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VISP

(Virtual ISP) A VISP is an Internet service provider (ISP) that resells under its own name the services of another ISP (the "wholesale ISP"). A VISP is much like an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), which sells cellular services under its name but uses the transmission facilities of a carrier such as AT&T or Verizon. See ISP and MVNO.
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Chamois was the most abundant species at Visp and Sarnen, roe deer at Escholzmatt, and roe deer shared dominance with red deer at Triesenberg.
"There's a self-generated growth in [FOSS usage in Lebanon] from young grassroots tech communities," said Denys Fredoryshenko, technical manager of Lebanese broadband internet provider, Virtual-ISP (VISP).
The engineering and commercial team based in the new office in Solihull will work closely with the established Axeon product development teams in Dundee and Visp.
March 30 2010 - Cost-cutting measures in Lonza production plants at Visp and Basel will not affect feed industry related product output, the company said today.
ISPN provides a transparent outsourcing solution through technical help desk support (24 x 7 or customized hours), engineering, network monitoring, Web order entry, VISP solutions and hardware consultation.
Our adventure began with a twohour train journey to Visp and a one-hour coach trip to Saas-Fee past some of the most spectacular scenery in the world: Lake Geneva, Swiss vineyards and the Alps.
Our adventure began with a two-hour train journey to Visp and a one-hour coach trip to Saas-Fee past some of the most spectacular scenery in the world - Lake Geneva, Swiss vineyards and the Alps.
These observations, from what could be considered a quasi-experimental intervention, were essentially in agreement with results from reanalyses of data from 2 recent secondary intervention trials with folate, vitamin [B.sub.6], and cobalamin in cardiovascular patients (Hope-2 and VISP), demonstrating reduced risk of stroke following high-dose vitamin therapy in patients with normal kidney function and without cobalamin deficiency (11).
The most notable contract manufacturer that is expanding is Lonza, which is investing in its facilities in Braine-l' Alleud, Belgium, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, as well as making plans to build a new mammalian cell-culture plant in Singapore, and a biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Visp, Switzerland.
"In VISP, we shot ourselves in the foot in several ways," says Spence, who co-authored the study.
In addition to its data services including security, hosting, ASP, campus, multimedia and VISP, Koc.net now offers voice services with the New Long Distance Telephony Service (UMTH) Licence granted by the Telecommunications Authority on 17 May 2004.