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  • n. Plural form of buildout.

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Examples

  • Verizon's national licenses (the C Block) require population-based buildouts, which is fair for the scope of the licenses.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • In many other countries with market economies and profitable telecom providers, mandates require heavy buildouts in urban areas and subsidized buildouts in rural areas.

    National Broadband Plan Is Cash for Clunking Carriers « PubliCola

  • Cities hiring RF Engineers and backhaul engineers, indicating that network buildouts are in progress or soon-to-be built: San Francisco, Los Angles, Orange Country (Calif.), San Jose (Calif.) and Houston.

    Mapping Clearwire’s Deployment Using Job Listings

  • And the smart grid is offering one of the biggest infrastructure buildouts of the decade.

    Muni Wi-Fi Firms Find New Life In Smart Grid

  • The chance to order DSL with near-Fios download speeds must come as a relief to customers shut out by Verizon's decision to stop expanding Fios to jurisdictions that haven't already negotiated TV-franchise agreements -- a decision that shut out Alexandria -- and those waiting on Fios buildouts in cities such as the District.

    Verizon ups DSL speeds to 10 to 15 Mbps

  • Huawei has been a finalist in bidding for large U.S. contracts, including the fourth-generation buildouts of Verizon Wireless and

    Huawei Enlists an Ex-Sprint Team

  • Huawei has been a finalist in bidding for large U.S. contracts, including the 4G buildouts of Verizon Wireless and

    With Eyes on U.S. Deals, Huawei Adds Advisers

  • So to sum it up, cable is gaining market share in wireline voice (Comcast is already the 4th largest voice telephone co. in the U.S.) & broadband (while holding on well to their video customers), and they are rolling out new services while not needing to spend billions of dollars on new network technologies and buildouts.

    A Bear Speaks: Why Verizon’s Pricey FiOS Bet Won’t Pay Off - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • On July 27th, eight Midwest Governors led by Governor Quinn, and Chicago Mayor Daley, joined together in signing a Memorandum of Understanding, committing to combine regional and state planning and development work, prioritize corridor buildouts, and coordinate applications for federal funding.

    Howard Learner: Midwest High-Speed Rail Development: On the Fast Track

  • In the massive U.S. market, carriers that are completing buildouts of their third-generation networks for handling mobile Internet and data services will likely have a lull in spending before they embark on massive upgrades.

    Alcatel Woes Deepen on Wireless

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