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ISP

abbreviation for INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER.
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Instead of peering, they would charge those smaller ISPs for transit.
First and foremost, selecting an ISP should be based on organizational needs.
Communications company British Telecom (BT) is the best performing Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the UK at present, according an Internet survey by Epitiro, an Internet testing company.
Increasingly, ISPs like AOL and Yahoo want to be assured that you'll "clean" your list regularly of bad e-mail addresses, addresses of recipients who have requested you remove them from your mailing list, and the like.
ISPs will need to back up directory servers, without taking them offline.
Narrowband ISPs are now pressuring the Federal Communications Commission and other telecommunications regulators to implement policies that would breathe life back into their businesses.
In this section, interdependence patterns of ISPs are formulated as the peering strategic games.
The ISPs have a strong history of staying ahead of consumer trend and if you look at the history of data caps in those small number of markets -- and it's actually a relatively small number of markets that have [data caps] -- the trend over time, when music streaming and download became popular, especially in the early days when it was not necessarily legitimate, data caps moved up.
It also found that the property manager blocked other ISPs from installing fixed-line internet on units and from marketing their services to interested residents.
With thousands of folks watching Youtube videos and streaming movies through Netflix over the internet, ISPs are unable to keep up with the data overload.
On April 25, ARM announced its new Mali-C71 image signal processor, an automotive grade ISP that other semiconductor firms can use.
He said D-Link will "continue to build a strong team" to serve ISPs by providing customised solutions to them.