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  1. Telecommunications in Israel

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    Telecommunications in Israel are the most developed in the Middle East. Israel's system consists of coaxial cables, optical fibers, and microwave radio

  2. E-Rate

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    Commission (FCC). The program provides discounts to assist schools and libraries in the United States to obtain affordable telecommunications and internet access

  3. PowerBuilder

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    NET programming languages is also now supported. Many existing features have also been enhanced. PowerBuilder is an object-oriented programming language

  4. Provisioning (telecommunications)

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    services to its users. In National Security/Emergency Preparedness telecommunications services, "provisioning" equates to "initiation" and includes altering

  5. Mobile edge computing

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    standards and application programming interfaces (APIs), using common programming models, relevant tool chains and software development kits to encourage and

  6. Telecommunications in the United Arab Emirates

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    and modern housing developments, for the majority of the UAE, Etisalat held a monopoly on business and personal telecommunications services. In February

  7. Mario López Estrada

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    construction, real state development projects, road construction, urban construction, offices, shopping centers, telecommunications business and renewable

  8. New7Wonders of the World

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    for the Christ) which had the support of private companies, namely telecommunications operators that stopped charging voters to make telephone calls and

  9. ITERA

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    ITERA is the acronym for the Information and Telecommunications Education and Research Association. ITERA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and was

  10. Samsung Telecommunications

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    the Telecommunication Network, and in 1983 it initiated its mobile telecommunications business with the hope that this would become the company's future

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