TIATTying It All Together (YouTube channel)
TIATTokyo International Air Terminal (Japan)
TIATTempest in A Teacup
TIATTaxi Industry Association of Tasmania (Australia)
TIATToken Inter-Arrival Time
TIATThis Is A Test
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Under the contract, financial details of which were not available, TIAT selected HP to establish a wireless local area network (WLAN) that covers nearly all areas of the terminal, which spans across more than 150,000 square meters.
With HP MSM Access Points, TIAT is now able to provide reliable, secure public wireless Internet service in terminal lounges and departure zones.
Taipei, July 10, 2009 (CENS)--After several years of development, Taiwan's telecare industry is poised to take off and is expected to create over NT$5 billion in annual production value by 2012, said Johnsee Lee, chairman of Telecare Industry Alliance Taiwan (TIAT) and president of Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) yesterday (July 9).
Huang Tung-liang, TIAT secretary general, reported that both the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) and the Department of Health (DOH), under the Executive Yuan, have completed the first stage of their respective telecare pilot projects and the DOH will launch the second-stage project next year, rallying the participation of even more companies and medical institutions.
Johnsee Lee revealed that TIAT has started to conduct exchanges with Chinese hospitals from last year, in order to combine the medical care services of the two sides of the Strait via telesystem, mainly for servicing Taiwanese businesses initially.
Efforts in the second half from Tiat Donaldson and Bradley Johnson rounded off a fine 3-0 success for Rangers.
TIAT'S THE WAY: Leicester midfielder Danny Tiatto (right) and Rowan Vine of Luton will be key men in Saturday's match