Finally, the CDG became a Market Representation Partner (MRP) for 3GPP in 2009, to facilitate the interworking of CDMA2000 and LTE technologies on behalf of the CDMA community.
What does MRP stand for?
MRP stands for Market Representation Partner
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 335 other meanings of MRP in our Acronym Attic
- Mañana Resultará Peor (Spanish: Tomorrow it Will Be Worse)
- Mandatory Replacement Part (US DoD)
- Mandela Rhodes Place (hotel; South Africa)
- Manpower Requirement Program
- Manpower Requirements Package
- Manufacturer's Recommended Price
- Manufacturing Requirements Planning
- Manufacturing Resource(s) Planning
- Mariposa (Amtrak station code; Mariposa, CA)
- Market Reference Point (business/marketing)
- Marketing and Regulatory Programs (USDA)
- Markov Renewal Process
- Master of Regional Planning
- Master Reference Plane
- Master's Research Paper (various universities)
- Match Review Panel (sports)
- Material Request Plan (building)
- Material Requirement Planning
- Material Requirements for Planning
- Materials Requirements Planner
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Forum is a Market Representation Partner within 3GPP, and ensures regular publication of reports and statements on key topics including technology, spectrum, regulation, market and services.
MobileIGNITE enjoys Market Representation Partner status with 3GPP - and has the formal mandate to provide expert consensus market requirements on FMC application interoperability to 3GPP.
CHICAGO -- MobileIGNITE's Focus in 3GPP to Provide Market Requirements for Fixed-Mobile Convergence Interoperability Today MobileIGNITE, the leading industry association fostering collaboration to accelerate fixed-mobile convergence (FMC), is announcing that MobileIGNITE was accepted as the newest Market Representation Partner (MRP) of the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) at the recent meeting held in Beijing, and that it has two new members to the organization: Comfone and Pandora Networks.
She added, "The UWCC is a Market Representation Partner in the Third Generation Partnership Program (3GPP) where both UMTS and EDGE are being standardized on the same core network.
20, 1999, the 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project) organization announced the acceptance of the Universal Wireless Communications Consortium (UWCC) as a new Market Representation Partner (MRP) into the 3GPP.