major wave

major wave

[′mā·jər ′wāv]
(communications)
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The reality is that 5G will bring a major wave of connectivity that opens new dimensions for innovation and commercial and economic development, said George Nazi, Accentures Network practice global lead.
CAIRO - 17 October 2018: The Egyptian cabinet has approved the licensing of 76 churches and 44 affiliated buildings per a 2016 law in a major wave of legalization of Christian venues.
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned early August that Yemen is likely to be struck by another major wave of cholera cases after a series of airstrikes by Saudi Arabia struck water facilities and medical infrastructure in the port city of Hudaydah.
"We've had two major waves of cholera epidemics in recent years and unfortunately the trend data that we've seen in the last days to weeks suggests that we may be on the cusp of the third major wave of cholera epidemics in Yemen," WHO emergency response chief Peter Salama told reporters in Geneva.
We expect 2018 will be a transitional year in our served markets, as the technology landscape shifts in anticipation of the next major wave of infrastructure investments in Cloud Data Centers and 5G Telecom.
The second major wave of passenger traffic is expected to be recorded next week, during which another 300,000 passengers are expected to travel."
Party insiders in Washington are closely watching this race as a potential opportunity if a major wave takes shape.
When a major wave of terrorism comes, we sees small acts of terrorism and we have reports that warn us of Quetta like or several smaller terrorist incidents in Karachi, told a senior counter terrorism officer, while talking to The Frontier Post on last Tuesday.
Department of Health and Human Services -- started a major wave of auditsof hospitals, group health plans, insurers and other entities directly covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act privacy and data security rules.
"I was part of the first major wave of baby boomers at the college, and they couldn't add faculty fast enough to keep up with all of us," Craig said.
Tyne and Wear and Greater Belfast were the only major conurbations in the UK which scarcely experienced the next major wave of immigration from the 'New Commonwealth' after 1945.
In "Invisible Immigrants: The English in Canada since 1945, Marilyn Barber (a historian of immigration, women's and gender history, and oral history) and Murray Watson (a UK based oral historian specializing in postwar English immigration) document the experiences of English-born immigrants who chose to come to Canada during England's last major wave of emigration between the 1940s and the 1970s.