He pointed to recent wargames by the Iranian Army and IRGC in Iran's southern waters, and said, "We have such a powerful control (over the said areas) that during Iran's military maneuvers, a single Iranian soldier managed to stop foreign vessels through wireless radio messages from a long distance and kept them kilometers away from his point of deployment.
What does POD stand for?
POD stands for Point of Deployment (module; television cable industry)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 207 other meanings of POD in our Acronym Attic
- Plain Old Documentation (Perl)
- Plan of Development (land development; various organizations)
- Plan Of the Day
- Planar Optical Display
- Planar Orthogonal Drawing
- Plane of Disease (gaming)
- Play on Demand (Line 6)
- Playable on Death (band)
- Point of Demarcation
- Point of Departure
Samples in periodicals archive:
An EV's operating characteristics bring far more than zero emissions at the point of deployment," he said.
It's important because more and more organizations are implementing mobile solutions and are seeking to adopt MDM offerings at the point of deployment.
NDS Group plc, a News Corporation company and a leading provider of technology solutions for digital pay TV, today announced the formation of an exclusive alliance for the development and certification of an OpenCable compliant CableCARD (formerly known as Point of Deployment (POD)) for supply to the cable TV markets in Korea and the USA.
Key to this approach is Moonlight's ability to capture configuration differences within the universal models and automatically manage them at the point of deployment.
July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- NagraVision, a global leader in providing highly secure Conditional Access Systems to the Satellite, Cable, MMDS and Data Broadcast industries, today announced the successful interoperability testing utilizing a prototype point of deployment module (POD).
A DOCSIS-based device that enables true interactivity on every cable-ready digital television, or Point of Deployment (POD) device, without the need for a digital set-top box.
PHILA provides a license to the patented DFAST technology for a standardized and secure communications link between an individually addressable point of deployment security module (POD) and the digital television.