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DSO

abbr.
1. deep-sky object
2. Distinguished Service Order

DSO

abbreviation for
(Military) Distinguished Service Order

D.S.O.

Distinguished Service Order.
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He said this while addressing a meeting all DSOs of the province here at National Hockey Stadium.
Earlier, DSOs Coteq Netbeheer (formerly Cogas) and Enduris (formerly Delta Netwerkbedrijf) already changed their names in order to make a clear distinction between the DSOs and their commercial businesses.
dentists were affiliated with DSOs up from 7.4 percent in 2015.
This business model is referred to as a Dental Support Organization (DSO.)
Summary: Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO) is the UAEs answer to Silicon Valley.
During the 1990s, "faster, deeper, wider, and smarter" described the directions DSOs were taking.
"The current financing model for DSOs being applied by the national regulators, traditionally geared to simply driving down costs, is not sustainable and must be re-designed in order to enable the DSOs to meet the twin challenges and fulfil their expanding role," argues Eurelectric Secretary-General Hans ten Berge.
And, finally, it's important to automate the process of managing late payments, resolving disputes and accelerating collections to reduce DSOs and operational costs.
A new report, What our stakeholders said, summarises how the responses to the networks 2017 Future Smart consultation, will inform its 2018/2019 Distribution System Operator (DSO) plans to support a smart grid for all and deliver better outcomes for customers.
Another very important consideration is what you intend to do with the signal after you acquire it, says Chris Martinez, a product manager for a line of DSOs at Tektronix, Beaverton, OR.
You must take the lead and thoroughly understand how sales-weighted DSO and variance analysis models work.
Paragraph 4 of the proposal stipulates that, where appropriate, member states "may" require TSOs and DSOs to fully or partly bear the costs of technical adaptations, such as grid connections and grid reinforcements so as to integrate new producers feeding energy from renewable sources.