thinIPTV is a service platform that allows users to enjoy content they want and when they want it; it even lets users shop for related products in real time.
What does SP stand for?
SP stands for Service Platform
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 191 other meanings of SP in our Acronym Attic
- Sensitive Point
- Sentencing Project
- Senterpartiet (Norwegian political party)
- Sentinel Pile (anal fissure complication)
- Septum Primum (cardiology)
- Sergei Prokofiev (classical composer)
- Sergio Perticaroli (classical pianist)
- Serial Port
- Servants of the Holy Paraclete, Piarist Fathers (religious order)
- Service Pack
Samples in periodicals archive:
Granite is very pleased to have reached a Qwest Local Service Platform agreement with Qwest," said Robert Hale, chief executive officer of Granite Telecommunications.
The OSGi Service Platform has been widely adopted in a diverse set of embedded devices.
This can cause each network to require a dedicated enhanced service platform.
Draft of Enhanced Specification for Managed Services Delivery Now Publicly Available on the OSGi Alliance Website The OSGi(TM) Alliance will -- for the first time ever -- publish a sneak preview of an OSGi Service Platform specification.
We are first to market with a comprehensive RSS service platform," commented Murray Owen, Rocketinfo COO.
CHICAGO -- Availability of Modular DS3/E3 uplink for award-winning HN4000 2BASE-TL service platform provides unmatched network flexibility, taking advantage of legacy in-place TDM over SONET alternatives Hatteras Networks, the leading provider of high-bandwidth, last-mile Ethernet bonded copper access service platforms, today announced the general availability of an Ethernet over DS3 (EoDS3) uplink module for the HN4000.
In addition, the WiderMusic Service Platform features an open standard architecture for service and system interoperability and efficient system expansions.