PSPM

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AcronymDefinition
PSPMPhysiologically Structured Population Model (ecology)
PSPMPower Save Polling Mode (wireless Internet networks)
PSPMPenn State Pulsar Machine (spectrometry)
PSPMPoint Set Pattern Matching (computer science)
PSPMPer Subscriber per Month (service charges)
PSPMProfessional Standards and Performance Monitoring (Metropolitan Police Authority; London, England, UK)
PSPMPresynaptic Plasma Membrane
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Cisco projects that by the end of the decade data usage per subscriber in North America will reach almost 9 GB per month, up from about 2 GB per subscriber per month in 2015.
$ per subscriber per month for TWC in Q1 2016 from each of the following: 1.
Accordingly, average SMS per subscriber per month during 2015 also increased to 187 as compared to 180 in previous year.
Average SMS sent by each subscriber per month during 2014-15 also increased to 187, up from 180 average SMS per subscriber per month during 2013-14.
TWC currently shells out $42.89 per subscriber per month just to offer the array of channels it does.
RBR-TVBR observation : According to SNL Kagan, the Weather Channel charges distributors an average of about 13 cents per subscriber per month. That's not much, compared to entertainment networks such as USA and TNT and sports channels like ESPN that charge from 60 cents up to $5 per subscriber per month.
ESPN receives $5.15 per subscriber per month and is seen in well over 101 million homes, according to the National Cable & Telecommunications Association.
"After three years of engagement with Ofcom, we now look forward to a judicial process which will apply impartial analysis and clear legal standards." Ofcom has set a wholesale price of pounds 10.63 per subscriber per month for each of Sky Sports 1 and 2 when sold on a stand-alone basis, 23.4% below the current wholesale price to cable operators.
Ofcom has set a wholesale price of Au10.63 per subscriber per month for each of Sky Sports 1 and 2 when sold on a stand-alone basis, 23.4 percent below the current wholesale price to cable operators.
* The nonprofits studied sent an average of slightly more than four emails per subscriber per month during both 2006 and 2007.
It wants cable companies to pay 70 cents per subscriber per month, which would give the league more than $300 million a year just from the cable fees.
This could potentially raise fees paid out by Comcast by nearly $1 million per year (based on 25 cents per subscriber per month) just to broadcast local network affiliates.