ALTEL

AcronymDefinition
ALTELAssociation of Long-Distance Telephone Companies
References in periodicals archive ?
With 28 years of systems integration experience, Altel develops sophisticated, intelligent electronic security solutions for customers across many vertical markets.
Wace, in particular, plays up the horror of the giant's dominion, noting that the mount of St Michael--an important Christian site in Wace's time--'N'i aveit altel ne chapele' when occupied by the giant; this detail seems significant given Wace's frequent association of religious structures with peace times and civilization.
Granryd said he saw Altel as Tele2's main competitor as both have similar market positions as low-price brands, adding they were currently fighting a "brutal price war."
Swedish telecomms solutions provider Ericsson said on Thursday (28 August) that it had signed a contract with the Kazakhstan mobile operator Altel to deploy a nationwide wireless network.
The Artemis mission was controlled by a French Space Agency facility in Redu, Belgium, while the satellite's operational control center in Fucino, Italy, was run by the Italian consortium Altel, or Aliena Spazio/Telespazio.
Intense But More Rational Competition: Competition in the Kazakh mobile market is likely to remain intense but more rational than in 2015-2016, after Kazakhtelecom's mobile subsidiary Altel and Tele2 merged their mobile assets into a joint venture at end-2015 operating under the Tele2 brand.
Reportedly, this JV will strengthen the position of both companies in the Kazakhstan market by combining Tele2's existing operations in Kazakhstan with Kazakhtelecom's mobile business, Altel.
Ltd jointly with Kazakhstan's Altel will complete implementation of the 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) project in Kazakhstan, Corporation CEO Sun Yafang said after he had talks with President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev in Shanghai.
local exchange carrier for parts of Arkansas; Altel Communications Inc.
This Joint Venture is expected to strengthen the position of both companies in the Kazakhstan market by combining Tele2's existing operations in Kazakhstan with Kazakhtelecom's mobile business, Altel.
Altel, Kazakhstan mobile operator, a subsidiary of the national operator Kazakhtelecom launched a promotion of Wi-Fi routers in its shops.
1986 Skip Rutherford Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods 1987 Tom Baxter Friday, Eldredge & Clark 1988 John Newell Altel Information Services, Inc.