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Voice Over Internet Protocol Term Paper - Introduction Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is a technology that offers voice communications using the existing Internet protocols. Over the years the Internet has developed as a very cheap medium that has been used to send electronic mails and files across the globe. VoIP extends this concept and provides the facility to send voice data between people using the IP framework. Since the Internet is a cheap medium, enabling voice services through it will effectively cut costs that are normally encountered in making calls through normal telephone lines....   [tags: Voip voice over ip Telecommunications] 1374 words
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Predicting Customer Churn in Telecom Industry using MLP Neural Networks - Introduction Most of telecommunication companies consider the customer as the most important asset for them. For that reason, nowadays, a challenging problem that encounters telecommunication companies is when the customer leaves the company to another service provider for a reason or another [1]. In most cases, this churn can happen in rates which seriously affect the profitability of the companies since it is easy for the customers to switch companies. In market, where the competition between the telecommunication companies grows rapidly, companies have shifted their focus from acquiring new customers to retain their existing ones [1–3]....   [tags: supervised machine learning, telecomunications]
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The negative impact of telecommunication on society - "Watson, come here; I want you." This was the first sentence which was transferred by Alexander Graham Bell to his assistant (Reiman). When Graham succeeded in transferring a human voice throw a machine, he realized that he invented a new instrument which will make communication between people easier and faster. Day by Day, scientists started to improve and develop what Bell started and tried to make matters of communication easy to use and available to all people. Recently, mobile phones, short message (SMS) and multimedia message (MMS) services, and the Internet have become available to most people in developed countries almost all time....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Telecommunication Systems - Telecommunication Systems 1) If the noise pulse signal cross the decision level of the detector then an error will occur in the bit value. If the noise is Gaussian there is equal probability for the noise voltage to increase the sample value and to decrease the sample value. Sampling at mid-interval T could result in an error if the noise value is happen to be large. Backward error control is a scheme in which the data is sent coded so that the receiver can detect errors, the receiver requests retransmission of a data block (frame) contain an error....   [tags: Papers] 348 words
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Telecomunication Management Network and Network Management Software - ... If and when a fault occurs on the network, a component within the network sends a notification or an alarm to the network administrator or engineer by using a protocol called SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). SNMP collects the fault information and sends it to the console server. Information on Fault logs can be used statistically to determine the service level of network elements. The information used can also determine if there are any insubstantial network components that may require future attention....   [tags: faults, performance, FCAPS] 780 words
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India Vs Pakistan (Telecommunication Sector) - Pakistan and India Telecommunication industry: a critical analysis INDIA SIDE Telecom statistics November’05 December’ 05 January’06 Total subscribers 119.9mn 123.85mn 129.82mn Tele-density 11.00 11.43 12.00 Fixed line 48.47mn 48.93mn 49.21mn Additions during the month 0.28mn 0.46mn 0.28mn Mobile 71.46mn 75.92mn 80.61mn Total additions during the month 3.51mn 4.46mn 4.69mn GSM additions 2.32mn 3.19mn 3.52mn CDMA additions 1.18mn 1.17mn 1.17mn India’s tele-density in January 2006 neared 12% with the subscriber base nearing the 130mn mark....   [tags: Compare Contrast Business India Pakistan] 1617 words
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Telemedicine : The Exchange of Medical Information via Telecommunication to Assist Patients' Health Status - As the world rapidly continues to develop, various sectors including technology, communication and medicine also accelerate itself at the same pace. Nevertheless, some portions of the population are still living in rural isolated areas, where getting access to healthcare is a challenging task, which is why telemedicine was invented. According to the American Telemedicine Association, Telemedicine is defined as the exchange of medical information via telecommunication to assist patient’s health status (American Telemedicine Association, 2012)....   [tags: communication technology applied to medicine] 783 words
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Texting Vs Talking: An Expoloration in Telecommunication Language by Thomas Holtgraves and Korey Paul - ... This was then compared to a sample of words taken from telephone conversations. The comparison was made through the analysis of the LIWC program. The sample size of the research utilised 224 students for the texting sample, and 214 conversations extracted from the “switchboard data set of 2307” (Godfrey et al., 1992). This is an effective sample size especially compared to D.Skierkowski and M.Wood’s paper To text or not to text. The importance of texting among college-aged youth which had “23 final participants,” giving more statistically reliable results (Skierkowski, D., & Wood, M....   [tags: distinct difference, discrepancies] 634 words
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Long Term Evolution (LTE) for Improving Telecommunication and Mobile Systems - Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a project within the third generation Partnership (3GPP) in order to improve the UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication system) mobile phone standard such that future requirements can be met[3]. The good aspect of 3GPP is the centralization of the standards, and it is a step toward the 4th generation (4G) of radio technologies with increasing data rates on every application of mobile technology. MIMO has been adopted in the 3GPP LTE which achieves high capacity by transmitting independent information over different antennas simultaneously [2].Traditional MIMO techniques have been already thoroughly investigated [3] and are deployed in many existing wireless sy...   [tags: Channel, Interference] 667 words
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Statement of Purpose to Study at Illinois Institute of Technology - ... Schooling infused in me a keen sense of analytical reasoning and scientific temperament.          Currently I am pursuing my undergraduate study at Malla Reddy Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, India, I was introduced to the concepts of electromagnetic theory, Analog communication techniques, Digital communication techniques, Digital signal processing, Antennas and wave propagation, and Microwave engineering and I had taken an instant liking to these subjects. I was also introduced to the concepts of basic circuit analysis and Integrated circuits which would help in the designing of the transmitter and receiver circuits....   [tags: academics, telecommunication, education] 557 words
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What Went Wrong with Iridium - ... With the new system, the telecommunication network could overcome the limitations of current cable, satellite, and cell tower networks, to include; physical obstacles, geographical or geological terrain and barriers. This would be completed by large scale investment in new satellite innovation, and a sizable and sustaining research and development project(s). By completing the system, Iridium’s founders would become the new leaders in high-tech and sophisticated communications, on a global scale, that anyone could use and turn to....   [tags: new system, telecommunication] 579 words
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Doing Small Arm Defense Good Trading with Indonesia - The great invention of the telecommunication the transportation technology allowed people to trade from one country to far end countries effortlessly. Nowadays, people have more access to information on diverse goods simply. We have more ways to compare things and more information to find right product for ourselves. Nowadays, trading allowed anyone on Earth can obtain high-quality technologies goods at anywhere easily. Also, manufactures have the opportunities to choose materials in necessity from world resources pool....   [tags: telecommunication,defense trade,indonesia]
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What Technology Has Done for Our Society - How has technology helped you. Has it improved your life or made it worse. The answer is both. Technology has both harmed and helped us. It has helped us by developing new things for us to take advantage of and continues to improve such things, which helps us with our everyday life. We use things like cell phones, television, microwaves, and computers everyday. One way technology has helped us is with communication. Before the advancements in technology today, it was very difficult to communicate with others....   [tags: telecommunication,medical advancements]
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A Rough Beginning for Samsung - ... They also never really got a good foot hold into the mobile market, which wasn’t really big, yet. Samsung had many ideas, but they were never really all that successful. They would have to market their products more successfully. They would have to present the product to the consumer, state how this would be of a particular value to them, state why this product is worth the price, and what makes this product particularly unique to some of the other products on the market. The problem with Samsung, is they were ahead of their time....   [tags: telecommunication, quality, entertainment] 1477 words
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Computer Networking and Communication - A computer networking and data network is a telecommunication network that allows the computers on a network may be linked through cables, telephone lines, radio waves, satellites, or infrared light beams. This facilitates communication and resources sharing within huge amount of people in deferent location. Best known as Internet, is the computer network established using either cable media or wireless media. The only system been used before 19th century was postal system, and it would take several days depending distance between sender and the receiver....   [tags: telecommunication, internet, data network]
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Wireless Cellular Networks - WIRELESS CELLULAR NETWORK: A cellular network is telecommunication network. Usually it is maintained by any service provider which supports smartphones, which gives ability to provide any type of data such as internet browsing and e-mail. CELLULAR NETWORK ORGANISATION: In a cellular network a particular area is divided in to cells, each cell is served by its own antenna. Each cell is assigned a band of frequencies and is served by a base station, consisting of transmitter receiver and control unit....   [tags: telecommunication, service provider]
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New Media Influence in Indegenous Communities - Indigenous people groups over the world have been influenced by the presentation of advances of remote societies for several years. Some have not incredibly changed their lifestyles, while others have totally changed identities toward one self, whole social orders and perspectives. Current advances, particularly telecommunication and machine innovations, permit indigenous assemblies to partake in the bigger social orders and economies around them. These innovations likewise, empower them to save and advertise their lifestyle for their relatives and for our aggregate learning of mankind's history....   [tags: indigenous groups,telecommunication,new media]
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Networking and Telecommunication: The Network Layers - ... a. Explain in detail with the help of diagrams the media access control technique used in Ethernet. In the seven layer OSI model, Media Access Control (MAC) is a sub layer of the data link layer. Over the internet a Media Access Control Address (MAC address) unique identifier for a network adaptor or an Ethernet. There are different network interfaces and MAC address does the task of distinguishing it. Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) is a protocol used in Ethernet networks for the purpose of carrier transmission access....   [tags: routing, data transfer, ethernet] 2447 words
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Networking and Telecommunication: CAN protocol - CAN originally developed for the automotive industry is an International Standardization Organization (ISO) defined serial bus standard to replace the complex wiring with a two-wire bus. The specification signifies the high immunity to electrical interference. The ability to self diagnose and repair data errors make it significant. The CAN communication protocol is based on carrier-sense, multiple-access protocol using collision detection and arbitration on message priority (CSMA/CD+AMP). Normally, a logic-high is associated with a one, and a logic-low is associated with a zero – however not so on a CAN bus....   [tags: automotive industry, protocol controller]
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Networking and Telecommunication: Optical Communication - I. INTRODUCTION Optical communication is a method of data transmission in which data and information are transmitted in form of light. It is widely used for communicating information and data because of the larger bandwidth and higher data rate. Unfortunately, it suffers from one of the major problem of dispersion. Because of the dispersion, pulse become wider and interfere with adjacent symbols that degrades the performance of the optical link. [1] There are many different methods which are useful for compensating the effect of dispersion and hence improves the performance of the optical link....   [tags: Fiber Bragg, network design, fiber optic]
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Telecommunication - Fuzzy Sets and Systems Lotfi A. Zadeh, The founder of fuzzy logic comp.ai.fuzzy New fuzzy archive by thread. Fuzzy Logic Tools and Companies. General sources of fuzzy information. Maintained by Bob John. Conferences and Workshops on Fuzzy Systems: 1990-2001 From the Parallel and Distributed Processing Laboratory of the Department of Applied Informatics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece World Federation on Soft Computing Artificial Intelligence-related Frequently Asked Questions Professional Organizations and Networks International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA) IFSA is a worldwide organization dedicated to the support and development of the theory of fuzzy sets and...   [tags: essays research papers] 1560 words
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Differences in Telecommunication Terms - This paper will attempt to define and contrast the following terms: a. Synchronous and asynchronous b. Analog and digital c. XON and XOFF d. Simplex and duplex e. Serial and parallel transmission f. Baseband and broadband g. Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) and Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) h. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) i. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP) It will also contain a brief description and analysis of the OSI layers that are used with the TCP/IP protocol stack....   [tags: essays research papers] 2008 words
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Networking and Telecommunication: Ethernet: LAN and Unshielded Twisted-Pair (UTP) - ABC, Inc. is continuing to expand and is planning to add another set of offices spanning several floors in the building. The company has requested advice for speed and transmission medium, equipment compatibility and limitations, IP Structure, along with the advantages and disadvantages of VoIP. The company is currently 200 employees and expects to increase to 350 within the next year. There is a mix of strictly in house employees, and roughly 70 who are laptop users and travel frequently. The company currently occupies a single floor of a multi-story office building and is expecting to add offices spanning several additional floors....   [tags: Networking architecture, fiber optic]
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Selecting a Telephone System - In selecting a telephone system, there are many considerations to be made. Among these considerations are the size, scope, features, functionality, interoperability, maintenance, reliability and upgradeability, all in addition to cost and vendor selection play major roles in determining which type of system will best fit the needs of the company. Interoperability with voice mail and electronic messaging systems, PC's, LAN's, video and multi-media servers and wireless systems are vital and important considerations going forward....   [tags: Telecommunication Phone] 1405 words
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Mobile Phone Industry - Industry and Company Profiles Industry: Telephone Communications Brief Reasoning of Choice As a major in Management and Computer Science, the optimal goal is to create a system that provides technology that is convenient, resourceful, and efficient. My main interests are in mobile systems that provide the leading edge in design, functionality, and resourcefulness. A possible professional career of a management and computer science major is in the mobile phone industry. Within this field, a possible area that a management and computer science major may be responsible for is providing a mobile phone with an optimized, consumer friendly system that is available to the any consumer that require...   [tags: industry and company profiles ] 1780 words
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The Three Major Factors Fueling International Technological Growth - The Three Major Factors Fueling International Technological Growth According to Matthew and Kleiner (2008) the three major factors fueling international technological growth are the internet, telecommunications, and e-commerce. The internet has the capability to generate international market expansion and future international growth for firms. It has evolved into a mechanism that can be used to capture new international market opportunities. Due to transactional and communication capabilities, the internet has become an efficient and effective conduit for global trade and international market expansion (Matthew & Kleiner, 2008)....   [tags: Technology ]
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Position of Vodafone in International Markets - Introduction The following report will analyse Vodafone and their current position in the international market. This report will cover the competitive strategy of Vodafone and their influence of products and services in relation to the demand of the market. In today’s current economic state, the likelihood of a company entering into a global market is inevitable. Multinational corporations (MNCs) such as Vodafone are required to standardise their Research & Development activities throughout the world in order to penetrate the market....   [tags: Multinational Corporations (MNCs)]
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AT&T Business Analysis - AT&T Business Analysis Executive Summary The world is experiencing a communications revolution. The Internet, e-Commerce and other developments (including the convergence of communication technologies) are profoundly reshaping economic and social life. AT&T must position itself to meet the challenge of this revolution. The strategic development of information-based industries is a key to the future social and economic development of the world. The telecommunications industry is of vital importance to the development of the information-based economy....   [tags: Business Management Essays]
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Information And Communication Technologies - INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICT) Market Size Doubles in Four Years Turkey’s information and communication technologies (ICT) market reached a size of $23.5 billion in 2007, an increase of 12.4 percent from 2006, according to the Turkish Informatics Industry Association (TÜBİSAD). The market, which more than doubled from 2003, has had double-digit growth over the past five years in contrast to the single digit expansion in the U.S. and the European Union. Telecommunications accounted for $18 billion of the market, while information technologies corresponded for $5.5 billion....   [tags: Turkish Technology Market Analysis Turkey] 1887 words
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Electronic Communications History - Introduction The origins of the market in electronic communications lie with the development and exploitation of the telegraph around the middle of the 19th century. You will find an excellent account of the development of the telegraph and some of the lessons this holds for the modern world in Tom Standage’s book, The Victorian Internet (readily available via Amazon). The telephone was invented (allegedly) by Alexander Graham Bell who in 1876 was granted a United States patent (174465) which in a mere six pages specified what are recognisably still the key features of the telephone system....   [tags: Electronic Communications] 1790 words
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Retirement Financial Planning Letter from DL Cooley - D.L. Cooley Stability in an Uncertain World Dear Mr. Richardson, Thank you for consulting with D.L. Cooley in regards to your retirement financial planning. Our number one goal at D.L. Cooley is to assure you that your investment will be a stable one that will entitle you to maintain the standard of living for yourself, and your family as you look towards retirement. After your recent interview with D.L. Cooley our team of industry specialists began working to create a stock portfolio that will best fit your financial objectives....   [tags: essays research papers] 903 words
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Managing Trans-border Data Flows - Managing the flow of data from regional offices, business partners, and customers around the world is an essential component to efficiently conduct business with any large multinational corporation (MNC). Advances in the Internet have allowed companies to more quickly collect accurate data to better coordinate and integrate all geographically dispersed subsidiaries (Sambharya, & Phatak 1990). Managing Trans-border Data Flows introduces many complex restrictions that corporations must address, which will be discussed in this paper....   [tags: regional offices, business, partners]
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The Social Consequences of Communication Technologies - The Social Consequences of Communication Technologies How many hours have you spent on American Online Instant Messenger when you should have been studying for prelims. Communications shapes our modern society as well as brings many burdens and negative aspects along with it. It does not seem like it is even able to help most of the population of a developing country because most of the people in that country do not have access to modern communications technologies. Current telecommunications technology has enlarged our social lives decreasing our productive time, increased the rate of spreading of negative ideals, and amplified our dependence while diminishing our independence...   [tags: Internet Pornography Web]
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The National Broadband Network Rush to all Australians - In Australia, the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) equipment is considered to have played a role in the productivity growth surge since the 1990s. ICT refers to technologies that provide access to information through telecommunications consist of ‘all forms of computer and communications equipment and software used to create, design, store, transmit, interpret and manipulate information in its various formats’ (UQ 2011). Australia has been analysed as successful in profiting from the benefits of ICT to enhance growth performance (OECD 2006, p.58)....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Corporate Governance: The South Pacific Stock Exchange - ... ATH was incorporated as a public company on March 10, 1998, through which the Fiji government's investing in the telecommunications sector was consolidated for the intention of privatization under its public sector reform programme as a vehicle. From 1998 to 2002, the Government sold its shares to FNPF and reduced its shareholding through two tranches. As at to date, the Government currently owns 34.6% of the issued shares while FNPF owns 58.24% of the issued shares at ATH. In 2012, Telecom Fiji Limited (TFL) and ATH Technology Park (ATHTP) is a 100% subsidiary of ATH....   [tags: capital market, financial market]
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Project Report on Vodafone - ... The organizational Culture of Vodafone: - Vodafone has a very diverse organizational culture as a business and as a group of people. such culture thrives for ambition from the employees and helps them develop an open-minded sense of thinking. This leads to flexibility in the organizational culture. Such organizational culture helps the firm to achieve remarkable success. The culture of Vodafone appears to be a strong and positive one. Following such culture gives Vodafone the advantage of increased adaptability and creativeness....   [tags: principles of management] 1077 words
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MBA Admission Essay - My current employer, Hughes Network Systems, will partially sponsor my MBA. In the short term returning to them as part of the Strategic and Solutions Management team is an attractive option. In the longer term, I would like to work as the CEO of my own high-tech telecom company, using my vision and experience together with my Smith MBA, to develop cutting-edge strategies and products to empower companies to better utilize technology for establishing beneficial customer relationships. The MS in Telecommunications Program at the University of Maryland offered me a unique opportunity to engage in cross-disciplinary coursework from both the A....   [tags: Personal Statement] 980 words
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C. Cellzone: Your One Stop Cellphone Shop - I. Executive Summary C. Cellzone is a big mobile phone, gadgets, and accessories retailing company that is spread out in 90 branches nationwide. Its value propositions include offering varieties of products in affordable and wide-ranged prices. Their products include mobile phones, telecommunication products such as prepaid cards, accessories, other gadgets, and quality services to customers. Their target market includes all socioeconomic classes with no preference on gender and age. The means by which they make their profit is primarily through sales although they also have partnerships and sponsorships with other major companies such as Puregold, SM Supermalls, Jollibee, etc....   [tags: Company Business Plan]
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Decision in Verizon Communications Inc. v. Federal Communications Commission - ... Essentially, three main issues were focused on: the pricing rules for unbundled network elements; whether excluding past costs constitutes a governmental taking; and thirdly what are the rules for combining network elements. Taking a deeper look at the Telecommunications act of 1996 gives us a better understanding of what type of authoritative power the Federal Communications Commission actually has. The Act contains as follows in the context of local exchange carriers: " The duty to provide, to any requesting telecommunications carrier for the provision of a telecommunications service, nondiscriminatory access to network elements on an unbundled basis at any technically feasible poin...   [tags: rates, internet, regulation]
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Global Communications Case Study - Introduction This paper will give an analysis of Global Communications and the issue with decreased earnings, telecommunication competition, and stakeholder alliance. Strategies will be discussed to allow Global Communications to begin market growth, stakeholder alliance as well as future measures to improve profitability. The solution to reposition Global Communications back into the telecommunications market will be discussed. The stakeholders have a problem due to contract manipulations; the Union is not satisfied with the strategy that Global Communications has taken by leaving the Union out of possible talks and moving forward with outsourcing jobs overseas....   [tags: Business Strategy Management] 1468 words
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Chinese Telecom Industry - December 11, 2001 was a long awaited day for both local businesses, as well as for foreign investors. It was the day that the Chinese State Council promulgated the Regulations for the Administration of Foreign Invested Telecommunications Enterprises (FITE) which were scheduled to come into effect on the 1st of January 2002. Since it’s accession to the WTO, foreign telecommunications have eyed what is arguably the largest telecommunication’s industry in the world, and growing at a rate of over 20 per cent per annum....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Shipboard Message Relay System - Shipboard Message Relay System I. Problem Statement Design a system that automates the manual message relay system utilized onboard U.S. Navy ships during the 1991 Gulf War. Each ship that was part of the Arabian Gulf task force had a Unix-based system that stored and processed naval messages. Computer operators of different departments onboard the ships prepared the messages manually utilizing an MS DOS based system. The messages were then printed and delivered to the ships telecommunications room....   [tags: essays research papers] 1174 words
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U.S.-China Bilateral Wto Agreement - AGRICULTURE The Agreement would eliminate barriers and increase access for U.S. exports across a broad range of commodities. Commitments include: Significant cuts in tariffs that will be completed by January 2004. Overall average for agricultural products will be 17.5 percent and for U.S. priority products 14 percent (down from 31 percent). Establishment of a tariff-rate quota system for imports of bulk commodities, e.g., wheat, corn, cotton, barley, and rice, that provides a share of the TRQ for private traders....   [tags: US China Economics ] 2010 words
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Corporate Innovation – Comcast Corporation - Comcast Corporation is a public company traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CMCSA), founded and controlled by the Roberts family of Philadelphia. The company was founded by Ralph Roberts, now the chairman emeritus, Julian Brodsky, formerly the chief financial officer, and Daniel Aaron, deceased, formerly the vice chairman and chief operating officer, by acquiring in 1963 what was then known as a community antenna television (CATV) system in Tupelo, Mississippi (Kirkpatrick, 2003). Today Comcast is the largest cable television and broadcasting company in the world following the 2002 acquisition of AT&T Broadband (formerly Tele-Communications, Inc.), and the 2011 acquisition of NBCUn...   [tags: business practices, big business]
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Marketing and the Impact of Technology - In recent years, mobile service usage increase rapidly following the emerging use of smartphone technology by the mobile users. The increase use of mobile service poses challenge for actors in mobile ecosystem to constantly meet the dynamic change of needs and requirement of mobile users. In the current competitive business scenario, the market is organic in nature and continuously evolves over a period of time. To stay in sync with the ever evolving market, companies should adopt effective and advanced marketing strategies....   [tags: Marketing, Mobile] 2193 words
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Career as Line Installers - Synopsis:- • Introduction • Tasks • Qualification • Other necessary skills • Work Place • Job Opportunities • Remuneration • Job Progress • Employment forecast Introduction:- Career as line installer and repairers is a challenging career, as the line installers and repairers need to work in all the seasons, irrespective of the weather conditions. The line installers and repairers are often called as line erectors. The main job of the line installers and repairers is to fix the telecommunication and electrical lines and cables that are used for transmission of data, voice, audio and graphics....   [tags: Job Description] 1016 words
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British Telecom Business Analysis - 1. Summary This report defines the activities of BT Group (British Telecom), including financial performance, i.e. statistics and balance sheets of the past five years. Showing considerable amount of evidence on how BT Group has evolved since its beginning. Furthermore it includes an overview of how BT Group is structured in its various departments and the people involved in these departments. Before any of the previous information can be identified it is important that an understanding is gained of the history and activities of British Telecom from the beginning to its current position in the market....   [tags: Business Case Studies] 5300 words
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The Great Digital Divide - The Great Digital Divide The digital divide is defined as the gap between the information ‘haves’, the information ‘have-lates’, and the information ‘have-nots’. This disparity has arguably persevered from as early as the advent of the Gutenberg printing press, and continues to be pervasive and to flourish in the present day. There are many individuals who commonly perceive the digital divide to be solely comprised of the disparity of access to computers and the Internet, but this is not the sole case....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Global Communications is struggling to compete in the telecommunication industry. Management has put in place an aggressive plan that will address the company’s 50% depreciation in stock value over the last three years. Kreitner and Kinicki quote "Change begets conflict, conflict begets change" (2004). Global Communications was already facing an uphill battle because of the planned changes and they made a critical mistake by not including all critical stakeholders in the planning and implementation of these initiatives thus isolating the stakeholders and endangering the success of the plan....   [tags: Global Communications Case Study] 1719 words
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The WorldCom Accounting Scandal - The WorldCom Scandal   Contents Key elements at WorldCom………………………………………………………………………3 Corporate Governance Issues at WorldCom…………………………………………….........4 UK Corporate Governance...................................................................................…...5, 6 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………… 6 References………………………………………………………………………………………….7   Key Elements at WorldCom WorldCom began as a small provider of long distance telephone service. During the 1990s, the firm made a series of acquisitions of other telecommunications firms that boosted its reported revenues from $154 million in 1990 to $39.2 billion in 2001 (Lyke and Jickling, 2002)....   [tags: WorldCom ]
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Cyberway Computer Communications Co. Ltd. - Company Profile In 1995, services like the Web, open database, interactive and broadcast multimedia, shared modem solution and shared email management design were still comparatively new to the telecom industry. This is when three college graduates established Cyberway Computer Communications Co. Ltd. in Shanghai with an initial investment of RMB 500, 000. The company was primarily an ICP (internet content provider) engaged in web design, online promotion design, WWW (world wide web) domain name application and site maintenance business....   [tags: Business Analysis Market] 1563 words
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A City At Bay - A City at Bay A category 5 Hurricane, Katrina, devastated New Orleans on August 29th 2005. Katrina brought high winds and heavy rain; also massive floodwaters after the outdated and unsafe levees were breached. Hurricane Katrina caused a significant amount of damage in New Orleans and a number of lives were lost, some of which could have been prevented. Downed telecommunications, as well as poor pre-preparations, had a major role in the afterhours following Katrina’s landfall. The first levee breach brought extensive flooding affecting: the phone services, government official’s notification, and a delay in rescue/recovery efforts....   [tags: Disaster Management ]
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