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teleport

[′tel·ə‚pȯrt]
(communications)
A planned business development area that features direct and economic access to a large number of domestic and international satellites for users in the surrounding region, with the aid of a regional distribution network.
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Sheikh Abdullah said the inauguration of the teleport is a new achievement for Qatar which is steadily progressing in carrying out its strategic projects in accordance with its National Vision 2030 and under the sound directives of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani.
"The teleport industry becomes more complex every year in terms of ownership, acquisition and competitive dynamics," said WTA executive director Robert Bell.
Currently, SES has over 30 teleports, including those of its subsidiaries O3b Networks and MX1 and other partner teleports.
Physicists at ETH Zurich have for the first time successfully teleported information in a so-called solid state system.
In addition to the above honorees, WTA presented the previously announced Teleport Executive of the Year Award to Bill Tillson, President and COO of Encompass Digital Media.
NO, not a story about winter garments - that might have been interesting - but the tale of David (Hadyn Christensen) who can teleport.
Swedish broadcast and media network solutions provider Net Insight AB said on Tuesday (28 August) that it has received an order for a video contribution network from the Singapore-based satellite communications provider ST Teleport.
Warfighters around the globe can expect a major increase in reachback capacity and capabilities through the DoD Teleport System.
Cable TV firm Telewest has rolled out its new Teleport service in Birmingham - enabling viewers to escape the confines of broadcast schedules.
PEOPLE in the Cotswolds rarely find themselves at the forefront of technology, but they're the first to get Telewest's Teleport service.
Teleport Communications, a unit of AT&T and a long-time tenant at 250 West 57th Street, has renewed its leases there for a total of 7,296 s/f, according to Barry Zeller, executive director of Cushman & Wakefield, the building's leasing and managing agent.
REACH is the only teleport operator with a genuine pan-Asian presence via two major hubs, including the Hong Kong gateway, and this agreement will further enhance its position as one of Asia's leading connectivity providers.