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unbundle

To sell components in a system separately. Contrast with bundle.
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This suggests that between 1996 and 2006 the states that unbundled early (Phase 1 states) outperformed the states that were just beginning to unbundle their SEBs in 2004 (Phase 2 states).
fourteen items included: (a) interconnection; (b) access to unbundle
The research firm also predicted that Microsoft would unbundle the
The civil aviation ministry last week allowed airlines to unbundle services which means they can charge extra for blocking seats in advance, check- in baggage, carrying equipment or high- value baggage.
29 ( ANI ): Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh has decided to permit scheduled airlines to unbundle certain services and to charge fees for these services separately.
They don't have the human resources, they don't have the infrastructure, to unbundle. To unbundle means to be rich in resources and they don't have the experts in the different fields that unbundling requires," she said.
CSAs are increasingly used by investment institutions to unbundle payments for research and commission services from brokers.