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Telecommunication Industry Strategic Group Map

- Telecommunication Industry Strategic Group Map Introduction The telecommunication industry is one of the largest industries in the world with a wide range of players. The competitive nature of this telecommunication industry makes it perfect for analysis. This investigation explores the performance of the top ten industrial players within the industry. A strategic group map is developed to compare these firms’ profitability against the market value of each firm for fiscal year 2015. Strategic Group Map Fig....   [tags: Telecommunication, Telephone, Telecommunications]

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Telecommunication Construction Of Telecommunications Construction

- Telecommunication Construction Telecommunication construction is a division within different telecommunication companies. Whether it is a well-known company or a contract company, they all have the same job and end goal. The area I am interested in is the telecommunication construction field that designs, builds and maintains cellular towers. This division of the field has a lot of different positions within it that make everything work properly. Each of these positions has a different job that is equally important as another....   [tags: Writing, Creative writing, Management]

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The Telecommunication Industry

- Introduction The way people communicate with each other is changing during the last years. The Telecommunication industry has become very important for the business since the technology mark his way broadly (Chong et al., 2007). Thought the year’s technology has made enormous steps and has facilitated the development of peoples’ life style. More and more people are interested to stay connected with families, relatives and also with their business. As the television and the radio has developed the telephone has also make his way and welcome mobile phone connection....   [tags: Business Management ]

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Telecommunication Systems Used in My Workplace

- Telecommunication Systems Used in My Workplace I work for a company called Techtronic Industries, otherwise known as TTI. This company has branches, offices and remote locations all over the world. The developed communication avenues have to venture over land and water to connect its many operations together to maintain its delicate business fabric. Since there are so many facets of communication facets needed, there has been great planning and skill poured into its network telecommunication systems....   [tags: Networks Telecommunications]

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The Attractiveness of Telecommunication Industry in 1998

- The telecommunication industry has seen significant regulatory reform from the 1990s onwards to the present date. There are major sectors in the industry such as fixed line telephony, television delivery, mobile telephony, fixed wireless access, satellite service, radio and postal sector. I am going to predominantly focus on mobile telephony sector of the industry. Particularly on what were the attractive features of the industry analyzing it by using porter’s five forces which determines the attractiveness of the industry....   [tags: mobile, telephony, irish, government, regulation]

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The Telecommunication Act Of 1996

- The Telecommunication Act of 1996 The age of technology has come a long way from when we first introduce it. We look at how we use technology now and can’t even fathom the idea of having something less. In the paper, I will explain to how The Telecommunication Act of 1996 came this important historical law that changed the way we communicate through the use of technology. A.B) The Telecommunication act of 1996 was officially passed in February 8th, 1996 by President Bill Clinton. The act was effective as soon as it was passed as a law....   [tags: United States Senate, Democratic Party]

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How The Telecommunication Network Works

- According to data from Gartner, there will be 6.4 billion connected "things" by the end of 2016, and this figure will rise to 20.8 billion by 2020. These "things" are essentially Internet-connected devices including cars, fridges, washing machines, home security systems and wearable technology, as well as health and physical activity trackers. Additionally, the IoT industry could generate $4.6 trillion for the public sector and $14.4 trillion for the private sector over the next ten years. This is according to research done by Cisco Systems....   [tags: Mobile phone, GSM, Cell site, Cellular network]

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The Telecommunication Act Of 1996

- The age of technology has come a long way from when we first introduce it. We look at how we use technology now and can’t even fathom the idea of having something less. In this paper, I will explain how The Telecommunication Act of 1996 came to this important historical law that changed the way we communicate through the use of technology. The Telecommunication act of 1996 was officially passed on February 8th, 1996 by President Bill Clinton. The act was effective as soon as it was passed as a law....   [tags: United States Senate, Democratic Party]

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Telefonica: A Spanish Telecommunication Business

- Spain’s Telefonica a state owned national telecommunications monopoly which was established in the 1920’s, made many changes in the political and economic environment that allowed them to start expanding globally. One of these changes that were brought forward, was that the Spanish government privatized Telefonica in the 1990’s. Economically they could keep expenses low and they would get more revenue, which in turn would generate more profit. The Spanish government also deregulated the Spanish telecommunication market....   [tags: Mobile, Technology, Latin America]

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My Exploration On Telecommunication Careers

- From my exploration on telecommunication careers I learned that career paths that employ a vast range of information-transmitting technologies such as line installers, customer service representatives, computer programmers and engineers as well as many other work fields including healthcare can offer a wide range of beneficial opportunities to both workers in these fields and the companies that employ them. Telecommunications by electronic and electrical means over a significant distance especially in the health care setting can be very useful in aspects of providing timelier healthcare to patients....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Medicine]

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The Convergence Within Telecommunication

- Convergence within telecommunication Telecommunication, people base on up to date technology the definition of the term encompasses primal. Throughout the 19th century, telecommunications devices became more advance, leading to the telegraph, Morse code, and signal lamps. Morse code is an alphabetic code of long and short sounds, originally transmitted by telegraph. A signal lamp, the optical version of the telegraph, is a powerful lamp with shutters that block the light in long or short durations to translate to the dots and dashes of Morse code....   [tags: technology, interaction, society]

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Telecommunication Towers and Antennas

- ... Tower is defined as, "Any ground mounted pole, spire, structure, that includes supporting lines cables, wires, braces, masts, which is intended primarily for the purpose of mounting an antenna. See Figure 1. Figure 1. cell towers and antennas Towers and antennas have a direct impact on, and a relationship to, the image of the community and the environment surroundings, However it is ones choice to use cell phones , but when it comes to the health and well fare of a community it is not an individual’s choice it is the communities....   [tags: communication technology equipment]

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DiGi Telecommunication Mobile Service

- INTRODUCTION DiGi Telecommunications Sdn. Bhd. is a mobile service provider in Malaysia. DiGi provides a variety of mobile communication services. These services include voice under their prepaid plans & postpaid plans, SMS, data plans and services, international roaming, international calling card and WAP services. DiGi’s website has serve informational latest updates and news, packages and many more. CONTENT This website has good content regarding the information about DiGi services. The content has include about DiGi Plan offered, the Internet packages, customer can shop for smartphone and tablet with labeled with its prices, about DiGi reward, its apps, the latest DiGi Reward and product...   [tags: plans, data, roaming, calling, design, source]

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Strategic Corporate Developments In The Telecommunications Industry

- STRATEGIC CORPORATE DEVELOPMENTS 2010 China Unicom and Ericsson Signed Telecom Management Contract (China) China Unicom’s Anhui division, a major telecom company in the country, signed a telecom management contract with Ericsson for a period of 3-years. The contract would facilitate Ericsson to be the biggest telecom operating partner in the Province of Anhui. Under the terms of the contract, Ericsson would be accountable for transmission network, field maintenance of base station as well as fixed line network....   [tags: Telecommunications]

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Information Technology

- Background Chapter Developments in computer and information technologies have created spaces wherein peoples across the world regardless of time and physical place can interact anytime and anywhere, thus, reshaping human interaction in the contemporary period (Whitworth, Banuls, Sylla & Mahinda , 2008). Recognising the integral significance of the development, it has been observed that in the last two decades, almost fifty percent of new capital investments of organisations are invested in information technology (Westland & Clark, 2000) and, as such, the computer and information technology is deemed as critical in the survival of businesses in the global market economy (Whitworth et al., 2...   [tags: Telecommunication]

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Customer Churn Analysis in the Telecommunication Industry

- Abstract— Customer churn is a business term used to describe the loss of customer. It describes those customers or clients who leave or switch to competitors. In the telecommunication industry, customers have multiple choices of services and they frequently switch from one service to another. In this competitive market, customers demand best products and services at low prices, while service providers constantly focus on getting hold of as their business goals. So that’s why there is very higher rate of customer churn in telecommunications industry experiences an average of 30-35% annual churn rate....   [tags: Business Management ]

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Analysis of Etisalat’s Telecommunication Service

- Introduction Etisalat is a telecommunication service provider, which is based in the U.A.E (United Arab Emirates). Service process, service people as well as resource utilization will be assessed in order to evaluate how they contribute to the particular service industry. A detailed analysis of the three components will be conducted in order to review the extent to which each segment individually is used in the telecommunication sector of the service industry. This will determine the efficient and effective use of Etisalat’s telecommunication sector as well as the use of service management and whether it aids in the success of the industry....   [tags: Etisalat Case Study]

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Telecommunication in Jamaica

- Introduction & History People imagine that telecommunications means communications using only electrical or electronic technology, but that isn't so. Telecommunication is communication over long distances, by means such as by newspapers, telephone, radio, satellite, television and the Internet. The idea of telecommunication first came from the telegraph. The word telegraphy comes from Greek. "Tele" means distant and "graphein" to write. So the meaning is writing at a distance The first form of modern telecommunication - the electric telegraph - sent electrical currents along wires....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Humanities and Telecommunication

- Humanities and Telecommunication Contemporary technology in the form of electronically managed interactive telecommunications is compatible with the goals and values of the humanities. For Marx, machine-work tended toward being mechanically routine, repetitive, deskilled, and trivialized. In the case of discourse, the same criticism has been made of computerized communication. Immediacy is not authorial presence, but the experience of textuality that is maximized by participation in interactive communication....   [tags: Technology Marx Heidegger Papers]

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- Telecommunication Abstract What is telecommunication. Although a considerable number of studies have been actually conducted on telecommunication, I have never had academic opportunity to examine what it is. While the word ?etelecommunication?f has been brought to public attention, how many of us can exactly define it. How many of us can explain it in cultural context as well as in technological context. In my opinion, the word ?etelecommunication?f seems to be going forward itself so that our consciousness cannot catch up with it....   [tags: Communication Technology Media Essays]

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Telecommunication Industry: The Bond Between Loyalty of Customers

- ... Relationship Marketing Relationship marketing is sustaining as well as enhancing the relationship of customer and this can be used when the customer has options of choosing competitive alternative products and there is never- ending request for the commodity or the accommodations. in the accommodation industry, such as the telecommunication sector, such kind of strategies play an essential part in order to enhance the retention. In marketing, customer relations should be translated into availaing and loyal customers....   [tags: e-banking, customer´s need, business]

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Technical Advancement in the Field of Telecommunication

- Technical Advancement in the Field of Telecommunication The move into the Information Society is driven by the market for new information and communications technologies and services. Whilst the large number of technologies and services and their providers bring expectations of higher economic growth, there has been a growing concern about the social, ethical, cultural, political and economic aspects of the coming society. For some time there has been a considerable interest in the prospects of obtaining a "sustainable development" through the use of telecommunication technologies....   [tags: Papers]

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Alternative Telecommunication Technologies Changing the Telecom Industry

- AAlternative Telecommunication Technologies Changing the Telecom Industry “The Telecommunications Act of 1996 created a framework for competition in local telecommunications. Under its rules and under the jurisdiction of state regulatory authorities, competitive local telephone companies were to gain access to some or all parts of the incumbent's network through known wholesale tariffs and offer retail local telephone service”(Loomis &Swann, 2005). The essay will discuss how alternative technologies such as WiMAX have come into competition with wireless industry of telecom services with that were once dominated by telecom ILEC monopoly increasing the competition in the telecom industry....   [tags: Technology]

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Analysis of the Business Environment of the Telecommunication Industry in India

- India is the second largest telecommunications market in the world with around 900 Million subscribers at present. Since its liberalization in 1994, the industry has seen considerable growth with enactment of different regimes and entry of new players. However, in the last few years, the industry has been affected by the constant regulatory disputes and intense business environment leading to price war. The objective of this study is to analyse the impact of New Economic Policy, 1991 on the Telecommunication (Voice) industry....   [tags: Policy, Market]

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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 1. Introduction      Computer and telephone networks inflict a gigantic impact on today's society. From letting you call John in Calgary to letting you make a withdraw at your friendly ATM machine they control the flow of information. But today's complicated and expensive networks did not start out big and complicated but rather as a wire and two terminals back in 1844. From these simple networks to the communication giants of today we will look at the evolution of the network and the basis on which it functions....   [tags: Technology Computer Networks Essays]

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Telecommunication Industry Changed And Having The Best Network

- As the largest telecommunication company in the United States, Verizon sells the superiority of its network as the number one competitive advantage. However, over the course of a decade the telecommunication industry changed and having the best network was simply not enough to stay relevant. Telecommunication is an expensive business. “The financial challenges of keeping up with rapid technological change and depreciation can be monumental” (Investopedia, 2015). The Porter’s 5 Force Analysis of the telecommunication industry revealed that the availability of substitutions are high....   [tags: Project management, Costs, Cost]

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Worldcom, Us Second Largest Telecommunication Company

- WorldCom, US second largest telecommunication company in the United States behind AT&T, was founded in 1983. The company starts their business under the name “Long Distance Discount Services” (LDDS), providing long distance telecommunication services. The company was profitable from the start. In 1985, Bernie Ebbers became the company’s CEO. The company changes its name to WorldCom in 1995. During the 1990’s, the company starts to grow through series of successful acquisition and merger. However, during the late 1999, the company’s performance begins to decline due to heightened competition and reduced demand for telecommunication services....   [tags: Management, Vice President of the United States]

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Analysis of British Telecommunication

- Business at Work Task 1: Introduction BT plc is British Telecommunication public limited companies (plc) registered in England Wales, with listings on the London & New York stock exchanges. The Business is well-known providers of telecommunications services and solutions for everybody in the UK. This business exists to supply telecommunications services, products and services, and IT solutions to corporate and residential customers. BT's Group plan is to increase the value for shareholders by increasing their performance rate by satisfying the customer’s want or needs and for corporate customers in Europe, achieving global reach through partnership which have the same motive of running the...   [tags: GCSE Business Management Studies Essays]

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Telecommunication Act

- Since the beginning of time, people have had the need to communicate with one and other. The most common type of communication is speech, but you could not talk to someone who lived 20 miles away. Then written language was developed, people marked symbols on paper, stone, or whatever was available. Then hundreds of years passed, and people who wanted to share their ideas with people had to do allot of writing, until someone thought to make a writing machine. This machine is called the printing press....   [tags: essays research papers]

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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]

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Catastrophic Telecommunications Cyber Attacks Are Impossible

- At this juncture, it may be somewhat difficult to accept the proposition that a threat to the telecommunications grid, both wired and wireless, in the United States could potentially be subject to a catastrophic cyber attack. After careful research on the subject, it appears the potentiality of an event of such magnitude, which either disrupts one or the other grids for a long period or destroys either, is both theoretically and realistically impossible. It may be that proponents—those who advance such theories—equate such “doomsday” scenarios as if a cyber attack would or could be of the same magnitude as a conventional or nuclear military strike....   [tags: Telecommunications Cyber Attacks]

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The Impact Of Macroeconomic Variables On The Telecommunication Industry

- Introduction The intent of this paper is to perform an analysis of the cable industry's external environment. The first sections of the document will discuss environmental scanning and define the telecommunication niche that is currently occupied by cable operators such as Comcast. The next section will identify the macroeconomic variables that currently impact cable operators and will compare two variables to two corresponding industry variables. The final section of the paper will identify some of the challenges and opportunities facing the industry....   [tags: Economics]

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AT&T 5ESS Switch is The Best in Telecommunication

- AT&T 5ESS Switch is The Best in Telecommunication The direction of this paper is to describe a telecommunications switch and show its purpose and multitasking abilities. This paper will use the AT&T 5ESS Switch to give a real world example of a top rated telecommunications switch. The end result will be an understanding of how a switch works and what it can do. Also, it will show why the AT&T 5ESS Switch is #1 in today's telecommunication world. SWITCHING In today's world a person should be able to pick up his phone and dial to almost anywhere in the world....   [tags: Papers]

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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]

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Telecommunication Market Regulation

- 1. Introduction. Regulation remains one of most important interventions in a liberalised telecommunications market. As more players come into the market and competition increases, regulation becomes even more necessary to bring in sanity. Although there are many critical components of regulation, this paper will discuss the following three components: Licensing and Authorisation, Interconnection and Universal Access\service. 2. Licensing & Authorisation Licensing and authorisation is mode of providing permission to an operator to provide services to a particular jurisdiction....   [tags: Licensing, Authorization, Service]

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The Telecommunication Construction Field That Designs, Builds And Maintains Cellular Towers

- Telecommunication construction is a division within different telecommunication companies. Whether it is a well-known company or a contract company, they all have the same job and end goal. The area I am interested in is the telecommunication construction field that designs, builds and maintains cellular towers. This division of the field has a lot of different positions within it that make everything work properly. Each of these positions has a different job that is equally important as another....   [tags: Writing, Creative writing, Management]

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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]

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Texting Vs Talking: An Expoloration in Telecommunication Language by Thomas Holtgraves and Korey Paul

- Texting versus talking: An exploration in telecommunication language (2013) by Thomas Holtgraves and Korey Paul was written in response to the ubiquitous nature of texting. Using Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC), the primary objective of this study was to determine the discrepancies between texting and talking. The researchers, hypothesised that there would be clear evidence from two samples, demonstrating “linguistic and psychological” differences of language between texting and phone conversations (2013, 1)....   [tags: distinct difference, discrepancies]

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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]

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Instability in the Telecommunications Industry

- Instability in the Telecommunications Industry Currently the Telecommunications industry is in a state of flux. The industry is reporting record growth rates but at the same time is seeing diminishing returns. Subsequently stock prices and the value of these companies are falling. Focusing on two industry leaders in the US are AT&T Wireless (AWE) and Verizon (VZ). The number of cellular subscribers in 1997 was 42.8 Million and in 2000 that number went to 66.4 Million. That works out to a 55% growth in usage....   [tags: Telecommunications Essays]

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Australia´s Leading Telecommunication: Telstra

- Company 1: Telstra Telstra is known as Australia’s leading telecom and selective Information Services Company, who offer a full chain of communications services and competing in all telecommunications markets. In Australia we provide 15.8 million mobile services, 7.7 million fixed voice services and 2.8 million retail fixed broadband services. Their motto is that the more connected people are, the more opportunities they have. That's why we help create a brilliant connected future for everyone, everyday....   [tags: markets, national australian bank]

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Vodafone Company: Factors Considered in Determining its Current Marketing Strategy

- Vodafone is a multinational telecommunications company that has its headquarters in London. Its registered office is in Newbury Berkshire. This company was formed in 1991 and it has continued to grow every year. Vodafone stands as the second largest mobile telecommunication company in the world (Aker & Mbiti, 2010). This company operates its networks in over 40 countries. The company has targeted many other different countries whose economy is growing in a faster rate, like Nigeria in West Africa....   [tags: mobile company, telecommunication, vodafone]

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Mobily Industry in India and in the World

- Mobile Industry About a decade ago in India mobile phones were considered to be aspirational products. Today India’s mobile telecommunication industry is the fastest growing market in the world and the considerable underclass are almost as well connected as the rich. Over the last decade the liberalization of the mobile handset industry together with the availability of devices in low cost range, reduction in tariffs on handsets, betterment of networkservices and reduction in costs of teleservices helped the industry undergo a major process of change....   [tags: mobile telecommunication, nokia, phone]

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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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Worldwide Telecommunication, Inc. Prepares for Cultural Diversity

- Worldwide Telecommunication, Inc. Prepares for Cultural Diversity Abstract Worldwide Telecommunication, Incorporated (Inc.) is a growing telecommunications company that has an international workforce which changes continuously. As the company’s international personnel base expands, the needs of the employees will vary and become more diverse. As new employees come aboard, the organization will see that not all workers have the same requirements or requests. Worldwide Telecommunication, Inc. must be able to fulfill the needs of staff at all levels regardless of any potential cultural barriers....   [tags: Business Management Marketing Essays]

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A Rough Beginning for Samsung

- A Rough Beginning Samsung was founded in 1938 as a trading company. They were not popular, or really that incredibly popular for a good length of time. Samsung released some black and white televisions in the late 1940’s and 50’s. They would later in the 1960s release their first colored television. In 1977 Samsung Electronics launched the Telecommunication network(Authors name). The early stages of the company were fairly unsuccessful, and didn’t catch the consumer’s eyes. There first phone, was a built-in car phone, the SC-100....   [tags: telecommunication, quality, entertainment]

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3G Technology and Its Uses

- Table of Contents No. Content Page 1. Introduction 1 2. Technology’s application 2 3. Data communication concept 4 4. Technology capabilities 5 5. Examples of this technology that is being used in the market 6 6. Advantages and Disadvantages 8 7. Conclusion 9 8. References `9 9. Introduction of 3G 3G means “Third Generation” for mobile telecommunication technology. It transfer rate at least 200 kilobytes per second for information transfer. It is faster than earlier generation that support not more than 200 kilobytes per second....   [tags: telecommunication, internet, security]

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Research Proposal: Customer Satisfaction

- Introduction The goal of my research is to examine and find internal ways to distinguish customer satisfaction among one of the nations largest telecommunication company. The services offered include a range of telecommunications services, including wireless communications; local exchange services; long-distance services; data/broadband and internet services; video services; telecommunications equipment; managed networking; and wholesale services (Wireless Telecommunication Services Industry Profile: United States, 2013, 20)....   [tags: telecommunication company, management]

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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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Monopolies in the Market Place: Example of the Telecommunication Industry

- Federal Regulations on Trade Traditionally many utility industries have been comprised of monopolies. These natural monopolies exist for a number of reasons. Monopolies in the marketplace create great inefficiency, and thus are very undesirable. It is for that, and many other reasons that regulation was thought of as a solution to the monopoly problem. Regulation was not just used to overcome such great inefficiencies created in a monopolistic market, but was also used to supply consumers with necessary goods....   [tags: Industries, Trade]

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Telecommunication Trends - Fiber Optics

- FIBER OPTICS IN OUR SCHOOLS Fiber optic refers to the medium and the technology associated with the transmission of information as light impulses along a glass or plastic wire or fiber, about the thickness of a human hair. Fiber optic wire carries much more information than conventional copper wire, and is far less subject to electromagnetic interference. A single glass fiber can carry the equivalent of 100 channels of television or 100,000 telephone calls, with even more capacity possible by encasing many fibers within one cable....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Networking And Telecommunication Terms

- Circuit Switching Circuit switching dominates the public switched telephone network or PSTN. Network resources set up calls over the most efficient route. That might mean a call from New York to San Francisco goes through switching centers in San Diego, Chicago, and Saint Louis. But no matter how convoluted the route, that path or circuit stays the same throughout the call. Got it. One call, one circuit. It's like having a dedicated railroad track with only one train, your call, permitted on the track at a time....   [tags: Internet]

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Gap Analysis: Telecommunications Industry

- The telecommunications industry and other United States manufacturing sectors have been severely challenged by continuously competitive market place. The future of telecommunication and the manufacturing of goods is truly at risk. With consumers demanding more for less, high infrastructure costs and outsourcing most can barely keep up. Deregulation, digitalization of services have made telecommunications one of the most volatile growth industries in history and one of the more extraordinarily competitive....   [tags: Telecommunications Industry Marketing Report Analy]

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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]

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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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Role of Customer Service in Datatronics and E-ZRP Companies

- ... E-Z RP uses the second tier support while Datatronics uses a minimal second-tier support. In terms of the training of CSRs, Datatronics only provides minimal on-the-job training while E-Z RP provides extensive training. Datatronics hires employees with basic customer service ability while E-Z RP recruits employees based on customer service skills, business knowledge, and communication ability. The performance metric at E-Z RP is the level of customer satisfaction, while the metric at Datatronics is the time on call or between calls....   [tags: telecommunication, customer satisfaction]

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Gap Analysis: Global Communications

- Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications (GC) was once a distinguished, profitable telecommunications company that in recent years has quickly experienced a decrease in profits, they are in a position to change old business strategies that aren’t working and move on to creative, new ventures that promote growth and opportunity. GC is late in developing a strategy to combat the dwindling profits, saturation and explosive competitiveness of the telecommunications industry, but it can recover if the business tools at its disposal are put to work....   [tags: Telecommunication company Analysis]

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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]

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The Dangers of Cell Phone Use

- A cell phone is a long-array, electronic device that is been used for mobile telecommunications, data transmission (text messaging or mobile telephony) over a cellular network of particular base station which is known as cell sites. Moreover, the current cell phone offers a lot of services which include SMS for text messaging, packet switching for internet access, email, gaming, infrared, MP3 player, GPS, radio, television, Bluetooth, Camera with a video recorder and MMS for receiving and sending videos and photos....   [tags: Mobile Phones, Telecommunication, Medical]

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The Importance of Telecommunications

- Introduction: Communication channels are electrical signals or electromagnetic waves for communication then that type of communication is known as Telecommunication. A telecommunications network is a collection of terminal nodes and links which are connected to establish telecommunication between the terminals. The transmission links connect the nodes which use circuit switching, message switching or packet switching to pass the signal through the correct links and nodes to reach the correct destination terminal....   [tags: disaster, recovery, networks]

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A History Of Telecommunications

- Directions: Select a topic from the case studies in the text. You may choose any of the topics, except those covered in previous assignments. Examples of topics you might investigate include: using telecommunications to keep in touch with co-workers; telecommunications innovation; managing telecommunications; emerging telecommunications technologies; and so on. Do independent research on your topic and present your findings in a 15-20 page position paper (based on the body of the paper, excluding references, abstracts, table of contents, etc)....   [tags: Telecommunications]

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Channel Signaling Systems

- Channel Signaling Systems: Channel signaling systems are communications systems that are used for controlling, accounting for, and managing traffic during communication. Generally, signals are transmitted between controllers either over the talking route or over different data networks. One of the most commonly used paths is telecommunications networks that provide various methods of developing and bringing down circuit links like signaling. Signals can be classified into four major functions i.e....   [tags: telecommunication, frequency, voice]

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Advancements in Telecommunications

- In 1990s In 1998, mobile companies such as Motorola have developed high tech models with built-in FM radio and infrared connectivity. Ten years later, many phones have options for video calling, digital camera, wireless networking, responding to emails. After five more years later, Skype company has developed a new platform which allow users to make free phone calls between any two computers. Telecom industry has used long-established R&D models which main purpose was to keep the whole process of innovating new products and services in secret so no competition will be created....   [tags: technology, customers, innovation]

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- Fuzzy Sets and Systems Lotfi A. Zadeh, The founder of fuzzy logic 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]

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The Telecommunications Act Of 1996

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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]

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Telecommunications Industry Environment Analysis

- Telecommunications Industry Environment Analysis Business Brief Telecommunication is basically any communication over a distance, either via telephone, wireless network, computer network, radio or other means-but conventionally it has been used for telephone service. One of the most advanced forms of telecommunication has been the Wireless Telecommunication; where the information flows between two or more points that are not connected via an electrical conductor. The emergence of wireless telecommunications has made communications across continents almost instantaneous; which seemed practically impossible just a few decades ago....   [tags: International Business Management, Business Brief]

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Deutsche Telekom Telecommunications Company

- ... These capabilities so important when they are able to combine their resources which create core competencies lead to competitive advantage. Products and services in DEUTSCHE TELEKOM are valuable by means, it is able to neutralize threat and exploit opportunities especially from the other companies such as, Clarnet and Freenet Company (major competitor). Besides that, it capabilities which are not possess by other lead them in front of others. Furthermore, it products and services is costly to imitate....   [tags: business/marketing strategy]

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Telecommunications: 3G and 4G wireless

- 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) unites with six telecommunication standard organizations. According to (A GLOBAL INITIATIVE, n.d.), there are ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, ETSI, TTA, TTC). The meaning of these telecommunication are: Association of Radio Industries and Business (ARIB); Alliance Telecommunication Industry Solutions (ATIS); the China Communications Standards Association (CCSA); European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI); Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA); and the Telecommunication Technology Committee (TCC) of Japan....   [tags: mobile broadband, telephone carriers]

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The Industry of Telecommunications and Wireless-Communication

- A brief introduction The topic to be discussed in further detail throughout the rest of this paper will be the industry of Telecommunications and Wireless-communication oriented consumer electronics. With the assistance of professional research sources as well as business news articles and speculation, I will attempt to analyze and describe the recent and current market, as well as list strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. In a narrower scope, the entirety of the chosen industry will be shaved down to one chosen firm (Verizon Wireless) to be examined, with relevant information compiled and extrapolated to apply to the long-run forecast of the company....   [tags: power, cellular phones, electronics]

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Studying Wireless and Mobile Telecommunications

- Reason for Applying: Stanford University’s Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has the best faculty and laboratory facilities that can ensure the full development of my academic career, which is to ultimately obtain a Ph.D. degree, preferably in Wireless and Mobile Communications. The Master of Science degree that the department offers is the most suitable for attaining my objective. My Preparation for Studying in the Wireless and Mobile Telecommunications field: I earned my undergraduate degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), the topmost technical university in my country....   [tags: Stanford, Science Major]

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The Telecommunications Act Of 1996

- Big Six In the early 20th century, approximately 50 corporations controlled the majority of all news media in the United States.  Today, ownership of the news media has been controlled by just six incredibly wealthy powerful media corporations. Comcast, News Corp, Viacom, Disney, Time Warner and CBS own 90% of the media people depend on for news and information. In 198, 90% of the media was owned by 50 companies so what happened. In my opinion the Telecommunications Act of 1996, changed the telecommunications industry for the worst, signed into law by President Bill Clinton on February 8, 1996, it provided major changes in laws affecting cable TV, telecommunications, and the Internet....   [tags: Mass media, Concentration of media ownership]

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The Telecommunications Act Of 1996

- Big Six Back in 1983, approximately 50 corporations controlled the vast majority of all news media in the United States.  Today, ownership of the news media has been concentrated in the hands of just six incredibly powerful media corporations. Comcast, News Corp, Viacom, Disney, Time Warner and CBS own 90% of the media people depend on for news and information. In 1983 90% of the media was owned by 50 companies so what happened. The Telecommunications Act of 1996, and signed into law by President Bill Clinton on February 8, 1996, provided major changes in laws affecting cable TV, telecommunications, and the Internet....   [tags: Mass media, Concentration of media ownership]

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- Question 2 The sector of telecommunications is growing at a very fast rate. The number of people who need to communicate is increasing with time. This has created a favourable market for phone manufacturers and service providers all around the world. In Australia, the telecommunication business is doing well. However, a higher proportion of the population has developed a desire for smart phones. The demand for this kind of phone manly arise from teenagers, young adults and middle aged individuals....   [tags: Technology, iPhone 4S]

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Telecommunications Companies: America Movil

- ... (p. 4) Moving on to Claro that is also a telecommunication company that provides services to mainly only Latin American, and Caribbean countries, for example countries such as Guatemala, Argentina, Brazil, Puerto Rico, and Honduras and has its Headquarters’ located in Brazil. Then there is Telcel, which in the year of 1990 expanded their cellular services in the federal district of Mexico, then later was bought by America Movil. (p. 1) To this day Telcel is known to be Mexico’s leading wireless communication services which covers about 90 percent of its population....   [tags: busines analysis]

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