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  2. TDS Telecom - Wikipedia

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    TDS Telecom is an American telecommunications company with headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin.It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telephone and Data Systems Inc, and is the seventh-largest local exchange carrier in the U.S. TDS Telecom offers telephone, broadband Internet and television services to customers in thirty states and more than 900 rural and suburban communities, though it also ...

  3. Rooks: Mainers should not be fooled by 'The Great New ...

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    The theory, like all anti-tax theories, is easily stated: Starting in the 1970s, when Maine adopted a progressive income tax and New Hampshire booted out a governor who proposed one, New Hampshire ...

  4. Telephone and Data Systems - Wikipedia

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    Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. is a Chicago -based telecommunications service company providing wireless products and services; cable and wireline broadband, TV and voice services; and hosted and managed services to approximately 6 million customers nationwide through its business units TDS Telecom and U.S. Cellular ( NYSE : USM) and OneNeck ...

  5. TDC Holding A/S - Wikipedia

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    TDC Holding is the holding company of two separate companies which were spun-off from TDC; Nuuday A/S and TDC NET A/S. All consumer related services and brands were placed under Nuuday, and the ownership and maintenance of physical infrastructure of mobile antennas as well as coax and fibre optical lines were placed under TDC NET.

  6. Tabular Data Stream - Wikipedia

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    Tabular Data Stream. Tabular Data Stream ( TDS) is an application layer protocol used to transfer data between a database server and a client. It was initially designed and developed by Sybase Inc. for their Sybase SQL Server relational database engine in 1984, and later by Microsoft in Microsoft SQL Server .

  7. PrimeStar - Wikipedia

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    PrimeStar was a medium-powered DBS-style system utilizing FSS technology that used a larger 3-foot (91 cm) satellite dish to receive signals. Broadcast originally in analog, they later converted to digital technology. The system used the DigiCipher 1 system for conditional access control and video compression. The video format was MPEG-2.

  8. Template:Internet service providers of the United States

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