompetitive behavior that requires government intervention. (phys.org)
- The broadband providers insist they need flexibility to keep their networks running smoothly. (phys.org)
- The FCC then changed its analysis, reclassified retail providers of BIAS as common carriers, and adopted revised open Internet requirements. (wikipedia.org)
- The U.S.'s top Internet overseer today voted to bar Internet providers from charging some companies more than others for faster delivery of movies, music and other web content. (publicintegrity.org)
- The classification will allow the FCC to impose so-called open Internet rules, also referred to as net neutrality , which require both cable and wireless Internet providers to treat all web content the same. (publicintegrity.org)
- Last year, the biggest broadband providers and associations that represent them spent $88 million alone on lobbying Congress and federal agencies on all kinds of issues, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. (publicintegrity.org)
- But in November, President Barack Obama released a video calling on the independent agency to classify Internet providers as a utility. (publicintegrity.org)
- Google, Facebook, Netflix and other Internet content providers supported strong net neutrality rules. (publicintegrity.org)
- That, taken with the nearly 4 million comments the FCC received, the majority of which were in support of net neutrality, led Wheeler to choose to reclassify Internet providers as common carriers, like telephone companies, under what is known as Title II of the Communications Act. (publicintegrity.org)
- FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski May 6 laid down new rules for applying narrow regulations to broadband providers, which should please Internet companies such as Google even as it threatens Comcast and Cablevision. (eweek.com)
- The product of many millions of dollars of investment, this map includes the identities of broadband providers on a Census block-by-Census block basis. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- That would dramatically expand regulators' power over the industry by requiring providers to act in the public's interest and enabling the FCC to fine companies found to be employing "unreasonable" business practices. (charlotteobserver.com)
- Whenever possible, response organizations utilize internet connections enabled by local providers as they are the most readily available and the most cost effective. (nethope.org)
- Energoaqua turned to SYNERGY, with which it has a long-standing working relationship in the area of active LAN elements and structuring cabling systems (metallic and optical), and which is also a partner company of ZyXEL, the world's largest supplier of DSL routers, as well as a specialized firm in the area of broadband Internet access. (zyxel.com)
- The Association argued that the FCC's classification of broadband carriers as "common carriers" was a form of administrative overreach. (wikipedia.org)
- Under the " third way broadband framework ," Genachowski said the FCC will recognize the transmission component of broadband access service as a telecommunications service and apply only the six sections of Title II that were believed to be within the FCC's purview for broadband. (eweek.com)
- The telecommunications sector is not subject to significant regulatory barriers to entry and generally is open to foreign investment. (iclg.com)
- For satellite, broadcast TV, and radio companies, special regulatory requirements apply for foreign entities seeking a greater than 25% interest. (iclg.com)
- The Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority made broadband access a legal right for all citizens in 2009, requiring telecommunications companies to provide the service and allowed companies to utilize government subsidies for the installation in remote or unprofitable areas. (miamistudent.net)
- One source with knowledge of the discussions in the FCC this week said a letter from Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) and Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) supporting reclassification provided political support for the FCC to shift Internet lines to a more regulatory framework but with lighter regulations. (washingtonpost.com)
- It would 1) apply to broadband transmission service only the small handful of Title II provisions that, prior to the Comcast decision, were widely believed to be within the Commission's purview, and 2) would have broad up-front forbearance and meaningful boundaries to guard against regulatory overreach," the official said in a statement. (washingtonpost.com)
- Just a couple of months ago, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler had been working on a lighter regulatory net neutrality proposal that would have allowed companies to pay extra for priority access. (publicintegrity.org)
- Universal telephone access has been met by means of policies established by government regulatory bodies. (encyclopedia.com)
- The regulatory environment and trends: a review of the regulatory setting and agenda for the next 18-24 months as well as relevant developments pertaining to spectrum licensing, SIM registration, national broadband plans, number portability and more. (researchmoz.us)
- Anne has extensive experience in legislative and regulatory environments, focusing on broadband, digital inclusion and Internet issues. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- Broadband is a capital-intensive industry in a regulatory risk-burdened field. (elon.edu)
- From today, all Finns will have the right to a 1 megabit per second (Mbps) broadband connection. (prisonplanet.com)
- Rural areas have significantly slower internet access, with 39 percent lacking access to broadband of 25/4 Mbps, compared to only 4 percent for urban areas. (brookings.edu)
- Raytheon and Angel recently conducted a demonstration of the first commercial wireless broadband link from ground to a moving aircraft, a 50-mile round trip connection of 52 Mbps (OC-1 rate). (isoc.org)
- Our first-class teleport facility also provides an excellent home base for companies requiring local and regional fiber connections and Internet access with best possible IP routes. (prweb.com)
- The repressive laws were rolled back at the end of January under pressure from the opposition and protesters, but tension continued under the threat of Russian invasion, as internet access was temporarily cut off in Crimea and local activists were challenged by pro-Russian forces. (freedomhouse.org)
- Installation of the cameras and technical connections were sponsored by our local telecommunication company, SingTel. (thepermanentejournal.org)
- In order to offer ADSL, access points(DSLAMs) must first be installed in local telephone switchboards. (zyxel.com)
- At one time, the term " telecommunications " denoted the long-distance connection that linked television networks to their affiliates and the long-distance connections that linked telephone networks to local switching centers. (encyclopedia.com)
- Local phone companies objected to competitors coming into their territories, especially densely populated urban and suburban locations with large client bases. (encyclopedia.com)
- The local telephone markets are dominated by the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs), such as Verizon, BellSouth, and SBC Communications. (encyclopedia.com)
- The author came away impressed by some of the entrepreneurs who want to bring broadband to the region, but not so impressed by the efforts of local government officials, who don't know what they're doing. (baconsrebellion.com)
- If we can develop call centers between local private companies and entities abroad, Madagascar can soon become another Business Process Outsourcing center. (balancingact-africa.com)
- The project is providing free internet for local students to access educational websites, and charging customers who want expanded service. (nbcnewyork.com)
- This week Governor Sam Brownback announced that about 300 schools in Kansas, most of them in rural areas, will be equipped with fiber-optic connections to provide high-speed Internet access to students. (hppr.org)
- Under the new law, telecommunications companies will be obliged to provide all citizens with broadband lines that can run at a minimum of 1Mbps. (prisonplanet.com)
- The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission has decided to reclassify portions of broadband as a telecommunications service, allowing the FCC to carry out a net neutrality rule by putting the companies that provide Internet access more concretely under its control. (washingtonpost.com)
- Companies often have to lay their own fiber or cable to provide internet access, requiring extensive infrastructural investment. (brookings.edu)
- A third-generation (3G) mobile broadband service was launched in major cities in March 2008 by Uganda Telecom Mobile, and Orange Uganda has said it plans to provide a 3G service within 2009. (itu.int)
- 7.3m Ka-band earth station will provide access to the HTS spot beam capacity. (broadcastingcable.com)
- Maxis Communications had generator sets for its telecommunications equipment that provide coverage for the Cyberjaya community, but the generator sets are only capable of providing backup power for between three to four hours. (itworldcanada.com)
- However, whether property owners deal directly or indirectly with these companies, they all provide solutions that property owners should be aware of. (bbpmag.com)
- Direct access to Interstates 64 and 81 will provide the company with convenient access to customers in the Northeast and Midwest markets, and close proximity to Virginia's world-class port system will allow Balchem to easily serve its international customers. (yesvirginia.org)
- Over the past couple of years, the U.S. government and Microsoft have been fighting a legal battle over whether Microsoft has to provide customers' email that is stored on company servers located in Ireland. (stanford.edu)
- Microsoft has tried using the TV buffer zones, or white space, to provide broadband internet in several countries. (nbcwashington.com)
- While these studies provide support for the value of contributing to society, they do not offer a blueprint for how companies can actually go about this. (bcg.com)
- SpaceX is looking to win an increasingly competitive race to establish fast, pervasive, and affordable internet access. (businessinsider.com)
- These companies want a high quality and reliable service provided on a global basis - a service increasingly based on broadband via both traditional networks and the Internet. (elgaronline.com)
- The internet is also fast becoming a major field in an information war with Russia, with activists and journalists cooperating to debunk Russian propaganda and verify key facts about the events in Ukraine for the rest of the world. (freedomhouse.org)
- HAVANA (AP) _ Cuba says it is launching its first broadband home Internet service, a potentially major step forward in bringing the island online. (q13fox.com)
- Sutich said the lighting-up of Southern Cross was a major milestone for Australasian telecommunications. (internetnews.com)
- To learn why major defense companies such as DRS Technologies, Northrop Grumman, ITT Exelis and ATK have all recently selected the Commonwealth for their headquarters location, click here . (yesvirginia.org)
- Analysts believe President Muhammadu Buhari's government has woken up to the necessity for broadband growth as a major pillar for national development, as he seeks to diversify an economy overly reliant on commodity exports. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- This major reference work provides a thorough and up-to-date survey and analysis of recent developments in the economics of telecommunications. (elgaronline.com)
- Major telecommunication companies, ICT firms and other internet-dependent companies do not seem to see any value in participating in the national IGF. (giswatch.org)
- The farm economy has been in a major recession, coupled with a lack of economic development opportunity because of inadequate internet service. (prnewswire.com)
- Earlier this year, I wrote that the wiretap numbers reported by the Administrative Office (AO) of the US Courts in its 2014 Wiretap Report and those disclosed in transparency reports by the major telecommunications companies just didn't add up. (stanford.edu)
- Proponents claim they are trying to preserve the Internet as we know it, but it would represent a major change. (elon.edu)
- The wireless telecommunications subsector has a total revenue of over $260 billion. (iclg.com)
- More than three out of four seats on the BDAC are filled by business-friendly representatives from the biggest wireless and cable companies such as AT&T Inc., Comcast Corp., Sprint Corp., and TDS Telecom. (publicintegrity.org)
- According to UCC, mobile wireless Internet accounts have continued to grow, rising to an estimated 215 000 by March 2009, compared with about 22 000 fixed-line subscriptions. (itu.int)
- This is the all-you-can-eat wireless experience, far beyond the mockery of Internet applications available on cell phones," Timothy Dreisbach, Metricom's chairman, said. (nytimes.com)
- The FOA CPCT Certified Premises Cabling Technician certification has been growing in popularity, in part because it's the only premises cabling certification that places appropriate emphasis on competence in copper, fiber and wireless technologies - mandatory for today's premises cabling techs, and in part because the economy has caused many cabling companies to reduce their training programs, requiring installers to look elsewhere. (foa.org)
- Telkom SA SOC Ltd. is a wireline and wireless telecommunications provider in South Africa , operating in more than 38 countries across the African continent. (wikipedia.org)
- The old phone system rules still see the world in silos - phone companies deliver voice service and are heavily regulated, cable companies offer TV and are unregulated, and wireless companies sell unreliable voice service that regulators discount as a competitor to wired phone service. (rollcall.com)
- This report focuses primarily on the overall status of internet freedom in Ukraine from May 2013 through May 2014. (freedomhouse.org)
- The term telecommunications primarily applies to the long-distance carriers, such as AT&T, MCI, and Sprint, which carry transmissions and route calls between switching centers. (encyclopedia.com)
- Finland has made access to broadband connections to the internet a legal right for every one of its citizens in the first legislation of its kind anywhere in the world. (prisonplanet.com)
- State telecommunications company ETECSA announced Sunday night that it would allow Cubans to order home service through fiber optic connections operated with Chinese telecom operator Huawei. (q13fox.com)
- There are well over 300 million people that are 50km away from fibre or cable broadband connections and this has a detrimental affect on connection quality. (broadlink.co.za)
- Until this service, there was no way for vessels to access mobile telecom and Internet coverage globally and automatically unless they utilized satellite phone service, which is charged on a usage basis and is very expensive,' notes Jaime Munera, Director of Product Development for NewCom International. (prweb.com)
- With the Mini-VSAT Broadband Service, we can offer high-speed mobile Internet access anywhere in the world for an economical, flat-rate price. (prweb.com)
- Forecasts of users in mobile segment, landline segment and broadband segment are provided from 2005 to 2025. (researchandmarkets.com)
- This comparison is based on a number of parameters such as fixed broadband and mobile broadband. (researchmoz.us)
- The founder of telecommunications company Mobile Communications, has investments that include Eromanga Hydrocarbons. (smartcompany.com.au)
- PLCA staff members are also active in the established American Mobile Telecommunications Association . (internetnews.com)
- In 2004, the Department of Communications redefined the Electronics Communications Act, which consolidated and redefined the landscape of telecommunications licensing in South Africa (both mobile and fixed). (wikipedia.org)
- The increasing prevalence of smartphones meant more mobile devices accessing Little Tokyo Unplugged. (seenthis.net)
- Telma's CEO Patrick Pisal Hamida says that the company will introduce innovations like mobile TV and Triple Play in the mid-term but no immediate service changes are planned. (balancingact-africa.com)
- The audio-visual media distribution sector includes traditional multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs), such as cable and telephone companies, broadcast television stations, and online video distributors. (iclg.com)
- But the trend has already been set by cable-TV companies partnering with long-distance companies and using their cables to offer phone, TV, premium TV, digital music, Internet access, and e-mail bundles. (encyclopedia.com)
- Genachowski also said the approach will forbid the FCC from regulating rates charged by telephone and cable companies for Internet service. (eweek.com)
- According to the company, following the landing at the Grand Bassam beach in Abidjan, the cable would be connected to an existing branching unit on the MainOne cable trunk already strategically located offshore. (thisdaylive.com)
- Phone and cable companies compete head-to-head in the offering of voice, video and Internet access. (rollcall.com)
- Comcast, the largest Internet access provider, reported over 26.5 million broadband subscribers, while AT&T claimed 14.5 million. (iclg.com)
- Broadband channels to subscribers in adjacent beams will be separated in frequency. (isoc.org)
- The Ireland telecom sector is booming due to the innovative technological advances and the demand for better internet speed among subscribers. (sbwire.com)
- Freedom on the Net focuses on internet freedom developments as they pertain to internet users within each of the 65 countries under study. (freedomhouse.org)
- This is a site license, allowing all users within a given geographical location of your organisation access to the product. (researchandmarkets.com)
- It is illegal for companies or individuals to use computer viruses-so-called Trojan horses-to install software on computers when users want nothing to do with it. (openparliament.ca)
- We can now expect to see large scale uptake of broadband access, enabling users to fully utilize technologies such as video and audio streaming. (internetnews.com)
- But its rapidly expanding population of 200m - which includes over 40m smartphone owners - means the country is ranked inside the top 10 highest number of internet users in the world, according to Internet World Stats. (africanbusinessmagazine.com)
- For over 10 years Icon Labs has been building intelligent, networked devices for industry leaders in the Telecommunications, Networking, Medical Equipment and Consumer Electronics Industries. (bioportfolio.com)
- In addition, changing patterns, key strategies being opted by companies in current shifting industry scenarios are detailed in the research work. (marketresearch.com)
- Further, industry competition structure and profiles of leading five companies in Mozambique telecom sector are analyzed in detail in the report. (marketresearch.com)
- The groups consist of BDAC members as well as additional people the FCC appointed, mostly from the telecommunications industry. (publicintegrity.org)
- The one-two punch delivered by the FCC against the telecommunications industry today is a reversal. (publicintegrity.org)
- Telecommunications is the largest communications sector in the United States, with a total revenue of over $600 billion. (iclg.com)
- The FCC has been responsible for universal service of telecommunications since its inception in 1934, creating equal access to communications like phone service. (brookings.edu)
- Musk's company has filed several documents with the Federal Communications Commission related to an early test of Starlink involving the launch of two small telecommunications satellites called Microsat-2a and Microsat-2b. (businessinsider.com)
- HISPASAT is one of the world's largest companies in its sector in terms of revenue, and the main communications bridge between Europe and the Americas. (broadcastingcable.com)
- If all goes as planned in a complex series of mergers in the last quarter of this year, Craig O. McCaw will control just over 60 percent of the stock of the new satellite company to be created from the merger of the formerly bankrupt ICO Global Communications and Mr. McCaw's Teledesic , according to documents filed yesterday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. (nytimes.com)
- VideoMost ® software allows for fast set up of multipoint video conferencing without any specialized equipment, using standard PC with Internet access, while ensuring a high-quality communications. (videomost.com)
- The groups behind these comments believe strongly that the Federal Communications Commission ( FCC ) must safeguard an open and accessible Internet for many reasons, including our sector's ability to inspire new generations of cultural ambassadors, creators, and innovators using the most important communications platform in history. (futureofmusic.org)
- Following this ruling in Verizon Communications Inc. v. FCC (2014), the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) received 3.7 million comments urging it to change classification of the Internet to a telecommunications service, which would allow the FCC to uphold net neutrality. (wikipedia.org)
- They have been regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in order to ensure fair pricing and access. (wikipedia.org)
- This massive deregulation allows companies involved with mass communications to compete and to combine more freely. (thefreedictionary.com)
- Currently, the association's membership consists of 12 utility companies plus some vendors, such as main.Net Communications . (internetnews.com)
- The National Broadband Map was released by the Commerce Department and the Federal Communications Commission on February 17, 2011. (broadbandbreakfast.com)
- FCC officials are hoping to erase the legal ambiguity by no longer classifying the Internet as an "information service" but a "telecommunications service" subject to Title II of the 1934 Communications Act. (charlotteobserver.com)
- Without dictating specific technologies or micro-managing how communications competitors meet their obligations, we should insist that every American have access to reliable service. (rollcall.com)
- Investment in and expansion of the private ICT sector are complicated by disadvantageous competition with CANTV, foreign currency exchange control, and the difficulty private companies face when they attempt to repatriate their earnings. (freedomhouse.org)
- The Commission figures show a remarkable improvement in the telecommunications sector, both in capacity and distribution. (itu.int)
- There are two main categories of licences in the telecommunications sector under a licensing regime introduced in 2006. (itu.int)
- The research report revealed that between 80 to 90% of the population in Malawi access justice in the informal sector. (studymode.com)
- As new research emerges on the importance of faster and better broadband for the SME sector, the G9 group of telecommunications companies moved a step closer to making its broadband plan a reality last night when it lodged a broadband pricing and access proposal with the competition regulator. (smartcompany.com.au)
- It is the small-tomedium enterprises (SMEs)-including those in the cultural sector-who are in the best position to utilize new innovations and experiment with Internet-engendered technologies to go about their business. (futureofmusic.org)
- Online PR News - 16-February-2011 - - Waltham, MA, and Bangor, ME iHASMD is being deployed as a service to improve healthcare access to the population in Maine. (onlineprnews.com)
- Between 1980 and 2000, by contrast-without any high-speed internet to speak of and with the highways uncompleted-the area's population dropped by a smaller amount, from 336,000 to 334,000. (baconsrebellion.com)
- The 129 countries cover 37% of the world's population, yet only 1% of the people have broadband internet access. (nextbillion.net)
- Two northwest Kansas superintendents are excited about the prospect of having their small school districts equipped with high-speed Internet. (hppr.org)
- The service enables vessels ranging from cargo and military ships to cruisers to access cost-efficient high-speed broadband coverage while on the move, regardless of where they are in the world. (prweb.com)
- Axiom has brought high-speed Internet service to over 100 regions with over 90 Access Points in Washington County, creating an umbrella over 2,500 square miles. (onlineprnews.com)
- However, rural schools lack access to high-speed fiber and pay more than twice as much for bandwidth. (brookings.edu)
- One of the panel's stated goals is to streamline city and state rules that might accelerate installation of high-speed internet. (publicintegrity.org)
- The two satellites may test aspects of Starlink, a project to bathe Earth in high-speed internet access. (businessinsider.com)
- SpaceX, the rocket company founded by the entrepreneur Elon Musk, is keeping quiet about a plan to bathe the Earth in high-speed internet access. (businessinsider.com)
- ADC Telecommunications , a telephone equipment maker, said yesterday that it had agreed to buy the privately held Broadband Access Systems , a maker of software and hardware for high-speed Internet access, for stock valued at $2.25 billion. (nytimes.com)
- This compares favourably with Telstra's rumoured price proposal of $70-80 per customer per month for wholesale access to high-speed broadband. (smartcompany.com.au)
- The first benefit is for inhabitants to improve communication abroad, get inexpensive high-speed Internet and VoIP calls and to democratize digital tools. (balancingact-africa.com)
- Verizon's only high-speed Internet service available in the city is DSL, which offers bandwidth of at least 1 megabit per second, enough to download a high-resolution photo in less than two seconds or a 10-minute video in 17 minutes. (baltimoresun.com)
- ProtoStar 2's Ku-band equipment will be shared between India, Indonesia, the Philippines and Taiwan, according to company officials. (spaceflightnow.com)
- The Governor met with company officials at the Farnborough International Air Show in summer 2010. (yesvirginia.org)
- The controversy in relation to the grant of UAS Licenses and allocation of 2G spectrum became sensational in the year 2010 essentially because of allegations that I, in conspiracy with other DoT officials and some private companies, granted UAS Licenses and 2G spectrum at a throwaway price thereby causing huge losses to the exchequer and windfall gains to the licensee companies. (scribd.com)
- To learn more about Virginia's extensive manufacturing capabilities and why the Commonwealth continues to attract top companies like Balchem, click here . (yesvirginia.org)
- She continues, "We try to participate more in company projects. (protiviti.com)
- As Africa continues on its path of economic growth, it requires an increasing number of companies to venture into remote areas outside of South Africa's borders. (broadlink.co.za)