from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal Telecommunications.
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- n. Telecommunication.
- n. A telco or telephone company.
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- n. (often plural) systems used in transmitting messages over a distance electronically
Today, the dream of a customer-focused competitive marketplace in telecom is fragile indeed.
We know that so much innovation in telecom, hardware and military weapons and aerospace have come from recent emerging economies such as Korea, Israel and Taiwan.
However, I work in telecom, which can be considered a Career Limiting Move all by itself.
The beauty of defensive sectors like health care and telecom is that they also offer a high dividend: Verizon Inc. yields 5.8%, Merck & Co. offers 4.1%.
Regarding Vivendi ' s long-standing interest in buying out Vodafone Group PLC ' s 44% stake in French telecom operator SFR, Mr. Capron said there are still no talks going on between the two groups.
We work with consulting in telecom expense management here in Brazil and once we received a RFP from a big construction company.
In preparation for that makeover, the Japanese government announced plans in December to fund JBIC's overseas investment and loan program with up to two-thirds of the proceeds from the sales of some 300 billion yen $3.5 billion worth of state-held shares in Japanese telecom giant Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp.
Although the least developed countries lag in telecom service, growth is picking up in Africa, thanks to advances in technology that enable broadband connections over mobile phones.
The upshot of all this is that the NSA appears to have induced certain telecom providers to violate 18 USC 2702 (c) and 47 USC 222.
But Mr. Bernabe doesn't have much family silver left to sell after Mr. Tronchetti flogged off property assets and many Latin American telecom businesses.