With these 5G powered Wi-Fi hotspots, we're hoping to give large
numbers of the community a glimpse of how this technology truly has the potential to enhance and improve all our lives." Vodafone Qatar has previously announced 5G deployment in key locations across the country, including Al Waab, Abu Hamour, Al Azizya, Al Mamoura, Al Rayyan, Salwa Road, and Umm Salal Muhammed.
Polycom Inc (Nasdaq:PLCM) on Tuesday announced the availability of Polycom VVX business media phones on and interoperable with Alcatel-Lucent Rapport for Enterprise, a software-based, open communications platform designed to give large
enterprises and service providers a flexible way to customise their communications and collaboration services.
If the barrage were built where I've indicated, a means would have to be available to give large
ships access to Cardiff, Newport and Avonmouth Docks.
The new app is designed to give large
businesses, including insurance companies, retailers and utility companies, the ability to pay individuals using their mobile phone number.
AHMEDABAD -- Electricity regulators in six states have opposed the move to give large
consumers the flexibility to choose their own supplier.
I know that successive governments have tended to give large
contracts to foreign-owned companies rather than supporting our own.
It can be difficult to treat, especially since it is not possible to give large
doses of opiate-based medication to patients due to side-effect issues," the Daily Mail quoted Manfred Scheske, CEO of consumer health at SEEK, as saying.
And now we have mass arrests, obviously designed to give large
numbers of students a police record that will blight their life chances.
We don't have to give large
, expensive gifts which people may not want or need.
How they intended to give large
gifts to friends, family and to charity.
It doesn't mean you are expected to give large
amounts of money, if you are not able to do so - every penny or pounds 1 coin helps towards the formidable amount needed even to restore central heating, to make the place warm and welcoming.