ESOA

AcronymDefinition
ESOAEnterprise Service Oriented Architecture (branch methodology)
ESOAEuropean Satellite Operators Association (est. 2002; Brussels, Belgium)
ESoAEuropean School of Antennas (est. 2004)
ESOAEngineering Self-Organising Applications (conference)
ESOAElectronic Statement of Account (National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators)
ESOAEthical Society of Austin (Texas)
ESOAEntomological Society of America
ESOAExecutive Search Owners Association (Texas)
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The participants were presented key findings of four fact-finding missions that travelled to India, Mexico, New Zealand and South Africa, with the trips organised by ESOA and Democracy International (DI).
As always the WRC represents a major challenge to ESOA members and to the continued operation of satellite delivered services around the globe.
The last chapter focuses on the challenging concepts like Service Ontology, Service Description, Enterprise service Business , Patterns, Finite State Machine, Brokered Notifications, Chain of Responsibility Pattern, Interpreter Pattern, Fly weight Pattern The aspects of ESOA stimulate further research in these areas and offer concrete findings.
rti Holla, ESOA Secretary General, speaking on a panel on the Digital Single Market with DG CONNECT Deputy Director General Roberto Viola, noted the extreme cost-efficiency of satellite in down-stream video delivery, as part of the solution to intelligent network management.
We have come a long way since the first proposals were made in November 2007 and this is thanks to the openness of the Commission and Parliamentarians to engage in a constructive dialogue with our sector," said Aarti Holla, Secretary General of ESOA.
As its new Chairman, I look forward to moving ESOA forward in a dynamic way, and increasing awareness of how much satellite communications can achieve.
In comments filed yesterday at the FCC, GVF and ESOA noted that the petitioners also fail to explain why it is necessary to use an FSS band for their proposed critical infrastructure industries and commercial FS service when unused or underused FS bands are available: "Currently, there is primary FS spectrum in other frequency bands, including 27 GHz, 38 GHz, and 71 GHz, that is available and/or not close to full capacity.
The satellite industry's substantial private investment in technology and service development is giving citizens access to effective and affordable broadband no matter where they live and making a real contribution to getting Europeans connected," said Michel de Rosen, Chairman of ESOA and Chairman and CEO of Eutelsat.
Whereas policymakers are familiar with cellular because everyone has a mobile phone, it is less obvious where satellites, an invisible infrastructure, fit in," noted Aarti Holla , ESOA Secretary General.
Visit IDS Scheer at SAPPHIRE '07 at Booth #125 in the main exhibit hall and in the SAP NetWeaver Partner Pavilion at Pod #NW21 in the ESOA area.
Expanding its focus on Business Process Management (BPM), Grupo ASSA has been chosen by SAP as its BPM Partner in Latin America for SAP's ESOA Business Process Platform to leverage the capabilities offered by ARIS and SAP and create flexible and reusable business solutions.