internet service provider


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internet service provider

n
(Computer Science) See ISP
Translations
fournisseur d’accès à Internet
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At a cost of $750,000, Smith purchased a 20% equity stake in the Internet service provider (ISP) and has been appointed its new chairman.
Last year, LatinTech took part in a $100 million private placement for Universo Online (UOL), Brazil's largest Internet service provider. The fund then invested in El Sitio, a Buenos Aires-based portal going head to head for market share with New York-based, pan-regional portal StarMedia Networks.
A 23-year-old Filipino from Manila's lower-middle class district of Pandacan is suspected of being behind the destructive "ILOVEYOU" computer virus that crippled computer systems all over the world, a Philippine Internet service provider said Friday.
Everyone says you should be online, but how do you decide which Internet service provider (ISP) is right for you?
Owners will maintain a level of control over their risers by having one Internet Service Provider in the property, and can increase net income with higher rental rates and increased occupancy by marketing the building as high-tech/internet ready.
RED CIENTIFICA PERUANA (RCP), PERU'S MOST POPULAR INTERNET service provider, has come a long way since its beginnings as a nonprofit company.
A Merrill Lynch analysis finds that it costs an Internet service provider about $4 to $5 per month per subscriber.
In a spate of announcements surrounding its initial public offering, the Internet service provider said it would launch a sister service in Spanish aimed at U.S.
The mammoth Internet service provider would assimilate Metamor's 70 offices and nearly 5,000 employees, which would then enable it to provide a wide range of Web design and technological applications.

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