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ISP

abbreviation for INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER.
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At the end of 2000, 10 backbone providers generated 92 percent of all wholesale ISP revenues.
The other benefits of multi-homing--load balancing and performance tuning--require more skill and management time, and many sites opt to rely on the fact that it's rare for a well-managed ISP with good connectivity (lots of peering and/or transit arrangements with backbones) to fall completely.
If the FBI or any other government agency attempts to or succeeds in gaining access to all user traffic information on the ISP, will the ISP inform its users?
I never seriously considered using AOL because the word of mouth on it was pretty negative,'' said Victoria Alexander, an Escondido advertising copywriter who uses MGC Communications, a local telecom operator, as her ISP.
May Taxpayers Rely on ISP Coordinated Issue Papers?
With the File Preserver program, ISPs can offer subscribers the security of protecting digital assets from all types of data loss - from a hard drive crash to a natural disaster destroying their home - at a secure, off-site location.
Feedback from ISPs concludes that there is a continued growth in the frequency and magnitude of multi-gigabit, supra backbone DDoS attacks.
ISP-Market LLC is a marketing consulting firm focused exclusively on helping technology companies understand, communicate with, and sell to the ISP and Enterprise IT communities.
The company also announced a beta program for the MX Logic Sender Reputation Gateway (SRG), carrier-grade software designed specifically to provide ISPs with intelligence on outbound email abuse and individual sender reputation and behavior.
com, a Midwest ISP, adds, "Our subscribers are able to take advantage of highly valuable services like Internet call waiting and real-time call screening and transfer through co-branded CallWave software.
Preventon's subscription-based platform enables ISPs to increase revenues, loyalty and market share by delivering a compelling blended internet security service to consumers.
His speech will discuss the impact this new standard will have, what it means to traditional carriers, customers, ISPs and WISPs.