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wire·line

 (wīr′līn′)
adj.
Of or relating to the transmission of electromagnetic signals through wires: a wireline network.
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UKPRwire, Tue Jun 27 2017] The global wireline services market is estimated to be USD 8.
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Wireline and well intervention technology specialist Wireline Engineering has appointed Donald Mitchell to its board in the newly created position as business development director.
28 January 2011 - Norwegian oilservice provider Seawell Ltd (OSL: SEAW) said on Thursday it bought Universal Wireline, a unit of US drilling contractor Patterson-UTI Energy Inc (NASDAQ: PTEN), for USD25.
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com, "Telephony Unplugged: Wireless Achieves Price Parity with Wireline," predicts that US wireless networks will realize revenues exceeding those for wireline in 2003 when wireless call charges will reach the same price point as those for regular phone lines.
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com/reports/c66105) has announced the addition of "Share of Wallet: US SOHO Business Wireline Voice Spending" to their offering.
Bermuda-registered oilfield service company Seawell (OSL:SEAW) said it has acquired Universal Wireline, the electric wireline subsidiary of onshore contract driller Patterson-UTI (NASDAQ:PTEN) for USD25.