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NIC

NIC

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Nicaragua. The code is used for transactions to and from Nicaraguan bank accounts and for international shipping to Nicaragua. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.

NIC

see NEWLY INDUSTRIALIZING COUNTRIES.
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Founded in January 2000, The New Internet Computer Company builds the New Internet Computer (NIC), bringing fast, affordable and functional Internet access to consumers, schools and businesses without the cost or complexity of a PC.
This outstanding coalition of technology companies like the New Internet Computer Company proves that the private sector can design practical, affordable solutions for the good of underserved communities," says Louis Simpson, president/CEO, Worldwide Communications Group.
Founded in January 2000, the NEW INTERNET COMPUTER COMPANY and its NIC 300 Network Access Machine brings simple, reliable and functional Internet access to schools, businesses and consumers without the cost or complexity of a PC.
Giving consumers affordable and easy access to Windows applications from their New Internet Computer is a very unique package that is not offered by anyone in the market today," said Mike Skelton, Menta Software's president and CEO.
Oracle's Promise and Help Us Help have partnered with The New Internet Computer Company, makers of the NIC.
332287) Oracle's Promise and the Help Us Help campaign have partnered with the New Internet Computer Company, makers of the New Internet Computer (NIC), to help make digital access a reality for all kids.
Today The New Internet Computer Company, the Internet appliance company founded by Larry Ellison and Gina Smith in January 2000, is proud to announce the executive team charged with taking the company into its next phase of growth.
The New Internet Computer Company proudly announced today that its recently released New Internet Computers (NICs) will soon be in the hands of Chicago schoolchildren.
Larry Ellison's New Internet Computer Company already has bragging rights to the most affordable Internet computer on the market - the $199.

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