Telecommunications: Transmission of information over distances via electronic means.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.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.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.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.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)Occupational Diseases: Diseases caused by factors involved in one's employment.Electromagnetic Fields: Fields representing the joint interplay of electric and magnetic forces.User-Computer Interface: The portion of an interactive computer program that issues messages to and receives commands from a user.United StatesPrivacy: The state of being free from intrusion or disturbance in one's private life or affairs. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, 1993)Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act: Public Law 104-91 enacted in 1996, was designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the healthcare system, protect health insurance coverage for workers and their families, and to protect individual personal health information.Genetic Privacy: The protection of genetic information about an individual, family, or population group, from unauthorized disclosure.Confidentiality: The privacy of information and its protection against unauthorized disclosure.Computer Security: Protective measures against unauthorized access to or interference with computer operating systems, telecommunications, or data structures, especially the modification, deletion, destruction, or release of data in computers. It includes methods of forestalling interference by computer viruses or so-called computer hackers aiming to compromise stored data.Health Services Accessibility: The degree to which individuals are inhibited or facilitated in their ability to gain entry to and to receive care and services from the health care system. Factors influencing this ability include geographic, architectural, transportational, and financial considerations, among others.Questionnaires: Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.Telefacsimile: A telecommunication system combining the transmission of a document scanned at a transmitter, its reconstruction at a receiving station, and its duplication there by a copier.Canada: The largest country in North America, comprising 10 provinces and three territories. Its capital is Ottawa.Computers, Molecular: Computers whose input, output and state transitions are carried out by biochemical interactions and reactions.ComputersSilicon: A trace element that constitutes about 27.6% of the earth's crust in the form of SILICON DIOXIDE. It does not occur free in nature. Silicon has the atomic symbol Si, atomic number 14, and atomic weight [28.084; 28.086].Attentional Blink: Temporary visual deficit or impaired visual processing occurring in a rapid serial visual presentation task. After a person identifies the first of two visual targets, the ability to detect the second target is impaired for the next few hundred milliseconds. This phenomenon is called attentional blink.Patents as Topic: Exclusive legal rights or privileges applied to inventions, plants, etc.Computer Simulation: Computer-based representation of physical systems and phenomena such as chemical processes.Tennis: A game played by two or four players with rackets and an elastic ball on a level court divided by a low net.Hypesthesia: Absent or reduced sensitivity to cutaneous stimulation.Muscle Strength: The amount of force generated by MUSCLE CONTRACTION. Muscle strength can be measured during isometric, isotonic, or isokinetic contraction, either manually or using a device such as a MUSCLE STRENGTH DYNAMOMETER.CASP8 and FADD-Like Apoptosis Regulating Protein: An APOPTOSIS-regulating protein that is structurally related to CASPASE 8 and competes with CASPASE 8 for binding to FAS ASSOCIATED DEATH DOMAIN PROTEIN. Two forms of CASP8 and FADD-like apoptosis regulating protein exist, a long form containing a caspase-like enzymatically inactive domain and a short form which lacks the caspase-like domain.Tensile Strength: The maximum stress a material subjected to a stretching load can withstand without tearing. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 5th ed, p2001)Genes, Switch: Genes that cause the epigenotype (i.e., the interrelated developmental pathways through which the adult organism is realized) to switch to an alternate cell lineage-related pathway. Switch complexes control the expression of normal functional development as well as oncogenic transformation.Cookbooks as Topic: Set of instructions about how to prepare food for eating using specific instructions.Advertising as Topic: The act or practice of calling public attention to a product, service, need, etc., especially by paid announcements in newspapers, magazines, on radio, or on television. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Political Systems: The units based on political theory and chosen by countries under which their governmental power is organized and administered to their citizens.Trust: Confidence in or reliance on a person or thing.Politics: Activities concerned with governmental policies, functions, etc.Democracy: A system of government in which there is free and equal participation by the people in the political decision-making process.Civil Rights: Legal guarantee protecting the individual from attack on personal liberties, right to fair trial, right to vote, and freedom from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national origin. (from http://www.usccr.gov/ accessed 1/31/2003)Moral Obligations: Duties that are based in ETHICS, rather than in law.Construction Materials: Supplies used in building.Commerce: The interchange of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale, between different countries or between populations within the same country. It includes trade (the buying, selling, or exchanging of commodities, whether wholesale or retail) and business (the purchase and sale of goods to make a profit). (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, p411, p2005 & p283)Molecular Sequence Data: Descriptions of specific amino acid, carbohydrate, or nucleotide sequences which have appeared in the published literature and/or are deposited in and maintained by databanks such as GENBANK, European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF), or other sequence repositories.Software: Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.Plant Roots: The usually underground portions of a plant that serve as support, store food, and through which water and mineral nutrients enter the plant. (From American Heritage Dictionary, 1982; Concise Dictionary of Biology, 1990)Pharmacies: Facilities for the preparation and dispensing of drugs.
In addition to telecommunications, BSNL also provides broadband internet service. Tirunelveli is one of a few cities in India ... List of cities where BSNL broadband service is available (As on 1 January 2007). List of cities where Calling Line ... "List of cities where BSNL broadband service is available (As on 01.01.2007)" (PDF). Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). ... "List of cities where Calling Line Identification (CLI) Based Internet Service is available". Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited. ...
They offer various services such as telephony and broadband internet (DSL). Mobile network operators in Ilagan include Smart ... Other companies providing various telecommunications services such as telegraph and fax services are PT&T, and RCPI now ... The majority of the country's Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are available in Ilagan such as Smart Broadband, Globe Tattoo, ... PLDT and Digitel are the main Telecommunications service providers in Ilagan. They operate and maintain several ...
It provides WiMAX broadband internet and other Internet and telecommunications services. Its WiMAX coverage includes areas in ... RedLink launched WiMax Broadband Wireless & Installation services in Yangon in October. It launched WiMax Broadband Services in ... In September 2010 Red Link was among six providers allowed to launch high-speed fiber optics internet services in Yangon ( ... RedLink introduced ″Prepaid internet cards for access to wireless internet at hotspots″ in December 2009. In 2009, the company ...
Broadband Internet services are likewise available through the numerous internet cafes located in all barangays. Community ... Telecommunication services are provided by Digital Telecommunications (Digitel), Smart Communications, and Globe. Cable and ... the service sector became more and more important and led to population and economic growth. Of the 13 villages ("barangays") ...
Telecom Colombia offers the services of local, national and international telephone and broadband ADSL Internet. There are ... The city's telecommunications services include payphones, WiMAX wireless networks, and mobile phone networks (GSM, CDMA and ... in Spanish) Peña, Javier (2006-10-27). "Masificarán Internet Inalámbrico en Cúcuta" (in Spanish). CucutaNuestra.com. Retrieved ... The aforementioned entities are part of the network of institutions providing services to health attached to the Ministry of ...
Telecommunication and Internet broadband services are provided by PLDT, Smart Communications, and Globe Telecom. Major ...
... and recommended the FCC reclassify broadband Internet service as a telecommunications service in order to preserve net ... President Barack Obama recommended that the FCC reclassify broadband Internet service as a telecommunications service. In ... Telecommunications Association v. Brand X Internet Services. However, by the late 1990s and early 2000s, the Internet started ... unlike telephone services (including services by dial-up modem), and not as a telecommunications service, and thus had not been ...
It operates Iran's second largest 2G-3G-4G-4.5G mobile broadband network, and fixed TD-LTE internet services. The company's ... Irancell telecommunications company MTN, is in the field of mobile network service providers. ... Irancell later apologised for the 'unintentional mistake'. After Irancell doubled the prices for its mobile web services in ... "Iran mobile company indicted for "insulting Sunnis"". BBC World Service. 22 July 2013. Retrieved 29 December 2014. "Subscribers ...
There is also internet service now in the municipality with Smart Broadband as provider. Postal service facility is located in ... The telecommunication services in the municipality mostly are cellular phones with Smart and Globe as service provider. Single ... Of the total service area and farmer beneficiaries, the NIS, CIS, and CIPs serve and benefit 252 hectares and 247 farmers, 98 ... Postal delivery services cover only barangays surrounding the Poblacion. The electric power supply of the 17 of 18 barangay in ...
XL offers data communication, broadband Internet, mobile communication and 3G services over GSM 900 and GSM 1800 networks. ... is an Indonesia-based mobile telecommunications services operator. The operator's coverage includes Java, Bali, and Lombok as ... Initially XL provided cellular mobile telephony services using the GSM 900 technology. A few years after launching services, ... In 2006, XL obtained a 3G license, which services launched in September of the same year. At the end of 2010, the company had ...
... natural gas service, and combined cable television, Internet access, and phone service to its customers. CFU serves ... The President praised CFU for being a small community with broadband internet 100 times faster than the national average. ... Obama also pointed out the benefits of having competition in the telecommunications industry to keep prices low and service ... Cedar Falls Utilities is very innovative in its use of FTTx network, providing high speed internet, phone, and video services. ...
Connexus is a member of the 'My Net Fone Group', an Australian telecommunication company offering VoIP and internet services. ... Connexus specialises in business voice and data Internet solutions, in particular business broadband and hosting capabilities. ... Connexus Internet is an Australian-owned and operated ASX-listed Internet service provider founded and based in Melbourne, ... "Correction to: S180-2006 Advice to schools regarding Whole of Victorian Government Internet Service Provider" (PDF). Education ...
... is a British company that sells Internet and telecommunications services, including hosting, broadband Internet ... In the meantime core internet access and service is being maintained by RiPWIRE. RiPWiRE's network is and has always been ... Recently in April 2010, Ripwire announced availability of a VDSL2 service in South Yorkshire that brings 40Mb internet for ...
On November 10, 2014, President Obama recommended the FCC reclassify broadband Internet service as a telecommunications service ... On February 26, 2015, the FCC reclassified broadband Internet access as a telecommunications service, thus subjecting it to ... "information services" such as broadband Internet access from regulation under Title II. The FCC held that information services ... Ruiz, Rebecca R.; Lohr, Steve (February 26, 2015). "In Net Neutrality Victory, F.C.C. Classifies Broadband Internet Service as ...
Expresso is an African telecommunications services company. It's provides telecommunication services in five African markets: ... Expresso Senegal provides wireless broadband internet across the nation allowing the people of Senegal to connect to the ... internet. Expresso acquired 100% ownership of Intercel Guinee SA, a company engaged in providing telecommunication services in ... Expresso offers a wide range of products and services to meet the needs of customers. Expresso is a key player in the ...
Rights to operate as an Internet service provider in Thailand are granted by the NTC (National Telecommunications Council). ... Most of broadband Internet access in Thailand is offered through ADSL technology. Previously before 2002, broadband Internet ... The only commercial Internet service provider connected to the IIR Public Internet Exchange is Internet Thailand. ... This has prompted for many Internet service providers to offer DSL services without any phone services. A new wire is simply ...
... an Internet connection), and service (subscriber support). Virtually any Internet-based Ethernet LAN can become a visitor-based ... It gives the on-the-go user a quick and painless way to temporarily connect a device to networks and broadband Internet ... A visitor-based network usually includes hardware (such as VBN gateways, hubs, switches, and/or routers), telecommunications ( ... Payment services are provided in a variety of methods, most commonly with a credit card Merchant account in hot spot ...
Free internet broadband wi-fi connection are widely available in many cafes and even hotels. Postal district 84xxx covers Muar ... The coverage of reception signal are extensive in all the Muar area for all the major mobile telecommunication service provider ... Train services to the state capital Johor Bahru as well as Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Seremban or Tumpat in Kelantan are available. ... A 1916 plan to extend the line to Batu Pahat was aborted and the service totally stopped in 1925 due to financial and ...
... broadband access service, and Internet service. The company also provides information and communication technology services to ... To make the telecommunications industry more competitive and improve service quality, the Ministry of Transportation and ... which has resulted in many Internet service providers routinely blocking e-mails originating from the service. Senao ... Chunghwa Telecom is the largest telecommunication service provider in Taiwan and one of the largest in Asia in terms of revenue ...
Vodafone offers a fixed wireless service provided over LTE/HSPA+ in rural areas under the government-subsidized Rural Broadband ... nz New Zealand Internet Blackout New Zealand Network Operators Group Telecommunications in New Zealand VDSL2 pricing is not ... Chorus cannot sell services directly to customers, instead, they wholesale services to internet retailers at regulated prices. ... Nearly all of the population is covered by 3G mobile broadband, with 4G available to the majority. Satellite internet is ...
... fixed-line telecommunications; e-commerce; internet; technology services; finance; media and marketing; semiconductor design; ... The company is known for its vision and leadership by founder Masayoshi Son. It now owns operations in broadband; ... 1998-11: J-Phone launches SkyMelody ringtone download service. *1999-12: J-Phone launches J-Sky wireless Internet service ten ... Internet. Investment. Semiconductors. Internet of Things. Artificial Intelligence. Robotics. E-commerce. Revenue. ¥8.90 ...
... is an Irish internet service provider and telecommunications operator, who provide WiMAX, wireless ... broadband and resell Eircom telecommunications wholesale packages. The company operates in Ireland, the United Kingdom, the ... "Internet price wars begin as Imagine unveils its WiMax challenge". Silicon Republic. Retrieved 27 November 2014. John Kennedy ... Clearwire was acquired by Imagine in 2010 Irish Broadband was acquired by Imagine in 2008 Cinergi Telecom was acquired by ...
Telecommunication and internet services are limited in Sebauh, with cable lines as the only source of broadband access. There ... Ambulance services are available to transport patients with critical illnesses to Bintulu Hospital. Sebauh Sub-District has ... use ferry and boat services. River transport charges remain high in Sebauh District due to the long distance involved. There ...
... launched a full range of telecommunications services, including 3G/4G mobility services, mobile broadband Internet ... Ice Wireless offers two mobile broadband products that provide high speed internet service, wireless and home Internet. The ... 3G/4G Mobility Services Mobile Broadband Internet Fixed Line Telephone Ice Wireless operates its own corporate retail stores, ... Ice Wireless is a Canadian mobile network operator and telecommunications company that provides 3G/4G mobility services, mobile ...
50Mbit/s and 25Mbit/s broadband Internet access, telephony, IP-TV and corporate data services with their self-built Metro ... It was a provider of residential and corporate fixed network and international telecommunications services in Hong Kong, ... This solid growth was primarily contributed by their increase in Fixed Telecommunications Network Service business (FTNS) of ... Hong Kong Broadband Network Limited ("HKBN"), is a major fixed telecom network services operator, providing the world's fastest ...
... Corporation Limited known as China Comservice is the subsidiary company of China Telecommunications Corporation. It is engaged in providing telecommunication infrastructure services and outsourcing services to telecommunication operators and government organizations in China.. CCS was incorporated in the People's Republic of China in 2006. As a part of the restructuring, China Telecom Group transferred its telecommunication support businesses in Shanghai, Zhejiang, Fujian, Hubei, Guangdong and Hainan to CSS. CCS's H shares were listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2006 and they were admitted to the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index from 2007 to 2010.. ...
... (ETSI) er en organisasjon som arbeider med standarder innen telekommunikasjon. ETSI ligger i Frankrike, og har pr. 2004 688 medlemmer fra 55 land. Disse medlemmene er aktører i kringkasting og mobilbransjen, og er de som sammen utvikler nye standarder, f.eks. GSM, TETRA, DECT, DAB og UMTS. ...
... , Inc., founded in Israel, was a technology company located in Woodbury, New York in the United States, that developed and marketed telecommunications software. The company focused on providing value-added services to telecommunication service providers, in particular to mobile network operators. Comverse Technology had several wholly or partly owned subsidiaries. The name "Comverse" is a fusion of the words "communication" and "versatility". Founded in 1982, the company went public on the Nasdaq Stock Market in 1986. Led by co-founder and CEO Jacob "Kobi" Alexander, the company originally specialized in centralized hardware/software systems for voice and fax messaging and sold them to telecommunications companies and other large enterprises. Much of its funding came from Israeli government subsidies and tax credits provided to research and development for hi-tech firms. By the mid-1990s, one of its most ...
... (International Telecommunication Union Telecommunication Standardization Sector) は、国際電気通信連合の部門の一つで、通信分野の標準策定を担当する「電気通信標準化部門」。旧CCITT（Comite Consultatif International Telegraphique et Telephonique、国際電信電話諮問委員会）。 勧告という形が標準となる。4年に1回開催される世界電気通信標準化会議（World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly、WTSA）で活動が決められる。 以前はTSS、ITU-TSまたはITU-TSSとも言った。 ...
The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology was an Indian government ministry. It was bifurcated into Ministry of Communications and Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology in July 2016. It contained three departments viz. Department of Telecommunications, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY, now Ministry of Electronics and Information technology) and Department of Posts. The following cadre controlling authority of the Civil Services (including Indian Telecommunication Service, Indian Postal Service, Indian Radio Regulatory Service, Telegraph Traffic Service, Indian Post & Telegraph Building Works Services and Indian Posts and Telegraphs Accounts and Finance Service) are under the administration and supervision of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. ...
Although there are cell phone base station tower networks across many nations globally, there are still many areas within those nations that do not have good reception. Some rural areas are unlikely to ever be covered effectively since the cost of erecting a cell tower is too high for only a few customers. Even in areas with high signal strength, basements and the interiors of large buildings often have poor reception. Weak signal strength can also be caused by destructive interference of the signals from local towers in urban areas, or by the construction materials used in some buildings causing significant attenuation of signal strength. Large buildings such as warehouses, hospitals and factories often have no usable signal further than a few metres from the outside walls. This is particularly true for the networks which operate at higher frequency since these are attenuated more by intervening obstacles, although they are able to use reflection and diffraction to circumvent obstacles. ...
Brazil has both modern technologies in the center-south portion, counting with LTE, 3G HSPA, DSL ISDB based Digital TV. Other areas of the country, particularly the North and Northeast regions, lack even basic analog PSTN telephone lines. This is a problem that the government is trying to solve by linking the liberation of new technologies such as WiMax and FTTH) only tied with compromises on extension of the service to less populated regions. The Brazilian landline sector is fully open to competition and continues to attract operators. The bulk of the market is divided between four operators: Telefónica, América Móvil, Oi (controlled by Brazilian investors and Portugal Telecom), and GVT. Telefónica operates through Telefónica Brasil, which has integrated its landline and mobile services under the brand name Vivo. The América Móvil group in Brazil comprises long distance incumbent Embratel, mobile operator Claro, and cable TV provider Net Serviços. The group has started to ...
Listed as engaged in selective Internet filtering in the political and conflict/security areas and as no evidence of filtering in the social and Internet tools areas by the OpenNet Initiative (ONI) in November 2010.. Access to Internet content in Georgia is largely unrestricted as the legal constitutional framework, developed after the 2003 Rose Revolution, established a series of provisions that should, in theory, curtail any attempts by the state to censor the Internet. At the same time, these legal instruments have not been sufficient to prevent limited filtering on corporate and educational networks. Georgia's dependence on international connectivity makes it vulnerable to upstream filtering, evident in the March 2008 blocking of YouTube by Turk Telecom.. On March 14, 2016, access to YouTube was restricted nationwide. This restriction of access was to presumably prevent Georgian citizens from accessing a video which threatened a ...
In the late 1970s, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) conducted a program to develop general standards and methods of networking. A similar process evolved at the International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee (CCITT, from French: Comité Consultatif International Téléphonique et Télégraphique). Both bodies developed documents that defined similar networking models. In 1983, these two documents were merged to form a standard called The Basic Reference Model for Open Systems Interconnection. The standard is usually referred to as Open Systems Interconnection Reference Model, OSI Reference Model, or simply OSI model. It was published in 1984 by both the ISO, as standard ISO 7498, and the renamed CCITT (now called the Telecommunications Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunication Union or ITU-T) as standard X.200. OSI had two major components, an abstract model of networking, called the Basic Reference Model or seven-layer ...
42 is a private, nonprofit and tuition-free computer programming school created and funded by French billionaire Xavier Niel (founder of the telecommunication company Illiad) with several partners including Nicolas Sadirac (previous director-general of the Epitech school in France), Kwame Yamgnane and Florian Bucher (former executives of Epitech). The school was first opened in Paris in 2013. Out of more than 80,000 candidates in France, 3,000 were selected to complete a four-week intensive computer programming bootcamp called piscine (swimming-pool). Any person older than 18 can register for the piscine after completing the logical reasoning tests on the website. The school does not have any professors, does not issue any diploma or degree, and is open 24/7. The training is inspired by new modern ways to teach which include peer-to-peer pedagogy and project-based learning. The School has been endorsed by many high-profile people in Silicon Valley including Evan Spiegel the ...
Established in 1915, the company has produced a wide variety of products including marine electronics, measuring equipment for telecommunication, radio broadcasting equipment, and amateur radio equipment, including the JST-145dx/JST-245dx HF transceivers, which were the last amateur radio transceivers produced by JRC, ending in 2002. Even though these transceivers have been out of production over 10 years[update], they still compete in performance with current[when?] high-end amateur transceivers available from other amateur radio manufacturers today,[when?] and have become prized possessions of the hams that are fortunate enough to own one. JRC still supports these radios through 2015, per information on their Web site. ...
The first appearance of a geostationary orbit in popular literature was in October, 1942, in the first Venus Equilateral story by George O. Smith, but Smith did not go into details. British science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke popularised and expanded the concept in a 1945 paper entitled "Extra-Terrestrial Relays - Can Rocket Stations Give Worldwide Radio Coverage?", published in Wireless World magazine. Clarke acknowledged the connection in his introduction to The Complete Venus Equilateral. The orbit, which Clarke first described as useful for broadcast and relay communications satellites, is sometimes called the Clarke Orbit. Similarly, the collection of artificial satellites in this orbit is known as the Clarke Belt.. The first geostationary satellite was designed by Harold Rosen while he was working at Hughes Aircraft in 1959. Inspired by Sputnik, he wanted to use a geostationary satellite to globalise communications. At the time, telecommunications ...
... s are widely used to measure the frequency response, noise and distortion characteristics of all kinds of radio-frequency (RF) circuitry, by comparing the input and output spectra.For example, in RF mixers, spectrum analyzer is used to find the levels of third order inter-modulation products and conversion loss. In RF oscillators, spectrum analyzer is used to find the levels of different harmonics. In telecommunications, spectrum analyzers are used to determine occupied bandwidth and track interference sources. For example, cell planners use this equipment to determine interference sources in the GSM frequency bands and UMTS frequency bands. In EMC testing, a spectrum analyzer is used for basic precompliance testing; however, it can not be used for full testing and certification. Instead, an EMI receiver is used. A spectrum analyzer is used to determine whether a wireless transmitter is working according to defined standards for purity of emissions. Output signals at ...
"Broadband service providers are investing tens of billions of dollars every year to upgrade their networks. Broadband-enabled ... Small manufacturers "love" broadband service, he said. "Broadband grows small businesses into big businesses," Signorino added. ... "Right now, there are thousands of manufacturers in rural or underserved areas who are waiting for broadband services," he said ... The FCC should defer action while compromise talks between companies in the broadband and Internet industries, going on since ...
To establish privacy protections for customers of broadband Internet access service and other telecommunications services. In ... To establish privacy protections for customers of broadband Internet access service and other telecommunications services. ...
In addition to telecommunications, BSNL also provides broadband internet service. Tirunelveli is one of a few cities in India ... List of cities where BSNL broadband service is available (As on 1 January 2007). List of cities where Calling Line ... "List of cities where BSNL broadband service is available (As on 01.01.2007)" (PDF). Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). ... "List of cities where Calling Line Identification (CLI) Based Internet Service is available". Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited. ...
A bill to establish privacy protections for customers of broadband Internet access service and other telecommunications ... Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act of 2018. 1. H.R.1673 115. Water Affordability, Transparency, Equity, and Reliability ... Wireless Telecommunications Tax and Fee Collection Fairness Act. 1. H.R.50 115. Unfunded Mandates Information and Transparency ... Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2019. 1. ...
They offer various services such as telephony and broadband internet (DSL). Mobile network operators in Ilagan include Smart ... Other companies providing various telecommunications services such as telegraph and fax services are PT&T, and RCPI now ... The majority of the countrys Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are available in Ilagan such as Smart Broadband, Globe Tattoo, ... PLDT and Digitel are the main Telecommunications service providers in Ilagan. They operate and maintain several ...
Before the Telecom Act was signed into law, not one family in America had broadband Internet access at home. The Telecom Act ... None of the wizardry of wireless devices, applications and services would have happened without the Telecommunications Act of ... Hands off the Internet! This is the time, this is the place, you are the people. I am your partner. Thanks you so, so much for ... The Internet is back up! Now, more than ever, its so vital that your messages do get through to the policymakers on Capitol ...
SoftBank Group is a multinational telecommunications corporation with operations in broadband, Internet and technology services ... Scigineer, an Internet advertising service provider, has developed an AI-based recommendation engine, Deqwas, that precisely ... Google is an American multinational technology company specialising in Internet-related services and products. It was founded ... Other areas that could be interesting are information services and the security service segment. Licensing could be one ...
Telecommunications executives eyeing opportunities in industry services should look critically at the value in connectivity and ... Bain research shows that as consumers get more Internet devices, they watch more video (see the Bain report, "The age of ... Cable companies are winning in broadband and in fact putting their bundle of TV, voice and broadband on the backs of networks ... the telecom next-generation broadband services Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-verse were significantly higher, at 22 and 7, ...
Broadband and the Internet. A third-generation (3G) mobile broadband service was launched in major cities in March 2008 by ... The government has also backed major initiatives to expand telecommunication services and the Internet to rural areas, partly ... The other is the public service provider (PSP) licence, which allows telecommunication services to be provided using ... Broadband Internet access will be boosted with the 2500-km fibre-optic national backbone network being installed across the ...
... a company specializing in infrastructure services for the telecommunications industry, especially 3G, 4G, and LTE wireless ... internet service providers, broadband companies, and mobile carriers, he said.. We "look for new areas where we can extend our ... CA Acquires Torokina Networks to Expand Telecommunication Industry Services By: Fahmida Y. Rashid , January 26, 2011 ... CA Technologies acquired Torokina Networks, a company specializing in infrastructure services for the telecommunications ...
Another switchable Ku-band system will provide broadband Internet access and other telecommunications services in Indonesia, ... The company was formed to acquire and launch satellites and sell capacity to Asian direct broadcasting and broadband service ... according to International Launch Services, the U.S.-based firm overseeing the commercial launch. ILS declared the launch a ...
The CRTC is currently reviewing the telecommunications services, including broadband Internet services, offered across the ... Review of basic telecommunications services Questionnaire. Lets Talk Broadband Internet! Web page. Have your say! CRTC Video ... Currently, basic telecommunications services include: *capability to connect to the Internet via low-speed data transmission at ... The CRTC is reviewing the telecommunications services available in Canada in order to be in step with Canadians current and ...
... telecommunications stories of the week. The round-up is delivered via e-mail each Friday; to get your own copy, subscribe at ... And repeal of net neutrality based on classification of broadband Internet access service as a telecommunications service means ... network neutrality rules that relied on classifying broadband Internet access service as a telecommunications services under ... RHCP provides funding for telecommunications and broadband services used to provide health care in rural communities. ...
Internet-of-Space - the future of comprehensive broadband Internet coverage?. 27.10.2020. / Information Technology ... This area covers topics such as IT services, IT architectures, IT management and telecommunications. ...
Internet-of-Space - the future of comprehensive broadband Internet coverage?. 27.10.2020. / Information Technology ... This area covers topics such as IT services, IT architectures, IT management and telecommunications. ...
... 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 ... Broadband service providers and the two Republican commissioners have warned against reclassifying broadband. They said doing ...
... decrees that broadband Internet service is not a telecommunications service, which means that it cant be subject to the same ... lost the power to make such orders in 2002 when it refused to classify broadband Internet as a telecommunications service. ... Not because the rules are misguided, but because broadband hasnt been classified as a telecommunications service. Based on ... 2007: Comcast Internet customers begin to notice-and measure-a slowdown in their service when theyre using BitTorrent (a ...
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- In 2018, California enacted SB 822, providing protections for net neutrality and banning practices by Internet service providers that would harm Californians' ability to speak, learn, organize, and compete online. (eff.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)
- In 2018, Grameenphone, which has 3.63 crore internet subscribers, has seen a slower uptake of smartphones, which has impacted mobile internet usage growth, he added. (thedailystar.net)
- Three trade groups representing U.S. businesses have called on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to back away from plans to create formal network neutrality rules, saying new regulations could hurt innovation and development of broadband to rural areas. (techworld.com.au)
- Instead of net neutrality rules, members of the FCC and Congress should focus on ways to encourage broadband deployment and investment and encourage broadband adoption, Goldman said. (techworld.com.au)
- Net neutrality rules could force rural manufacturers to wait even longer for broadband service, he said. (techworld.com.au)
- Congress should "lay down the law" with the FCC by setting limits on net neutrality rules, and it can also encourage the agency to focus on programs that promote broadband deployment, he said. (techworld.com.au)
- Genachowski and most other supporters of formal net neutrality rules have not expressed interest in letting the FCC set broadband prices or approve Internet-based products. (techworld.com.au)
- Some net neutrality critics, however, have raised concerns that net neutrality rules could lead to a prohibition on tiered pricing options, and earlier this month, Genachowski asked for a new round of comments about whether net neutrality rules should apply to managed services and mobile broadband. (techworld.com.au)
- When the Federal Communications Commission passed the Open Internet Order in 2015, establishing the strongest net neutrality rules to date, broadband internet was reclassified from an information service to a telecommunications service. (publicknowledge.org)
- The issue erupted a year ago, when a federal appeals court struck down the FCC's net neutrality rules, forcing the agency to come up with a new way to regulate broadband. (techworld.com.au)
- Then yesterday, they passed a resolution to repeal the FCC's ability to ensure the openness of the Internet. (thenation.com)
- Some proponents of net neutrality have called for the FCC to reclassify those services as a Title II common carrier service, which is more clearly under the FCC's authority. (washingtonpost.com)
- Having served as a commissioner during the Obama administration, Pai had a front row seat to see the FCC's assertion of control over the Internet under the guise of "net neutrality. (powerlineblog.com)
- Even if the Internet tax moratorium is extended, that will not protect consumers from the billions of dollars in telecom-related fees that the FCC's decision to treat the Internet like a public utility will trigger. (forbes.com)
- 3 .) The court upheld the FCC's definition of mobile broadband as a private (Title I) service rather than a commercial service. (multichannel.com)
- Those previous net-neutrality failures were rooted in the FCC's 2002 move to classify cable internet providers as "information services," a newer category that may best describe AOL's traditional dial-up online service. (yahoo.com)
- And courts have repeatedly ruled that the rest of the FCC's enabling legislation - in particular, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 , which added the information-service category - doesn't provide the authority needed to support meaningful open-internet rules. (yahoo.com)
- More specifically, we seek to clarify three underlying legal and policy misconceptions, focusing on assertions regarding the nature of the services provided by internet service providers (ISPs) and the scope of the relevant laws and regulations. (cdt.org)
- 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)
- Wheeler also stated that letting ISPs dictate rules would have left the American people open to 'fastlanes,' and that a tiered internet would be hurtful to businesses and consumers alike. (attn.com)
- Fast-lane service refers to potential deals between i nternet service providers (ISPs) , such as Comcast, and content distributors (or creators), such as Netflix. (attn.com)
- Internet Service Providers (ISPs) argue that it will limit the investment that's put into existing internet services as well as new technologies for internet delivery. (attn.com)
- ISPs are not fans of regulations that limit their ability to manage their services. (attn.com)
- The Writers Guild of America, West ( WGAW ), Future of Music Coalition ( FMC ) and the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture ( NAMAC ) are pushing back against a powerful group of Internet service providers (ISPs) that is seeking to invalidate the Federal Communications Commission's 2015 order protecting an open Internet. (futureofmusic.org)
- One of his priorities was updating the 1996 Telecommunications Act, saying, "Updating the Communications Act is no small undertaking, but it would be a dereliction of duty if Congress did not at least try to modernize the law. (benton.org)
- With the FCC poised to reclassify broadband due to a lack of clear statutory authority, we can readily see the consequences of [the obsolescence of the Telecommunications Act of 1996] and the need for action," Chairman Thune said. (benton.org)
- There was no further legislative mandate for universal service for sixty years until the Telecommunication Act of 1996 . (cybertelecom.org)
- Powell says that he's in favor of an Internet industry free from ' intrusive regulation ' ( pdf ). (scientificamerican.com)
- This document also seeks comment on how the classification decision may affect State and local regulation of cable modem service. (federalregister.gov)
- On Dec. 2, 2016, during the final weeks of the Obama administration, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a regulation, known as the "Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services," aimed at requiring Internet service providers, such as Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T, to protect the confidentiality of customer proprietary information. (law.com)
- Some cable companies and their lobbying groups have fervently opposed this, saying they support an open Internet and believe any additional government regulation will stifle innovation and investment. (cpr.org)
- Sohn left no doubt that FCC chairman Tom Wheeler believes the Internet requires regulation to thrive. (mashable.com)
- Wheeler will seek so-called "Title II" regulation that would treat all broadband providers like telecommunications companies rather than less restricted information services, the Journal reported on Monday , citing unnamed sources. (techworld.com.au)
- A change to Title II regulation will allow the FCC to prevent so-called 'fast-lane' internet service. (attn.com)
- For years now, telephone companies have been losing the battle for broadband subscriptions in the US, as cable companies have been more successful delivering faster speeds to more households. (bain.com)
- Cable companies are winning in broadband and in fact putting their bundle of TV, voice and broadband on the backs of networks that can deliver speeds of 50 Mbps or better to 80% of US homes. (bain.com)
- These technologies include more efficient and economical ways to deploy fiber-optic cable, as well as get better speeds out of the copper wires that bring voice telephone service to nearly all households in the US. (bain.com)
- While telecoms work to differentiate their customer service experience from that of cable companies, they must also do what they can to deliver faster speeds. (bain.com)
- Schools on the Navajo Nation and in Bluff currently have internet but only through lower bandwidth connections, which can mean slower speeds and more frequent outages. (sltrib.com)
- DSL, cable, fiber and other broadband technology providers should be able to compete side-by-side to provide broadband at the designated speeds, at the most affordable price. (benton.org)
- an open and fair Internet guarantees that independent bands can get to their audiences at the same speeds as those on major labels," says the congressman. (futureofmusic.org)
- Earlier this year, some Kansans testified before the Statewide Broadband Expansion Planning Task Force about painfully slow internet speeds. (kmuw.org)
- Google is meanwhile working on a new generation of applications designed to capitalize on Internet speeds available using Fiber, but did not disclose details. (phys.org)
- Internet speeds crashed to abysmally low speeds, and some professors even canceled classes. (miamistudent.net)
- Cox announced the expanded availability of residential gigabit Internet speeds at a special event at the Americana Traditional Neighborhood Development in the City of Zachary , one of the first neighborhoods in the state to receive the new service. (prnewswire.com)
- With speeds as fast as 1,000 megabits per second, residential gigabit speeds from Cox also will deliver a more powerful home network and rich broadband-enabled services to customers. (prnewswire.com)
- Also today, Cox announced that customers who choose its Ultimate Internet package will see their speeds increase later this summer. (prnewswire.com)
- The FCC in 2015 redefined broadband as connections with 25 megabits per second (Mbps) download speeds and 4 Mbps upload speeds. (brookings.edu)
- Our call quality for our fixed line and mobile phone tests was crystal clear, and we demonstrated broadband Internet speeds of 100 Mbits/s on a 2.4 meter dish, which is just as good, if not better, than any other satellite covering the North today. (tmcnet.com)
- In light of the successful telephone trials, Ice Wireless is now moving ahead with its roll out of 3G service to Iqaluit in Summer 2013, which will include download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps. (tmcnet.com)
- 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)
- In determining how to modernize the multi-billion dollar annual Universal Service Fund (USF), created to bring telecommunications services to all Americans, policymakers must come to grips with the fact that the copper wire telephone system - once the foundation of our communications networks - is now holding us back. (benton.org)
- But, more importantly, broadband is now becoming increasingly essential for achieving fundamental, national policy goals - from improving education, extending health care, creating jobs, improving public safety and national security, boosting our economy, and reconnecting Americans with their democracy. (benton.org)
- President Obama issued an executive order today which will free up 500 MHz of Federal and non-federal spectrum over the next ten years, which will allow telecoms to expand their data networks and cover more Americans with 4G wireless broadband service. (intomobile.com)
- Our companies are committed to doing our part to shore up digital trust and give Americans the confidence that no matter what platform, device or network they choose, guardrails will be in place to protect their digital privacy and support our growing and interdependent internet ecosystem. (multichannel.com)
- Closing the broadband adoption gap is a priority because Americans increasingly need 21st century skills to succeed in today's economy. (doc.gov)
- NTIA's broadband grants program is helping to address this challenge by expanding public computer centers and providing Americans with the training needed to participate in the Internet economy. (doc.gov)
- 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)
- CA already has a strong relationship providing these services to telecommunications companies, internet service providers, broadband companies, and mobile carriers, he said. (eweek.com)
- The universal service support system should never limit carriers to obsolete or inefficient technology. (benton.org)
- Internet service providers were now to be regulated as common carriers like Ma Bell. (powerlineblog.com)
- Broadband providers are now considered "common carriers," which means the FCC is responsible for regulatory oversight, including privacy rules, under the Communications Act, just as they are for telephone services. (publicknowledge.org)
- The rules also created clear requirements for broadband carriers to protect customers' personal information, and required carriers to notify customers in the event of a data breach. (publicknowledge.org)
- Expansion of the Fiber program comes amid media reports that Google is getting ready to sell wireless telephone services directly to US consumers after reaching deals with carriers T-Mobile and Sprint. (phys.org)
- When FCC chair Ajit Pai said in February that the commission would no longer investigate wireless carriers exempting their own video services from their data caps , you could argue that this didn't represent a huge change. (yahoo.com)
- Remember, Pai's predecessor Tom Wheeler had done little to halt the self-serving conduct of carriers offering their own video and music services for free without impacting users' data caps. (yahoo.com)
- Examples of entities that contribute to the Fund are telecommunications carriers, including wireline and wireless companies, and interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers , including cable companies that provide voice service. (cybertelecom.org)
- Pena Nieto, marking the return of the institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, promised everything from a new integrated program to prevent crime to ending the patronage and buying of teacher positions that rule the public education system and opening up broadband Internet service now dominated by just a few telecommunication monopolies. (dailytribune.com)
- This increases the cost of paying for broadband in rural areas that is further exacerbated by relics of public policy that allow telecommunication companies to operate as monopolies. (miamistudent.net)
- In March 2017, Congress rolled back the federal broadband privacy rules - since then, in dozens of states legislators have introduced bills attempting to restore the privacy protections Congress wiped away. (cdt.org)
- At least 22 states have introduced more than 31 bills or resolutions related to rural broadband in 2017. (ncsl.org)
- The Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband project is being led in the region by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), with work on the ground being carried out by Openreach , the local network division of private sector partners BT. (ice-factor.co.uk)
- It marks more positive progress thanks to the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband Programme. (allmediascotland.com)
- The phone and cable companies have shown us what the Internet will look like if they are allowed to write their own rules and build a two-tiered Internet with fast and slow lanes and zero protections on mobile broadband. (techworld.com.au)
- I am proposing that the FCC use its Title II authority to implement and enforce open internet protections. (cpr.org)
- Using this authority, I am submitting to my colleagues the strongest open internet protections ever proposed by the FCC. (cpr.org)
- On October 26th, the FCC passed a proposal that established important consumer privacy protections for broadband providers. (publicknowledge.org)
- In a January 7 interview at the Consumer Electronics Showcase in Las Vegas , Wheeler hinted that the rules would be crafted under Title II of the Telecommunications Act-something that FMC and our artist allies have pushed for because they offer the greatest degree of protections for musicians and other content producers, within the strongest legal framework. (futureofmusic.org)
- In our hyper-connected digital lives, consumers across the political spectrum expect and demand strong internet privacy protections. (multichannel.com)
- Transparency about data practices is essential not just as a fundamental element of privacy, but is also key to engendering consumer trust, which in turn is critical to the adoption of these services. (cdt.org)
- Reclassifying broadband as a telecommunications service may also amplify calls for the government to subsidize the deployment and adoption of broadband networks in underserved areas. (cpr.org)
- WASHINGTON - The Department of Commerce's Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA) and National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) today released a report, " Exploring the Digital Nation ," that analyzes broadband Internet adoption in the United States. (doc.gov)
- The report finds a strong correlation between broadband adoption and socio-economic factors, such as income and education, but says these differences do not explain the entire broadband adoption gap that exists along racial, ethnic, and geographic lines. (doc.gov)
- Even after accounting for socio-economic differences, certain minority and rural households still lag in broadband adoption. (doc.gov)
- Earlier this year, NTIA released initial findings from the survey, showing that while virtually all demographic groups have increased adoption of broadband Internet at home since the prior year, historic disparities among demographic groups remain. (doc.gov)
- Today's report presents broadband adoption statistics after adjusting for various socio-economic differences. (doc.gov)
- Today's report provides a comprehensive, data-driven analysis of broadband adoption that will inform efforts to close the gap and promote America's competiveness in the global economy," said Acting Deputy Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank. (doc.gov)
- Cable modems and DSL were the leading broadband technologies for home Internet adoption, with 32 percent and 23 percent of households, respectively, using these services. (doc.gov)
- Average broadband adoption in 2010 varied by state from about half (52 percent) of all households to 80 percent. (doc.gov)
- Socio-economic differences do not explain the entire broadband adoption gap. (doc.gov)
- For example, after accounting for socio-economic and geographic factors, Black and Hispanic households still lag White households in broadband adoption by 11 percentage points, though the gap between Asian and White households disappears. (doc.gov)
- After accounting for socio-economic and demographic factors, rural households still lag urban households in broadband adoption by five percentage points. (doc.gov)
- The government has revised upwards the duty structure for mobile handsets and increased the taxes on different segments, which impacted the internet adoption rate. (thedailystar.net)
- These efforts are focused on targeting support for broadband expansion and adoption as well as improving efficiency and eliminating waste in the programs. (cybertelecom.org)
- Canadians have shown they care about the future of broadband: the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has received over 25,000 responses to its questionnaire on telecommunications services. (ottawastart.com)
- In just 5 days, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has already received over 15,000 responses to its questionnaire on telecom services, indicating that the topic is an important issue for many Canadians. (haligonia.ca)
- The move is supported by President Obama, who made waves last fall when he came out in support of treating Internet service providers like telecommunications companies. (cpr.org)
- CA plans to expand its support of CSPs, particularly those offering 3G and 4G wireless services, Guthrie said. (eweek.com)
- 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)
- Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited is jointly owned by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago (51 percent) and Cable & Wireless (49 percent). (chron.com)
- Serving both service provider and enterprise customers, Nortel delivers innovative technology solutions encompassing end-to-end broadband, Voice over IP, multimedia services and applications, and wireless broadband designed to help people solve the world's greatest challenges. (computerworld.com.au)
- As states move toward smart communities, companies increase the internet of things (IoT) connected devices, and the path toward automated vehicles becomes a reality, wireless demand will only increase. (ncsl.org)
- Relates to the State Properties Code, to authorize the State Properties Commission to enter into leases in certain rural technology lease eligible counties for the purpose of providing wireless service or broadband service to the public without submission to the General Assembly for approval. (ncsl.org)
- This includes traditional residential and SMB services as well as the broader B2B market for fixed network providers, IoT market opportunities, wireless/mobility and other consumer services. (electronics.ca)
- This research evaluates the prepaid wireless market in the United States including major provider analysis and service assessment, technologies involved in prepaid service delivery, and assessment of the future of prepaid communications, content, and commerce. (electronics.ca)
- Mobile chipset maker to pay license fee arrears to government to resolve dispute and proceed with plans to roll out wireless broadband services, says report. (zdnet.com)
- U.S. mobile chipset manufacturer Qualcomm can finally get its wireless broadband services plans off the ground in India, after it resolved a dispute with the local government regarding outstanding license fees owed by one the company's joint venture partners. (zdnet.com)
- Given the worldwide developments in wireless broadband, we are responsive to the needs of Canadian businesses and entrepreneurs to make spectrum available for new services. (internetnews.com)
- According to a leading financial daily, Bharti Airtel has completed the merger of Augere Wireless Broadband India (Augere), a wholly owned subsidiary with itself. (equitymaster.com)
- Augere is engaged in the business of operating, supplying, managing, dealing and using communication, telecommunication service, telecommunication system etc. as also carrying on the business in the field of providing broadband wireless service, internet service, telecommunication etc. (equitymaster.com)
- Service Rollout Expected Next Summer at Affordable Prices Ice Wireless and Iristel concluded successful trials this week for a new satellite-based telephone and Internet network to be launched in Canada's North. (tmcnet.com)
- Onsite support was provided by Coman Arctic, a logistics company based in Iqaluit that has worked with Ice Wireless for the past two years to bring competitive telecommunication services to Nunavut. (tmcnet.com)
- About ICE Established in 2005, Ice Wireless ('ICE') is a telephone and Internet company that provides service to rural and remote communities in northern Canada. (tmcnet.com)
- Motive's software is used by many of the world's largest broadband providers to automate the delivery of new services and help providers, such as TSTT, keep operational costs in check. (chron.com)
- The user is one of the world's largest telecommunications companies and operates in more than 170 countries. (fujitsu.com)
- These include global financial markets, with the BT Radianz Cloud - the world's largest secure networked financial community, BT Connected Science - a cloud-based collaboration platform for the global pharmaceutical industry and BT Compute for Health - a secure managed hosting service tailored to the UK health market that can support secure applications containing patient identifiable information. (bt.com)
- Since 1934, U.S. communications law has been rooted in making telephone service available and affordable throughout the country. (benton.org)
- Because of the magnitude of the policy disagreements at the FCC between Democratic and Republican Commissioners, many FCC observers believe that a number of these recent decisions will be scaled-back or reversed once Republican Commissioners acquire a majority or as the Republican majorities in the House and Senate focus on telecommunications policy including a possible re-write of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended. (lexology.com)
- Thursday of this week, the FCC will likely vote to classify the Internet as a public utility by regulating it under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. (forbes.com)
- Universal service is a cornerstone of the law that established the FCC, the Communications Act of 1934 . (cybertelecom.org)
- The next step in the evolution of universal service was the Communications Act of 1934 . (cybertelecom.org)
- In response to this competitive threat, Mueller argues, AT&T campaigned to oppose the entrance of competition and revised the history of "universal service" as an AT&T mandate stemming back to the Communications Act of 1934. (cybertelecom.org)
- Michael Copps will leave an enduring legacy of unmatched achievement touching every corner of telecommunications policy, benefitting consumers, competition, choice and our entire country. (thenation.com)
- The Commission created a balanced set of rules that give consumers meaningful control over their personal information while maintaining flexibility for telecommunications companies to use data for improving services, crafting new technologies, and advertising. (cdt.org)
- As a result, Internet service providers can freely share customers' sensitive confidential information, including browsing data, app usage, and personally identifiable information, without providing notice to consumers or obtaining their consent. (law.com)
- The rules shouldn't change how most consumers experience the Internet in the short-term, as they would largely codify what has been voluntary practice for the broadband industry. (cpr.org)
- According to news reports, the proposed rules include reclassification of broadband as a "telecommunications service"-a move that provides for sounder footing to protect content creators and consumers. (futureofmusic.org)
- America's innovative broadband providers are united by the principle that digital privacy is sacred and government has a role in ensuring that consumers can both confidently use the internet and maintain their privacy to the degree that they are comfortable. (multichannel.com)
- Instead, all players in our internet economy should be working together to avoid further policy fragmentation and build on the strengths of existing approaches to develop our own comprehensive, unified privacy blueprint that puts consumers first, builds digital trust and applies to all companies interacting with individuals on the internet. (multichannel.com)
- T he Authority for Consumers and Markets ( Autoriteit Consument & Markt ) oversees fair competition as well as consumer protection in the energy, telecommunication, transport and postal services sector. (europa.eu)
- Competing services, meanwhile, could cause consumers to plow through their monthly data allotments resulting in overage fees. (yahoo.com)
- Graph 1 Transparency Transparency of prices and service features allows consumers to make informed choices between different services and helps to foster a competitive and safe market for remittances. (docplayer.net)
- The fixed-line operators Uganda Telecom and MTN Uganda offer a range of data services, but mobile phones seem likely to predominate as the means for accessing the Internet. (itu.int)
- TSTT's "Quick Start" is based on Motive's High Speed Data FAST (Fully Automated Service Technology ) solution, which allows users to activate their broadband service through self-installation. (chron.com)
- Finally, in formulating a national mapping and data collection strategy, NTIA should take into consideration that some states, such as Colorado, have already begun mapping projects using non-ARRA and/or Broadband Data Improvement Act funds. (doc.gov)
- They would expose internet users to unnecessary privacy and data security risks and undermine consumer trust in the broadband market. (cdt.org)
- Alwaleed, meanwhile, said in the statement that he shares McCaw's vision about providing high-speed data connections to businesses everywhere, and "particularly to parts of the world, including the Middle East and Africa, that would not get that broadband capability any other way. (computerworld.co.nz)
- By deploying OME 6500, TelstraClear can seamlessly converge its voice and data networks, while enabling new revenue-generating broadband services for business and residential customers. (computerworld.com.au)
- Internet users should be certain that sharing images, exchanging messages, visiting websites, engaging in commerce and sending sensitive data are the types of acts the entire internet ecosystem is obligated to respect and protect. (multichannel.com)
- It worked with internet service providers and deployed engineers to verify service providers' data, so now multiple layers of broadband availability by speed and type are publically available. (kmuw.org)
- Seventy-two of the state's 88 internet service providers voluntarily submitted data, and FCC data was used for the companies that declined to respond or participate (Legg said none was available for six providers). (kmuw.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)
- The lessons learned from these broadband projects and today's report will help the larger community working to close the digital divide, and we encourage researchers to use the survey data for further analysis. (doc.gov)
- The growth of internet in the first nine months of the year has been the lowest in three years despite the roll out of the faster 4G mobile data service in February. (thedailystar.net)
- As a result, the number of internet users might not increase, as they would not be able to get the best out of the fast data speed offered by 4G. (thedailystar.net)
- 4G offers the fastest mobile internet and that is related to using more data. (thedailystar.net)
- BT today announced an additional investment in its data centre capacity to meet the increasing demand from large UK-based organisations for sustainable, secure and compliant cloud-based services. (bt.com)
- BT will leverage the data centres to develop new managed cloud services for UK organisations where enhanced security is paramount, such as central and local government, defence and security, police and health. (bt.com)
- The capability the two new data centres offer adds to the company's existing BT Compute portfolio of cloud services, which span public, private and hybrid clouds through to traditional telehousing and colocation services. (bt.com)
- It not only provides a broadband connection but also a wide range of additional data and voice services. (pressreleasepoint.com)
- For the latest data on broadband coverage, subscriptions and penetrations, coverage of different broadband technologies and costs check the scoreboard reports and the country reports of the Digital Economy & Society Index ( DESI ). (europa.eu)
- That means the independent agency will put its full weight behind preserving the principle of net neutrality, which says that all data on the internet must be treated equally. (attn.com)
- Under that type deal, Netflix would pay Comcast to prioritize the movement of Netflix data over the internet. (attn.com)
- Apart from the AI and robotics sector as well as automated driving technology, the study has identified application areas such as solutions related to marketing, information services and security that could offer additional opportunities for European companies. (medium.com)
- 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 satellite will be a great addition to our Information Technology heralding our entry into the Satellite Club of the world," she said, adding, "The Bangabandhu Satellite-1 will certainly bring revolutionary changes in our broadcast and telecommunications sector. (thedailystar.net)
- The telecommunication sector has emerged as one of the key sectors responsible for India's resurgence and economic growth. (scribd.com)
- The Impact of Liberalizing the Telecommunication Sector in Morocco. (uni-muenchen.de)
- Kinlochleven homes and businesses join those in towns and villages from Shetland to Argyll which are seeing fibre based broadband roll-out to rural areas thanks to a £146m investment. (ice-factor.co.uk)
- The delivery of fibre based broadband to the Outer Hebrides and the wider Highlands and Islands has been hailed as the most complex undertaken in the UK. (allmediascotland.com)
- Democratic Commissioners Michael Copps and Mignon Clyburn have said they would support a proposal by Genachowski to reclassify broadband. (washingtonpost.com)
- My proposal assures the rights of internet users to go where they want, when they want, and the rights of innovators to introduce new products without asking anyone's permission. (cpr.org)
- Wheeler originally floated a proposal last summer that received wide backlash from Silicon Valley companies, open-Internet supporters and even the White House. (cpr.org)
- So the new proposal would "fundamentally change the way it oversees high-speed Internet service," The Wall Street Journal reports . (cpr.org)
- The Federal Communications Commission's special counsel for external affairs, Gigi Sohn, took to Twitter on Tuesday to discuss the release of the new proposal that would regulate how Internet service providers handle web traffic. (mashable.com)
- In a big win for Net Neutrality, the FCC has voted 3-2 to approve Commissioner Tom Wheeler's proposal to reclassify broadband as a Title II telecommunications utility. (attn.com)
- The decision comes after pressure Wednesday by key lawmakers and public interest groups to reclassify broadband services, which were deregulated as a service the agency had "ancillary" authority over. (washingtonpost.com)
- Proponents of reclassification said the move appeared to be a change of position after key lawmamkers and a grass-roots campaign called for Genachowski to reclassify broadband services. (washingtonpost.com)
- Using Title II of the Telecommunications Act to reclassify broadband companies as telecommunications providers is considered the strictest way to do so. (techworld.com.au)
- 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)
- This morning, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler published an op-ed in Wired announcing the FCC 's proposed open Internet rules under a strong But flexible framework. (futureofmusic.org)
- Congress should lead that effort by developing a framework with privacy principles that include: effective security, ample consumer choice and flexibility, and reliable notifications when breaches occur - also applied uniformly to all companies operating on the internet. (multichannel.com)
- Google's login services are failing for many people in the US on the afternoon of August 19th. (zdnet.com)
- and its new antitrust investigation of Google's Android operating system for anti-competitive tying and bundling of Google services. (precursorblog.com)
- Google's super-fast Internet service-up to 100 times quicker than basic broadband-is heading for four more US metropolitan areas as the technology titan ramps up pressure on cable service giants. (phys.org)
- The FCC should defer action while compromise talks between companies in the broadband and Internet industries, going on since mid-year, continue, he added. (techworld.com.au)
- CA Technologies acquired Australian telecomm consultancy Torokina Networks to strengthen IT services it provides to telecommunications companies, CA Technologies said on Jan. 25. (eweek.com)
- The deal actually closed on Dec. 22 but the companies decided to delay the announcement until key customers had been briefed and the sales teams trained, Steve Guthrie, director of product strategy in CA's Service Assurance business unit, told eWEEK. (eweek.com)
- The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), led by Chairman Michael Powell, decrees that broadband Internet service is not a ' telecommunications service ,' which means that it can't be subject to the same regulations that govern old-school telephone companies. (scientificamerican.com)
- Importantly, these rules would have forced Internet providers to treat the information going through their network in the same way that telephone companies treat the information going over their lines-a total 'hands-off' policy. (scientificamerican.com)
- It would do so by proposing to regulate the Internet as a public utility, like telecom companies. (cpr.org)
- Down the road, however, they could make it easier for companies to offer bandwidth-hungry services such as online video-streaming without having to first seek approval or enter into business arrangements with the broadband providers. (cpr.org)
- With the growth of the Internet, the increased public consciousness of hacking, and some high profile security incidents, most companies realised that they had to start offering security, no longer as an optional extra or differentiator, but as a commodity. (eurocomms.com)
- 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)
- Genachowski also said the approach will forbid the FCC from regulating rates charged by telephone and cable companies for Internet service. (eweek.com)
- News Corp. is a network of leading companies in the world of diversified media, news, and information services. (nypost.com)
- In mid-December, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue announced that telecommunications companies, rural electric cooperatives and utilities, internet service providers and municipalities may apply for funding from the $600 million pool to connect rural areas that currently have insufficient broadband service. (prnewswire.com)
- Broadband Solutions' success can be pinned down to how the internet service provider filled a need that wasn't being met by existing telecommunications companies, according to Bashiry. (smartcompany.com.au)
- The proposed regulations would even give the FCC some control over paid peering agreements between broadband companies and Internet content providers such as Netflix, the report said. (techworld.com.au)
- To the public, this "Bell System" furnishes facilities, in its "universality" of service and connection, of infinite value to the business world, a service which could not be furnished by dissociated companies. (cybertelecom.org)
- So as time ticked down Friday afternoon, Republicans in Congress were trying to shut down the Internet and the federal government - simultaneously. (thenation.com)
- Expecting, perhaps, a wave of new Members of Congress, we had an eye on the elections of Members of key Congressional committees with jurisdiction over telecommunications. (benton.org)
- Here's a look at what well could be the telecommunications agenda in the 115th Congress -- and who's in charge of that agenda. (benton.org)
- The FCC, as mandated by Congress , has successfully overseen consumer privacy for the telephone network for decades, and it was now tasked with establishing privacy rules for Internet Service Providers. (publicknowledge.org)
- Broadband is vital to personal success and essential for the country's future economic success. (benton.org)
- The Wall Street Journal ( WSJ ) reported last Friday that the company offered to pay 4.1 billion rupees (US$83.5 million) in license fee arrears owed by Tulip Telecom during a tribunal hearing, and the country's Department of Telecommunications had accepted the offer. (zdnet.com)
- Even if Schmidt isn't officially representing Google in North Korea, the company stands to benefit if the country's leadership were to loosen its Internet restrictions. (fosters.com)
- The FCC established four programs within the Universal Service Fund to implement the statute. (cybertelecom.org)
- The Universal Service Fund is paid for by contributions from providers of telecommunications based of an assessment on their interstate and internation end-user revenues. (cybertelecom.org)
- The Universal Service Administrative Company , or USAC , administers the four programs and collects monies for the Universal Service Fund under the direction of the FCC. (cybertelecom.org)
- The new players who have rolled out commercial services in the broadband segment include Tangerine (Nomad) Communications and TMP Uganda. (itu.int)
- Other locations in the Lochaber area where the first customers can currently order fibre based services include Spean Bridge , Fort William , and Corpach . (ice-factor.co.uk)
- The telecommunications giant, whose businesses include cellphones and broadband services, stirred up the Internet's version of a hornet's nest over the weekend when it blocked its high-speed Internet customers from accessing some parts of the Web site 4chan.org. (nypost.com)
- Changes the definitions relative to the One Georgia Authority Act to include broadband services in the terms cost of project and project. (ncsl.org)
- In 2007, the Joint Board of the FCC redefined the concept of universal service to include broadband. (brookings.edu)
- Initial plans of the trio include developing and marketing a Japanese version of @Home's cable Internet service for Asia that will launch by the year 2000. (internetnews.com)
- In the March 31 COVID-19 Interim Final Rule with comment period, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) established separate payment for audio-only telephone evaluation and management services. (aacap.org)
- The terms Internet telephony , broadband telephony , and broadband phone service specifically refer to the provisioning of communications services (voice, fax , SMS , voice-messaging) over the public Internet, rather than via the public switched telephone network (PSTN), also known as plain old telephone service (POTS). (wikipedia.org)
- Early providers of voice-over-IP services used business models and offered technical solutions that mirrored the architecture of the legacy telephone network. (wikipedia.org)
- We found, through this mapping exercise, that there actually are pockets of areas where people do live - here in Dodge City and even in the suburbs of Kansas City - that don't have service, that need it," said Brent Legg, who's the vice president of government affairs with Connected Nation, at the State Independent Telephone Association Conference on July 30. (kmuw.org)
- Skype, for those unfamiliar, is a service that allows one to use their broadband internet connection as a telephone line. (thesimpledollar.com)
- Cox Communications is a broadband communications and entertainment company, providing advanced digital video, Internet, telephone and home security and automation services over its own nationwide IP network. (prnewswire.com)
- Trade imbalance in international message telephone services. (uni-muenchen.de)
- Since that time, universal service policies have helped make telephone service ubiquitous, even in remote rural areas. (cybertelecom.org)
- Milton Mueller argues that the modern vision of "universal service" was was born in the 1970s with the reintroduction of telephone service competition. (cybertelecom.org)
- At the same time, Iristel plans to expand its CLEC footprint to offer a range of telephony services including fixed line home telephone and long distance services. (tmcnet.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)
- It's expected that the FCC will formally vote tomorrow to regulate internet service as Title II telecommunications utility, according to multiple reports. (attn.com)
- Customers connected to these cabinets will be able to check online or with their internet service provider if they can now place an order. (allmediascotland.com)
- The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced that monies from the Provider Relief Fund have begun to flow. (aacap.org)
- Net neutrality is the concept that your Internet provider should be a neutral gateway to everything on the Internet, not a gatekeeper deciding to load some sites slower than others or impose fees for faster service. (cpr.org)
- our focus was on protecting our customers from malicious traffic," AT&T explained in a statement yesterday following online calls to attack the Internet service provider in retaliation. (nypost.com)
- Clearly, it was cheaper than the cost of our land line on paper , but our land line was part of a bundled service with our telecommunications provider, and dropping the land line wouldn't actually save us that much at all on our total bill. (thesimpledollar.com)
- We live rather close to a tower that seems to be used by several providers, so almost every cell phone provider has stellar service from our home. (thesimpledollar.com)
- Reliable handling of delivery and support services for a network in several European countries that is operated by a leading global telecommunications carrier and is used by a major provider of financial information to thousands of financial market experts. (fujitsu.com)
- And that elevates the risk that a site or app you like might have to pay off your internet provider, or that you'd have to pay more to visit or use it. (yahoo.com)
- The breakdown of the Q sample according to the type of remittance service provider (RSP) is displayed in Graph 1. (docplayer.net)
- There is no national body of expertise prepared to deal with new disruptive technologies like robotics, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, drones, the Internet of Things, nanotechnology, genomics and even climate manipulation. (ipolitics.ca)
- Policy differences between Democratic and Republican Commissioners were usually more differences of emphasis or priorities rather than on fundamentals, with both parties generally supporting a significant amount of deregulation and changes to introduce and support new technologies and services. (lexology.com)
- Using Watson and Esri technologies , I drilled down from the 3,988 students to the actual census blocks and plotted internet coverage for the superintendent. (ibm.com)
- The Internet was different because its technologies, business models and creativity were permissionless. (forbes.com)
- The number of internet users would not escalate if the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence technologies are not adopted, said a top official of another operator. (thedailystar.net)
- The commission later put other broadband technologies into this same bucket. (yahoo.com)
- However, the regulator estimates that, with the dramatic increase in the number of public facilities such as Internet cafés, around 2.5 million people were going online. (itu.int)
- It is an exciting time for customers in Trinidad and Tobago where the public now has a choice of a variety of broadband solutions. (chron.com)
- AACAP has endeavored to bring timely information to its members on the many federal policy changes and clarifications that apply to the delivery of telehealth services and other areas of importance resulting from the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. (aacap.org)
- After months of debate, discussion and the culling of nearly 4 million public comments on the matter, the Federal Communications Commission appears poised to decide how it will regulate the Internet. (cpr.org)
- Public Knowledge is an advocate for putting broadband customers in the driver's seat of their personal information. (publicknowledge.org)
- According to Steve Pociask, president of the American Consumer Institute , "Reclassifying broadband services to a 'common carrier' telecommunications service will - without any doubt whatsoever - expose these services to existing (not to mention potentially new) public utility and regulated telecommunications taxes. (forbes.com)
- Most importantly, the decision maintains that the internet is a public utility , as critical as phone service and power. (brookings.edu)
- In the Netherlands, several public authorities including local municipalities, regional provinces and on a national level, the Ministry of Economic Affairs ( Ministerie van Economische Zaken ) are responsible for broadband development in the country. (europa.eu)
- Universal service obligations (USOs) were often not explicit but were seen as part of the organization's general public service mandate. (ictregulationtoolkit.org)
- The company was formed to acquire and launch satellites and sell capacity to Asian direct broadcasting and broadband service providers. (spaceflightnow.com)
- Bain & Company has built a detailed model that quantifies the economics of broadband delivery for more than 200,000 neighborhoods in the US. (bain.com)
- TSTT understands that to profitably deliver, support and maintain new broadband services, the company must make these offerings easy to use, and impossible to do without," said Sanjay Castelino , vice president of strategic marketing for Motive. (chron.com)
- Teledesic has announced that a Saudi Arabian prince has invested $US200 million in the satellite telecommunications company, which already boasts heavyweights such as Microsoft CEO Bill Gates among its investors. (computerworld.co.nz)
- AUCKLAND, New Zealand - TelstraClear, New Zealand's second largest full service telecommunications company, has implemented a major upgrade of its North Island backbone network with optical solutions from Nortel* [NYSE/TSX: NT]. (computerworld.com.au)
- The company said it took the action because of concerns of an online attack linked to some of 4chan's Internet protocol, or IP, addresses. (nypost.com)
- The company will have to clear the outstanding amount within four weeks, after which it should receive its Internet license within a week, the report stated. (zdnet.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)
- The company has already launched G1GABLAST service in parts of the Phoenix, Arizona and Orange County, California areas, Las Vegas and Omaha. (prnewswire.com)
- The company had won this spectrum for Rs 1.24 billion in 2010 but has not rolled out services. (equitymaster.com)
- For years, the Mountain View, California, company has pushed for more accessible and affordable Internet connections and Web-surfing devices on the premise that its business ultimately will make more money if people spend more time online. (fosters.com)
- Commissioner Copps upholds the values that the Communications Act directs the FCC to fulfill on behalf of the American people: Diversity, Localism, Universal Service, Competition, and Innovation. (thenation.com)
- Some people think that regulating the internet as a utility might have a negative effect on innovation. (attn.com)
- Tribune file photo) Monument Valley in southern San Juan County, Utah, where fiber optic lines for broadband internet are scheduled to be placed in 2021. (sltrib.com)
- At one point during my freshman year the fiber optic wire that provided Oxford with high -speed Internet service was accidentally damaged during a construction project causing an outage that lasted a few hours. (miamistudent.net)
- Designed to assist service providers in improving return on existing assets and to support long-term investment protection, OME 6500 will enable TelstraClear to capitalise on the potential of its core fibre optic network to deliver high-speed optical transport and meet New Zealand's growing demand for an increasing variety of affordable, high-speed broadband services. (computerworld.com.au)
- The research report gives you the yearly outlook of the emergence of demand for mobiles, fixed landline, broadband services and ICT goods trade. (researchandmarkets.com)
- Mr Smith commented: "As the owner of Ice Factor Kinlochleven, the National Centre for Ice Climbing and a major adventure tourism attraction in the Highlands and Islands , I am very pleased to see high speed broadband arrive in Kinlochleven. (ice-factor.co.uk)
- 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)
- If we get the [high-speed] internet to the schools, it wouldn't be long until it would be available to the chapters and other places on the reservation," Adams said, adding that the service could boost employment opportunities for residents. (sltrib.com)
- This decision resolves the dispute, which has been ongoing since June 2010, after Qualcomm paid over US$1 billion to clinch four bandwidth slots to launch high-speed Internet services . (zdnet.com)
- Nishijo noted that "@Home's delivery of high-speed Internet services represents one of the most exciting opportunities for cable operators today. (internetnews.com)
- With roughly 15 million Internet users, Japan is an extremely promising market for high-speed cable Internet services and a tremendous next step in @Home's international expansion,'' said John O'Farrell, @Home Network's senior vice president of international operations. (internetnews.com)
- Full words, voice over Internet Protocol , or voice over IP , are sometimes used. (wikipedia.org)
- The bill does not apply to the blocking of caller identification information, to law-enforcement agencies and officers, to intelligence or security agencies of the federal government and their employees, or to telecommunications, broadband, or Voice-over-Internet protocol service providers in certain circumstances. (richmondsunlight.com)
- Representatives of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) questioned the need for the FCC to pass new rules prohibiting broadband providers from selectively blocking Web traffic. (techworld.com.au)
- Jonathan Spalter is the president and CEO of USTelecom, a telecommunications industry trade association representing broadband service providers, manufacturers and suppliers in the world of internet-based communications and entertainment. (multichannel.com)
- Zimbabwe Telecommunication industry is compared with peer markets to analyze the position of the country in the regional and global front. (researchandmarkets.com)
- The telecommunications industry is moving at a rapid pace. (internetnews.com)
- When the 3G service was launched in 2013, the telecom industry saw exponential growth, according to industry insiders. (thedailystar.net)
- Almost overnight, tech industry leaders, start-ups, high-profile investors, non-profits and thought leaders organized a powerful movement to save the open Internet in Europe. (futureofmusic.org)
- Ubiquitously available broadband could unleash an estimated $500 billion in economic growth, create more than 1.2 million high-wage jobs, restore America's global competitiveness, boost business productivity - which is essential to raising standards of living for all families in America - and allow small businesses to reach global markets. (benton.org)
- WASHINGTON , DC -This week, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is expected to circulate his plans to preserve an open Internet where musicians, composers and other content creators can reach audiences without discrimination or interference from a handful of powerful Internet Service Providers. (futureofmusic.org)
- Is It Too Soon to Declare Cable the Winner in the Broadband Wars? (bain.com)
- The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking asks questions about whether, and if so, how, cable modem service should be regulated by the Commission. (federalregister.gov)
- After all, our monthly telecommunications bill regularly runs into the three figures, including broadband internet, cable, a land line, and our cell phones. (thesimpledollar.com)
- Jupiter Telecommunications is a joint venture between majority owner Sumitomo Corporation and Liberty Media International Inc. Founded in January 1995, J-COM currently provides cable television services to 348,000 homes in Japan and will own 36 percent of @Home Japan. (internetnews.com)