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commercial Internet

A reference to the Internet after the major backbones were taken over in 1995 by commercial carriers such as MCI and Sprint. See Internet.
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Many commercial Internet providers offer unlimited access for about $25 per month.
The commercial Internet is expected to find uses quickly for technical innovations.
Several investment firms (Quick & Reilly, Max Ule and E*Trade) also have set up electronic links with the major commercial Internet providers to give investors multiple access paths to their brokerage accounts.
As the inventor and patent holder of Internet bingo1, Parlay is the first company in the world to develop and deploy a commercial Internet bingo product.
The Commercial Internet eXchange is a trade association that represents approximately 150 Internet Service Provider member networks who handle more than 90 percent of the United States' Internet traffic.
Microsoft's commercial Internet products are proven, thereby significantly reducing the technical risk of creating an advanced Internet online service.
PT Indosat's commitment to our Microsoft Commercial Internet System is the beginning of an alliance that will take advantage of the strengths of both companies.
March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- The Commercial Internet eXchange Association has released its first "Internet Service Provider Survey" on the U.
As a professional commercial Internet media, Chengku develops its business based on a B2B model with E-commerce services.
Switch and Data, a leading Internet exchange and managed infrastructure provider, today announced it has significantly increased its presence in four markets -- New York City 60 Hudson, a premier carrier hotel, Toronto, Buffalo, and Palo Alto, the world's densest commercial Internet exchange.
a leading provider of innovative email defense solutions that ensure email protection and security for enterprises, service providers, government organizations, resellers and their customers, today revealed that only 3 percent of unsolicited commercial Internet email complied with the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act in February.

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