ONET

AcronymDefinition
ONETOptical Network
ONETOccupational Information Network
ONETOngoing Education and Training
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The proposal, which was drafted by senior defense ministry officials and Polish military officers, was sent to Washington without consulting the foreign ministry or even the president, Andrzej Duda, Onet reported.
Onet is a French company with 50,000 staff, a 1.2 billion [euro] turnover, and a technologies division that operates in the European nuclear sector.
FON, a WiFi community, and Onet, an Internet portal based in Poland, have announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership for the development of products and services for the Polish market under the joint brand Onet FON.
Using ARRAY and GAP to model the antenna connected to the ONET and element excitations from BIA to define the inputs to the feed arrays, an analysis of the beam-to-interference patterns can be performed and the data output to a printer or plotter.
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13 April 2012 a[euro]" Polish TV broadcaster TVN SA (WAR:TVN) said on Friday it had begun exclusive talks with Swiss multimedia firm Ringier Axel Springer Media AG thatA could result in the latter buying a majority stake in web portal Onet.pl.
The next seven placed winners will receive a Batelco Onet device.
Quoted on the Luxembourg stock exchange, in Poland ITI also owns a 24-hour news channel, TVN24, various multi-screen cinemas and the big Internet portal, onet.pl.
The news agency cited last week several sources as saying that TVN could be carved up and sold in pieces, with French Vivendi (EPA:VIV) to buy its troubled pay-TV operations and one of ITIa[euro](tm)s owners to take the Onet Internet business.