TTNET

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TTNETTürk Telekom Net (Turkish Internet backbone)
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announced on Monday that TTNET, a communication and entertainment company in Turkey, has successfully rolled out VIP1113 IPTV set-tops from the company to subscribers of its Tivibu service.
Macquarie will utilise TT's suite of order-entry software and server-based algorithmic execution tools, including the ADL (Algo Design Lab) visual programming platform for algorithmic strategy creation, through TTNET's proximity hosted architecture.
"EMC is pleased to deliver solutions to meet TTNET's extensive requirements for new levels of automation and productivity.
According to TTNET, with more than 6 million subscribers, it provides high technology broadband services to customers in 81 provinces across Turkey.
Apart from 81.4 % shares in Avea, one of the three GSM operators in Turkey, Turk Telekom owns 100% of wholesale data and capacity service provider company Pantel International AG and its subsidiaries, 99.9% of broadband provider TTNET, convergence technologies company Argela, IT solutions provider Innova, online education company Sebit A.S., online gaming company Sobee and call center company AssisTT.
It owns a major stake in Tokyo Telecommunication Network (TTNet, local and long-distance phone service).
Telecommunication Network (TTNet), in which Tokyo Electric Power Co.
Area B, reporting and facilitating a concerted approach, includes the following: reporting on developments in VET; reporting on lifelong learning; policy support for new community initiatives; TTnet Training of Trainers network; ICT (information and communications technology) learning platform; key data; report on vocational training policy; European forum on transparency of qualifications; and history of VET.
Talks were already under way to integrate PoweredCom with TTNet by April, said PoweredCom president Takeshi Taneichi.
(TTNet), a TEPCO affiliate, as well as Sony Communication Network Corp., a Sony Corp.
Finally, there is the fact that it owns and operates the country's two major internet providers, TURNET and TTnet.