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wireline

A communications connection via a copper or fiber cable. See landline.
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Key product features of the E-LINE by DIRAK MLR Series include:
Deltacom's new E-Line service will start at 10 Mb/s and will be available at speeds up to 1 Gb/s, to meet a variety of customer needs.
Ethernet UNI for E-Line and E-LAN Services in Any Existing Edge/Core Network: The A-1180 is an ideal demarcation device for operators who want to deliver high-value Ethernet services to business customers.
E-Line Services Revenue by Bandwidth, 2012-2017 ($M)
The assets acquired from AWS include four conventional Appalachian frac spreads (approximately 17,000 horsepower), a new 20,000 horsepower Marcellus Shale frac spread (to be deployed by year-end), 7 cement spreads, 19 E-line units, two small coiled tubing units and support equipment.
The new E-Line CES enhancements, to be available later this month in locations served by a CES-enabled central office, include:
ConnectPlus E-Line will initially be available between Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, the United Kingdom and United States, countries where domestic Ethernet coverage has already been established.
RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY 13 E-Line Media Establishes New Game Development Studios in Phoenix and Seattle 13 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Takes Over Tribal Nova 13 Infinitas Learning and Excelsoft Technologies Enter into Joint Venture 13 Institute of Play Establishes GLASS Lab 14 Learning Game Network Merges with ERIA Interactive 14 WeWantToKnow and Center for Game Science Ink Agreement 14 4.
0 Certification Program to include network equipment used for delivering E-Line and E-Access services that can be port or VLAN based up to 100 Gigabits per second.
I am immensely proud of the major strides achieved by Uzma's E-Line and slickline team since its inception in 2009 .
This three bedroom, 3-bath unit in the coveted E-Line of The Leonard has just been listed by Andre Rouach and Michael Kaye at Douglas Elliman.
Over the last 10 years, the MEF has been key in generating industry consensus in a comprehensive set of services (think E-Line, E-LAN and E-Tree) that are in high demand, and benefit from standardized definitions.