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allotter

[ə′läd·ər]
(communications)
A telephone term referring to a distributor, associated with the finder control group relay assembly, which allots an idle line-finder in preparation for an additional call.
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" They said adding the government must allot shops for mutton vendor in parking plaza.
Allot WebSafe Personal enables Triple C to secure the digital experience of subscribers by providing Security as a Service (SECaaS) to consumers and businesses protecting them from online threats and harmful content.
To complement its SECaaS offerings for businesses, the operator also offers the Allot ContentProtector solution, providing URL blacklisting for regulatory compliance.
Allot Communications Ltd (TASE: ALLT) (Nasdaq:ALLT), a provider of security and monetisation solutions that enable service providers to protect and personalise the digital experience, announced on Tuesday that it received orders from four existing tier 1 mobile operator customers for Allot Smart Data Source.
The director has the power to allot a house to anyone, whether or not they are associated with AIIMS," said a senior AIIMS official on condition of anonymity.
Through the integration of Ortiva Wireless' mobile video optimisation solution into a single network intelligence platform, or selling it as a stand-alone, Allot will further enhance its Allot Service Gateway offering, the buyer said.
Summary: Specialists in luxury cabinet making, Allot FrE res Workshops will take part for the first time in the Parisian Maison & Objet (House & Object) trade show, from next September 5th to 9th.
The Allot Service Gateway enables carriers and ISPs to enforce application-specific policies designed to maximize network efficiency and reduce operational expenditure.
LAHORE -- The Punjab government on Thursday accorded approval to allot three plots to public sector departments, including Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra), for setting up their offices.
It is worth mentioning here that Supreme Court during in a verdict regarding Jubilee Chowk case, strictly directed CDA, not to allot Public Park and Green Areas to any private firm, further said that any private company who wants to decorate any park, cannot open there any business or put there any advertisement board, because public has to bear their burden afterwards.
However, their respective parties did not allot tickets to them for every constituency they had filed for.
PPP's Secretary General Nayyar Hussain Bukhari had requested the Election Commission of Pakistan to allot PPP its original electoral symbol of the sword.