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wireline

A communications connection via a copper or fiber cable. See landline.
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8 December 2014 - US-based oilfield services company FTS International has completed the acquisition of substantially all the assets of J-W Wireline Co.
AT&T (NYSE: T) said Friday that wireline employees represented by the Communications Workers of America failed to ratify a three-year contract for the AT&T Southeast region.
Mitchell is returning to Wireline Engineering where he previously spent ten years in various technical and sales roles.
The takeover will expand the Norwegian company's cased hole wireline and slickline service offering in the USA.
Baker and Shira Levine, senior research analyst for next-generation Operational Support Systems (OSS) and billing at IDC, agree the largest problem for the wireline companies is one of mindset.
During that same period, the cost of local wireline calling has risen 72 percent along with inflation.
Every project that requires accurate location should use a wireline system with Tru-Tracker," says Jay Miller, Inrock sales and marketing manager.
NASDAQ: NTLS), a leading provider of wireless and wireline communications services (branded as NTELOS) in Virginia and West Virginia, announced today that David R.
4 November 2014 - US well completion services provider FTS International Inc (FTSI) announced that it had inked an agreement to purchase domestic cased-hole wireline company J-W Wireline Company from its parent J-W Energy Company.
The enterprise market currently leads overall spending for business wireline voice services.
The acquired business will be merged with Gray Wireline creating a major player in the US cased hole wireline market with 136 wireline units and six offshore skids.
Integration Associates, a high performance analogue, mixed-signal semiconductor solutions provider for wireless, wireline, and power management applications announced today that it has signed a distribution agreement with Components Distributors, Incorporated (CDI), a high-tech electronics distributor based in Denver, Colorado.