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  2. BSNL Broadband - Wikipedia

    BSNL Broadband (formerly DataOne) [3] is an Indian Wireline Broadband Operator, is division of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited which is under the ownership of Department of Telecommunications under Ministry of Communications of the Government of India. It provides both wired and wireless broadband services as well as many value added services.

  3. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited - Wikipedia

    BSNL Landline was launched in early 1990s. It was the only fixed-line telephone serving for whole country before the New Telecom Policy was announced by the Department of Telecom in 1999. Only the Government-owned BSNL and MTNL were allowed to provide land-line phone services through copper wire in the country.

  4. Rufus (software) - Wikipedia

    Rufus supports a variety of bootable .iso files, including various Linux distributions and Windows installation .iso files, as well as raw disk image files (including compressed ones). If needed, it will install a bootloader such as SYSLINUX or GRUB onto the flash drive to render it bootable. [9]

  5. Windows Imaging Format - Wikipedia

    Developed by. Microsoft. Type of format. Disk image. The Windows Imaging Format ( WIM) is a file -based disk image format. It was developed by Microsoft to help deploy Windows Vista and subsequent versions of the Windows operating system family, as well as Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs. [3]

  6. IMG (file format) - Wikipedia

    ISO images are another type of optical disc image files, which commonly use the .iso file extension, but sometimes use the .img file extension as well. They are similar to the raw optical disc images, but contain only one track with computer data obtained from an optical disc. They cannot contain multiple tracks, nor audio or video tracks.

  7. List of telecom companies in India - Wikipedia

    The following table shows the top 5 wireless broadband service providers in India by total subscriber base as of 31 october 2022. Notes Broadband: Internet access with a minimum capacity of greater or equal 512 Kbit/s in one or both directions. Narrowband: Internet access with a capacity of less than 512 Kbit/s in one or both directions.

  8. Optical disc image - Wikipedia

    The .imgextension can also be found on some ISO image files, such as in some images from Microsoft DreamSpark; however, IMG files, which also use the .imgextension, tend to have slightly different contents. The .udffile extension is sometimes used to indicate that the file system inside the ISO image is actually UDF and not ISO 9660.