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Internet Protocol version 6; the most recent version of the Internet Protocol IP , the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet. Average revenue per user is a telecom industry metric generally calculated by dividing total revenue for a product group by the average number of subscribers during a period. In order for Commons to host a file, it must be free in its home country and in the United States. An interconnected collection of telecom components consisting of switches connect to each other and to customer equipment by real or virtual transmission links. WebRTC Web Real-Time Communications; an open source project that seeks to embed real-time voice, text and video communications capabilities in Web browsers.
GHz Gigahertz; a unit of frequency equal to 1, million Hertz. HD High definition television resolutions transmitted in either p, i or p format.
Hertz A unit of frequency of one cycle per second. HEVC High Efficiency Video Coding; a video compression standard allowing for high resolution video and data compression through improved parallel processing technology. HFC network Hybrid-fixed-coaxial network; a coaxial cable broadband network based on optical fiber. Internet of Things The network of physical devices, vehicles and other items, embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data.
IPTV Internet Protocol television IPTV is a system through which television services are delivered using the Internet protocol suite over a packet-switched network such as a LAN or the Internet, instead of being delivered through traditional terrestrial, satellite signal, and cable television formats. IPv6 Internet Protocol version 6; the most recent version of the Internet Protocol IP , the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet.
IRUs Indefeasible rights of use are contractual agreements between the operators of a communications cable, such as a fiber optic network and a client. They construe exclusive, unrestricted, and indefeasible rights to use the relevant capacity including equipment, fibers or capacity for any legal purpose. The costs for indefeasible rights of use are generally paid up front in a lump sum for a fixed period of use.
LAN Local Area Network; a computer network that interconnects computers within a limited area such as a residence or office building and has its network equipment and interconnects locally managed. In addition, landline includes fixed wireless systems, in which the users are in fixed locations using a wireless connection e.
M2M Machine-to-machine; direct communication between devices using any communications channel, including wired and wireless, often via the Internet of Things. MHz Megahertz; a unit of frequency equal to 1 million Hertz. MNO Mobile network operator; a company that has frequency allocations and the required infrastructure to run an independent mobile network, as opposed to an MVNO. MVNO Mobile virtual network operator; a mobile operator that does not own its own spectrum and usually does not have its own network infrastructure.
MTR Mobile termination rates are the interconnection fees that a mobile operator charges other mobile operators for calls terminating on its network.
Multi-DMR Multiple digital rights management systems. MUX Multiplex; the grouping of program services that are sub-grouped as interleaved data packets for broadcast over a network or modulated multiplexed medium, which are split out at the receiving end. Transmission links may be based on fiberoptic or metallic cable or point-to-point radio connections.
Omnichannel A cross-channel business model that provides customers with an integrated service experience, enabling customers to be in constant contact with a company through multiple channels at the same time. Services that come over the top are most typically related to media and communication and are generally, if not always, lower in cost than the traditional method of delivery. Penetration is typically calculated by dividing the number of subscribers or lines by either the number of households or the population to which the service is available.
SD Standard definition television resolution, commonly transmitted in i or i format. Set-top box A set-top box is an information appliance device, such as a digital television adapter or a card reader, which generally displays output to a television set and an external source of signal, turning the source signal into content in a form that can then be displayed on the television screen or other display device.
SIP Session Initiation Protocol; a communications protocol for signaling and controlling multimedia communication sessions. The most common applications of SIP are in Internet telephony for voice and video calls, as well as instant messaging, over Internet Protocol IP networks. SMS Short Message Service; a text message service which enables users to send short messages characters or less to other users.
SMP Significant market power. As such, a unique subscriber may be party to multiple individual contracts for telecommunications services and hence be considered to constitute multiple subscribers. Subscriber Identity Module cards or SIM cards Cards that contain a smart chip with memory that allows for authentication and management of encryption keys.
TVE A television everywhere service that enables customers to watch television programming on various devices such as televisions, smart phones, tablets and computers, and allows customers to select the television service they want. TVOD Transaction video-on-demand service, which allows consumer customers to access titles that are available to rent on an individual basis. VoD Video on demand. VoIP Voice over Internet Protocol, a telephone service via internet, or via Internet Protocol, which can be accessed using a computer, a sound card, adequate software and a network connection.
VoWiFi Voice over WiFi; a capability for smartphones that allows a mobile user to use the same phone number and the same smartphone dialer interface whether making a call over the cellular network or over any WiFi network. VPN Network A virtual private network for securely connecting two or more locations over the public Internet. WebRTC Web Real-Time Communications; an open source project that seeks to embed real-time voice, text and video communications capabilities in Web browsers.
XaaS Anything-as-a-service; refers to the growing diversity of services available over the Internet via cloud computing as opposed to being provided locally, or on premises. Interim Report January-September Q3 pdf. Interim Report January-June Q2 pdf. Interim Report January-March Q1 pdf. Interim report January-September Q3 pdf. Interim report January-June Q2 pdf. Interim report January-March Q1 pdf Key operative indicators.
Interim report January-March Q1 pdf. Application Programming Interface; a set of routine definitions, protocols, and tools for building software and applications in computer programming.
Average revenue per user is a telecom industry metric generally calculated by dividing total revenue for a product group by the average number of subscribers during a period. The DNA segments that carry genetic information are called genes, but other DNA sequences have structural purposes, or are involved in regulating the expression of genetic information. In eukaryotes such as animals and plants, DNA is stored inside the cell nucleus, while in prokaryotes such as bacteria and archaea, the DNA is in the cell's cytoplasm.
Other proteins such as histones are involved in the packaging of DNA or repairing the damage to DNA that causes mutations.
DNA is a long polymer of simple units called nucleotides, which are held together by a backbone made of sugars and phosphate groups. This backbone carries four types of molecules called bases and it is the sequence of these four bases that encodes information.
The major function of DNA is to encode the sequence of amino acid residues in proteins, using the genetic code. These RNA copies can then used to direct protein synthesis, but they can also be used directly as parts of ribosomes or spliceosomes. Reference Terms. All known cellular life and some viruses contain DNA. The main role of DNA in the cell is the long-term storage of information.
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