Delta represents the bulk of UBM's Data Services segment and includes its Health, Technology and IP, Trade & Transport, and Paper business units.
What does DS/S stand for?
DS/S stands for Data Services Segment
This definition appears very rarelyOther Resources:
We have 548 other definitions for DS/S in our Acronym Attic
- Direct Sequence/Fast Frequency Hopping
- Direct-Sequence/Frequency-Hopped Spread Spectrum Multiple Access
- Direct-Sequence/Frequency-Hopping Code Division Multiple Access
- Direct Support/General Support
- Double Sided/High Density
- Datum Secure Network Time Protocol
- Distribution System/Premise Equipment
- Direct Sequence/Pulse Position Modulation
- Direct Support/Reinforcing
- Direct Sequence/Slow Frequency Hopping
- Direct Sequence/Spread Spectrum Multiple Access
- Disabled Sports USA
- Digital Signal 0 - 64 Kbps channel
- Digital Signal 0 Data Passthrough (telecommunications)
- Data Systems Technician First Class (US Navy Rating)
- Deep Space One
- Digital Signal 1 (24 voice channels; 1.544 Mbps)
- Digital Signal Level 1 - 14 (Ports) (Cisco)
- Deep Space 12 (game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Additionally, service revenue growth in the Data Services segment was 91 percent higher on a sequential basis.
The fixed lines segment on the other hand witnessed a declining share in consolidated revenues, forming 14 per cent of revenues compared to a share of 17 per cent in 2006, while the data services segment share increased from eight per cent in 2006 to 10 per cent in 2007, and also witnessed the highest growth rate, growing annual by 50 per cent.
Consistent with our efforts to enhance the quality of our network and develop a diverse revenue stream, we believe this new relationship with XscapeEz will allow the company to increase penetration into the emerging data services segment of the trucking industry," stated Mark Grannell, the Company's president and CEO.
The Data Services segment includes business lines that provide transportation credit reporting, motor vehicle record reporting, fleet management, supply chain theft and damage mitigation consulting, consumer location, criminal records reselling, subprime credit reporting, and consumer credit reporting services.
Reported EBITDA was $66 million, up six percent over last year's second quarter, as an improvement in the data services segment, lower corporate expenses and lower inter-company eliminations were offset in part by an EBITDA decline in the company's fixed satellite services operations.
The continued softness in the Internet business globally led to a decrease in data services segment bookings to $19 million in gross bookings versus $108 million in the second quarter of 2000.
Data Services Revenue in the data services segment was $29 million, down 12 percent from the first quarter of 2000, while the EBITDA loss, at $10 million, held at last year's level.