Wireline


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Wireline

The use of an Ethernet or other cable to connect a computer to the Internet or another computer. The advent of wireless technology has made it less common for home computers.
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It includes substantially all of the assets of J-W Wireline, which is one of the largest independent cased-hole wireline companies in North America.
The two smaller contracts collectively cover about 400 AT&T wireline employees.
A native of Aberdeen, Donald began his career in design and mechanical engineering before moving to the oil and gas industry in various technical and sales roles with Expro, Well-Equip and PES before joining Wireline Engineering when it was founded in 1998.
Brian Hiener, Convergys' industry lead in the wireline market, also sees the monopoly mindset, but at the same time suggests that most companies providing wireline service now see themselves as having expanded beyond that one category.
Basic components of a wireline steering tool are a downhole probe placed inside a nonmagnetic drill collar near the drill bit, wire connecting the probe to an interface unit on the drill rig, readout box, and computer and printer at the driller's station.
The addition of J-W Wireline will further enhance FTSI's wireline services and geographical coverage, increasing its wireline capacity more than ten times, the buyer noted.