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network provider

An organization that delivers telecommunications services over a typically large geographic area. See common carrier.
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While network providers might get their act together, most probably by 2020, the hardware will also have to come up to par.
In order to ensure true diversity, you need to sit down with each of your network providers and, with a fine tooth comb, look through every overpass and entryway down to the street level to ensure diversity.
SynergiDesign built a PowerPoint presentation using existing company branding and brought the messages to life, designing a presentation for this international IT network provider explaining their technologies and USPs.
Transmission of NBN, Al-Jadeed and Al-Manar were all disrupted over the weekend, when two leading network providers NileSat and Arabsat were hit by what has been described as a "sophisticated" blocking attack.
DataCom has selected Meru Networks as the wireless network provider to ensure coverage across Stockholm, particularly in high density areas such as the Media Centre, where large files including photos and videos are transmitted from the event to news centres around the world.
The 24/7 facility is a 5,000 square foot Central Office grade location providing fully-dedicated co-location, managed services and 24/7 support, while offering cross-connections to major Tier 1 and Tier 2 network providers connected to the building.
I can't understand why the whole of these islands weren't split into bands in the first place, and each band given to a different network provider, as in many European countries, rather than the ridiculous lottery we have at present.
I can't understand why the whole of these islands weren't split into bands in the first place, and each band given to a different network provider as is done in many European countries rather than the ridiculous lottery we have at present.
users with a means to direct a network provider not to log traffic.
The system uses the enterprise WAN to deliver 911 calls to RedSky's tier 1 infrastructure and network provider partners.
But network provider Orange has told the 20-year-old Uwic business student, originally from Milford Haven, he will have to foot the bill because it took him almost a day to report the theft.

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