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  • n. The construction and implementation of a system


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  • To compete, WiMAX needs to build out now, before LTE gains a threshold in major markets β€” but that WiMAX buildout is in doubt.

    Our Readers Take on the LTE v. WiMAX Debate

  • Consequently, we lag all the other industrialized countries in buildout investment, even France!! β€”

    Comcast Appeals F.C.C. Sanction - Bits Blog -

  • The big innovations are over, the low-hanging fruit has been picked and 'the IT buildout is much closer to its end than its beginning,' he writes.


  • It’s a good thing that this undersea cable buildout is expected to be cheaper than the last one.

    Demand for Bandwidth Leads to Fiber Boom

  • The pace of the buildout has been a key source of friction between Clearwire and Sprint.


  • Finally, looking beyond these near-term market difficulties, the market opportunities that drive our business continue to demonstrate continuing growth, namely the buildout of the broadband infrastructure, higher electronics content in gas-driven and hybrid vehicles and energy efficiency and other technological trends in industrial applications.

  • Verizon Wireless also said it was taking advantage of the growing demand for smartphones; the new plans will require customers to sign up for data plans, which could make up for the drop in voice revenues, and its plans to build up its customer base ahead of its ongoing LTE buildout, which is expected to cover 100 million potential customers by the end of the year.

    RCR Wireless News

  • However, I think that many of these recipes exist simply because that's the only way to write code for a buildout, which is buildout's most annoying trait, imho.

    Ian Bicking: a blog

  • United will spend $35 million on the "buildout" in the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, Chicago M.yor Richard M. Daley said at a news conference Thursday.

    UAL to Base Operations in Chicago

  • The moving costs and "buildout" expenses at the new locations would more than offset any profits from the sale, meaning that taxpayers would have to pay for the new leases. - News


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