Internet Service Provider

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Internet Service Provider

A company that provides access to the internet for customers. Typically, an ISP provides this service in exchange for a monthly fee. It may also provide website hosting services.
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The bill also requires all Internet service providers to become members of an association of Internet access providers which will be established in the future.
By using an access provider, it creates a fire wall between the Web site and the company.
is a wholesale Internet access provider with over 11,000 dialup access numbers in over 7,400 locations across North America.
Edgix is the first Edge Services Provider (ESP), offering fully managed Internet infrastructure services to broadband access providers worldwide.
Some companies are carving their own secure virtual private data networks out of the giant, high-speed backbones of Internet access providers.
The GDSL RTU8E allows network access providers to extend high digital-quality POTS, high-speed modem access, and value-add services to hard-to-reach customers.
In letters to thousands of Internet access providers across the nation, the Los Angeles-based Jewish human rights organization proposes a "code of ethics," the latest attempt to control speech on the Internet.
Traditional conditional access providers are evolving to the meet the IPTV challenge
We added over 30 new ILEC customers during 2005 and our RFP win ratio against other top tier access providers was very strong.
Axerra Networks' Pseudo-Wire solutions enable mobile wireless operators, cable operators, competitive access providers, and incumbent carriers to extend IP plus legacy data and voice services in native format over Ethernet, IP, and MPLS networks.
Netifice currently offers the most extensive Private DSL coverage available, via Layer-2 Network-to-Network Interconnects (NNIs) with the country's largest DSL access providers.
AAPT, Access Providers, Agile/Internode, Amcom, Chariot Limited, Datafast, Exetel, iiNet (including Ozemail in 2005), Netspace, Optus, Pacific Internet, People Telecom/Swiftel, PowerTel (including Request), Primus, Telstra Retail, Telstra Wholesale, TPG, Unwired, Westnet