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The last time the government broke up a monopoly was in the early 1980s, when it forced AT&T to spin off the regional telecommunications network known as the Bells.
He has more than 30 years of experience in the telecommunications industry and, unsurprisingly for his time as an engineer, more than 20 patents filed.
Congress has previously mandated portability standards when it forced telecommunications carriers to let consumers keep their phone numbers when switching networks.
The geopolitical battle between China and the West is playing out in the global telecommunications market.
The telecommunications giant—the second largest TV provider in the US behind only Comcast—lost about the same number of TV subscribers in the previous quarter.
Culture secretary Oliver Dowden told the House of Commons that UK mobile providers will be prevented from buying Huawei 5G equipment after December 31 under a revised telecommunications bill that the government will table for a vote in the fall.
The V-chip requirement is part of the important telecommunications bill now pending in this Congress.
With cheap, educated workforce – they can monopolize basic data processing and telecommunications functions worldwide.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
Grinning secretively to himself, he walked into the telecommunications room.
THE HOUSE FROM NOWHEREARTHUR G. STANGLAND

WORDS RELATED TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS

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