wireline

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wireline

A communications connection via a copper or fiber cable. See landline.
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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.
Brian Hiener, Convergys' industry lead in the wireline market, also sees the monopoly mindset, but at the same time suggests that most companies providing wireline service now see themselves as having expanded beyond that one category.
The bad news is that for every 100 wirelines displaced, the wireless industry may only gain 30 net-new subscribers.
Study Reveals 6 Million Households Will Displace Their Wireline
As part of its overall platform, XOsoft solutions empower not only individual webmasters in the retail sector to speed robust content to users, but also large wireless and wireline carriers.
This "extended cordless" service gives the subscriber large area coverage while maintaining wireline clarity.