As part of a broader consolidation and standardisation effort, this awarding of contract ties together Defence s corporate and military telecommunications requirements into a single high-speed IP-based network.
What does TELER stand for?
TELER stands for Telecommunications Requirement
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of TELER
- Telephone Management System
- Texas Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Program
- Telecommunication and Informatics
- Telecomunicacoes de Minas Gerais SA (Brazil Telecommunications Company)
- Telecommunications-Enhanced Mobile Internet Protocol
- Temps Espaces Langages Europe Méridionale Méditerranée (University of Provence & the CNRS, Aix-en-Provence, France)
- Telecommunications Network Protocol
- Telemetry Network
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AT&T will also meet specific telecommunications requirements by outfitting rooms with direct lines and providing custom telecommunications equipment.
The VNO model is also typically attractive to customers with diverse or international telecommunications requirements.
The new facility's mission will be to fill the crucial need for advanced R&D to support China's burgeoning telecommunications requirements.
COTAS' deployment of the SkyEdge VSAT network will fulfill a Universal Service Obligation (USO) to meet the modern telecommunications requirements of rural communities.
Hughes Olivetti Telecom will provide the infrastructure to meet the telecommunications requirements of major corporations, as well as develop and offer innovative broadcast and interactive communication systems, such as software distribution and personalized newspapers.
The device offers Automatic Country Code Configuration support to meet worldwide telecommunications requirements, integrated switching power supply to provide optimal line voltage and power consumption management, and integrated power management features to support PC instant-on capabilities.
Robinson's telecommunications requirements are as complex and varied as its 28 separate subsidiaries and divisions.