major wave

major wave

[′mā·jər ′wāv]
(communications)
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We expect 2018 will be a transitional year in our served markets, as the technology landscape shifts in anticipation of the next major wave of infrastructure investments in Cloud Data Centers and 5G Telecom.
Iraqi officials announced that the ISIL deployed large numbers of suicide bombers in different parts of the Northern Iraqi city, but Iraq's armed forces blocked a major wave of attacks by militants outside the Old City of Mosul, as Takfiri terrorists have now been squeezed into a square mile of territory in Mosul's Old City.
I was part of the first major wave of baby boomers at the college, and they couldn't add faculty fast enough to keep up with all of us," Craig said.
Global growth is weak and is unlikely to improve particularly soon in the absence of a major wave of monetary easing across the world," Gary Dugan, Chief Investment Officer at National Bank of Abu Dhabi said.
In "Invisible Immigrants: The English in Canada since 1945, Marilyn Barber (a historian of immigration, women's and gender history, and oral history) and Murray Watson (a UK based oral historian specializing in postwar English immigration) document the experiences of English-born immigrants who chose to come to Canada during England's last major wave of emigration between the 1940s and the 1970s.
Development of a Major Wave Power Research Project.
When the first major wave of deportations ended, 437,000 Jews had been deported, almost all to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Anbar province is experiencing a major wave of armed operations which targets armed patrols and elements of the security forces as well as military and destruction of their homes .
The show was a great arena for Pidy to launch its second major wave of 14 lines into the market,' he says.
The cuts from a global workforce of over 100,000, Ricoh s first major wave of job losses, will be made both at home and abroad by March 2014.
2 million cubic feet per second under the Sukkur Barrage and Pakistan's meteorological agency said yet another major wave of water could hit the area Monday.
We believe that the first major wave of American crow mortality observed in the early summer of 2005 was the result of natural mortality among young American crows.