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  2. Ting Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Ting Internet. Ting Internet is an American internet service provider. On December 15, 2014, Ting announced it was buying Blue Ridge Internetworks of Charlottesville, Virginia, which was already building fiber Internet. They began offering symmetrical gigabit fiber internet without bandwidth caps.

  3. Year 2000 problem - Wikipedia

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    Background. Y2K is a numeronym and was the common abbreviation for the year 2000 software problem. The abbreviation combines the letter Y for "year", the number 2 and a capitalized version of k for the SI unit prefix kilo meaning 1000; hence, 2K signifies 2000.

  4. Spectrum (TV service) - Wikipedia

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    The tier was intended as a low-cost, low-speed (1 Mbit/s or less) cable Internet alternative to dial-up Internet service. The Lite tier was retired from Time Warner Cable's Internet lineup for a time, but in the summer of 2013 it returned to Time Warner Cable's Internet offerings.

  5. Google Fiber - Wikipedia

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    Google Fiber offers five options, depending on location: a free Internet option, a 100 M bit/s option, a 1 G bit/s Internet option, and an option including television service (in addition to the 1 Gbit/s Internet) and an option for home phone.

  6. Multichannel television in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Multichannel television in the United States has been available since at least 1948. The United States is served by multichannel television through cable television systems, direct-broadcast satellite providers, and various other wireline video providers; among the largest television providers in the U.S. are AT&T (through its DirecTV and U-verse divisions), Altice USA, Charter Communications ...

  7. Suddenlink Communications - Wikipedia

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    Suddenlink Communications is an American telecommunications subsidiary of Altice USA trading in cable television, broadband, IP telephony, home security, and advertising.. Prior to its acquisition by Altice, the company was the seventh largest cable operator with 1.5 million residential and 90,000 business subscri

  8. Online transaction processing - Wikipedia

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    In online transaction processing (OLTP), information systems typically facilitate and manage transaction-oriented applications.. The term "transaction" can have two different meanings, both of which might apply: in the realm of computers or database transactions it denotes an atomic change of state, whereas in the realm of business or finance, the term typically denotes an exchange of economic ...

  9. Netflix - Wikipedia

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    Netflix, Inc. is an American pay television over-the-top media service and original programming production company.It offers subscription-based video on demand from a library of films and television series, 40% of which is Netflix original programming produced in-house.