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aggregator

(networking)
A program for watching for new content at user-specified RSS feeds.

An example is BottomFeeder.

http://directory.google.com/Top/Reference/Libraries/Library_and_Information_Science/Technical_Services/Cataloguing/Metadata/RDF/Applications/RSS/News_Readers/.

content aggregator

An organization that combines information such as news, sports scores, weather forecasts and reference materials from various sources and makes it available to its customers. See customer aggregator.

remote access concentrator

A remote access server that supports one or more T1/E1 lines, allowing multiple analog and ISDN calls to come in over one port from the telephone company. Remote access concentrators can handle much higher call densities than remote access servers. They include the dial-up protocols, access control and the equivalent of a modem pool. See remote access server, remote access router and IAD.
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Readers rely on aggregators to help them sort through an overabundance of information online.
3TS Capital Partners, a growth capital investor for Central and Eastern Europe, said that its 3TS Cisco Growth Fund has invested in Rankomat.pl, Poland's largest online insurance aggregator, by acquiring a minority stake in the firm.
Summary: Apart from a growing number of user-friendly and content-rich websites by insurance companies, customers now have several aggregator sites at their disposal.
Because the use is a brief portion and is designed for news reporting purposes, aggregators have claimed that their use is fair.
Outsell analyst Ken Doctor said in a statement that "among the aggregators, Google's effect on the newspaper industry is particularly striking.
The pricing structure used by the aggregators varies according to the type of project, among other things.
The Bahrain central bank has issued its final rules on insurance aggregators.
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) yesterday said it has become one of few central banks to have introduced rules relating to insurance aggregators to further enhance the position of Bahrain as a leading fintech hub in the Mena region.
Abdul Rahman Al Baker The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has issued the final rules on "insurance aggregators".
This year two leading US university presses made the bold step to bypass scholarly publishing aggregators and distributors, such as EBSCO and ProQuest, and sell digital collections directly to libraries.
The "competitive intrusion" of third-party delivery aggregators will increase in magnitude over the next two-to-three-year period, Mullan tells investors in a research note.