TIL Nyepi, a hindu festival, celebrated in Bali is a national self reflection day which is observed by silence. Surprisingly, tourists are not permitted onto the beaches or streets. telecommunications companies even switch off internet services for a 24 hour period. Airport are closed too. officeholidays.com/holida…
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Why "QLC Chain" is one of the biggest hidden game changer in blockchain and telecommunication sector?

QLC Chain is to resolve the data trust and security problem in the communication industry, it provides network automation of billing/reconciliation/settlement/payment/custody to telecom operators utilising blockchain technology.

QLC Chain offers telecom operators with inter-carrier connection and financial consultancy services as well.

From the ledger structure perspective: QLC Chain supports each account to have its own chain of ledger integrated with telecom service capabilities, named the multi-dimensional block-lattice structured ledger.

From an adoption scenario perspective: QLC Chain’s mission is to create a secure and trusted environment for communication services and to narrow down the digital divide by leveraging Distributed Ledger Technology, enabling everyone to operate and benefit from network services.

Since few months companies like "China Telecom", "PCCWG", "HCG" or "DC Connect" are doing a POC (Proof of Concept) and are now production-ready, which means that in Q1 2021 first 10+ Telecommunication Provider will go live.

β€œMEF attaches a great deal of importance to introducing the standards for the use of DLT for billing and settlement into the digital service provider market which is led by many of our 120+ service provider members. MEF is very happy to have QLC Chain playing a central and invaluable role as a MEF member by bringing DLT expertise and telecom use cases into the MEF membership and specifically to this new standards project.”

MEF is an industry forum leading the development of a global federation of network, cloud, and technology providers. QLC Chain is developing for MEF standard APi's which are needed for billing, reconciliation, settlement, payment, custody. Member are as example AT&T, China Telecom, China Unicom, Cisco, Ericsson, Microsoft Azure, Orange, Oracle, T-Mobile, Telefonica, Vodafone and many more.

What comes next?

QLC Chain will be a real game-changer when LSO Sonata APIs are adopted to a substantial degree across the service provider community.

In the short term, the benefits to the customers include faster turnaround of quotes, online placement of orders, and faster service delivery.

An own DEX will be ready too in Q1 2021! The DEX will be for Telecom Operators and the Billing platform but also for publicly. The support for QLC ERC20, USDT, Stable Coins and some other pairs will be available. The DEX is really important, because the telecommunication provider need this platform as examp

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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TIL that russia still operates a 1G telecommunications network. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nor…
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Telecommunications - Day and Night (Amiga, 1985)
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The Warsaw Radio Mast was a telecommunications tower located in central Poland. It was the second tallest structure ever built, being surpassed as the tallest by the Burj Khalifa tower in the United Arab Emirates, completed in 2009. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War…
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I work doing reports on computer / telecommunications equipment damage for insurance companies. This incident was entered as "Lightning damage"
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Old telecommunications UPS reddit.com/gallery/lh50so
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I work in Telecommunications installing radios and antenna at various heights. While working i often get to see beautiful sunsets and rises, and I figured I'd jump on the bandwagon and share a picture of myself and some of the sites I've worked on. reddit.com/gallery/l8ey1k
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CMV: North Korea should be cut off from global telecommunications/internet.

I’ll keep it short.

North Korea’s telecommunications access doesn’t benefit the population of North Korea. As I understand it, it is reserved for the elite (I assume that includes the likes of the cyber criminals responsible for wannacry), and a the government.

If North Korea wants nothing more than to isolate their citizens and pillage other countries, then let’s let them have their isolation, and put a stop to their pillaging.

As a side note, I wouldn’t mind removing them from the UN and other orgs that are simple bystanders to their bs.

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Australian 5G experts have rubbished controversial new claims by a UK researcher that 5G is potentially unsafe and the global rollout of the telecommunications technology should be halted thenewdaily.com.au/life/t…
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Comcast Sneaking in More Price Hikes During the Pandemic - Please Let the Masschusetts Dept of Telecommunications Know
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Shenandoah Telecommunications Company Announces $1.95 billion Sales Price for its Wireless Assets and Operations to T-Mobile | Shenandoah Telecommunications Co investor.shentel.com/news…
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So cool to see Oklahoma go up against a telecommunications giant.
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B1902 - Telecommunications Amendment (Australian Directory Jobs) Bill 2021 - CiD Vote

Order!

The time to propose amendments has expired. The question is that the amendments be agreed to.


Bill Details

Bill Text

Explanatory Memorandum


Member Proposing Amendment (electorate) Amendment Proposed
/u/ThanksHeadMod (Linigari) Amendment

Division Required

The House shall now divide. Members are only to vote aye, no, or abstain.

Voting shall end at 7PM 21/02/21.

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Telecommunications Company claiming β€œDebt” from my Grandmother

Hey guys, today my grandmother sent me an image of a letter from lawyers representing one of the big telecommunications companies regarding debt she racked up for not paying her phone bill.

The letter looked legitimate but I had some suspicion considering the fact that these kinds of scams have been rampant, especially with the elderly throughout the pandemic.

So I called up my grandmother to get more context before I call the law firm up to enquire. She specifically remembers going into a physical store and cancelling it in person. She noted a date down in her notebook β€œ24/02 Cancel Phone Plan” or somewhere along the lines of that. This is in 2018.

Fast forward to now, with the letter dated 14/01, they are claiming that she owes their client upwards of $5,000 and will need to pay up or else court proceedings will happen.

I told my grandmother to then show me her statements from Nov 2017 - July 2018 since she supposes she cancelled in February. She had signed up with direct debit, so money was being debited consistently each month - $69.98.

The last payment was in May 2018 and it was a partial amount of $12.50. No more direct debits happening after that in the June/July 2018 statements. All this time, even if the person in store messed up and didn’t cancel it properly, money stopped being deducted, no payment reminders were sent from June 2018 up until January 2021.

Can anyone offer some advice on this matter?

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TIL Nyepi, a hindu festival, celebrated in Bali is a national self reflection day which is observed by silence. Surprisingly, tourists are not permitted onto the beaches or streets. telecommunications companies even switch off internet services for a 24 hour period. Airport are closed too. officeholidays.com/holida…
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Inside a Pro-Huawei Influence Campaign - A covert online push to sway telecommunications policy in favor of the Chinese company may presage a new twist in social manipulation. nytimes.com/2021/01/29/te…
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Which bank and telecommunication company would you recommend for a newcomer?

Hi everyone! I recently moved from Denmark to the UK because I have started a new job. I need to open a bank account and I also need a phone SIM. Which company/bank would you recommend and why?

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Favorite colorway of the 380s, ONYX, let me know if you need telecommunication towers !!
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What's the largest mobile carrier, internet service provider and other telecommunications services provider in your country?

In Suriname that is Telesur. Which at the same time is just the biggest telecommunications provider in Suriname; from landline to ADSL. Digicel is a close second, especially after they also bought over Uniqa. Uniqa was a daughter company of UTS from Curaçao; UTS is also available in the other Dutch Caribbean islands, including French St. Martin, except Aruba.

If a company in Suriname wants to offer internet services, they'll still have to go through Telesur, because they own all the landlines and internet lines in Suriname. They also own, together with Guyana and Fr. Guiana, the sea cables connecting us to the world. So even Digicel isn't exempt form putting up a fully autonomous system independent from Telesur. This has given Telesur a monopoly in Suriname especially in home internet and landline services. They also offer mobile services in the Netherlands (mostly for our diaspora there).

Digicel is their only competitor, but they are also slow at adapting to new technology. Whereas in the past they were a pioneer and forced Telesur to invest in their infrastructure. Nowadays Telesur is the trendsetter, they launched 4G LTE in July 2019, while Digicel just last year december. In November 2019 Telesur launched their 5G network, which was also the first company in the Caribbean to do so.

What's the largest mobile carrier, internet service provider and other telecommunications services provider in your country?

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Starlink vs telecommunication sector

Guys can someone please clarify if starlink will impact telecommunications. Thank you

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BREAKING! A Black Hole at the Center of Earth Plays the Role of the Biggest System of Telecommunication for Connecting DNAs, Dark DNAs and Molecules of Water on 4+N- Dimensional Manifold!

"This means that molecules of water could have gender like DNAs ..." :)

https://preview.redd.it/vj1gozplqxb61.png?width=882&format=png&auto=webp&s=d4de25f0a0fb67a1571201377927846717e838ab

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If in the case of all telecommunications being shut down (before they are shut down)

There are some apps that you can use to communicate with each other even when there is no internet connection:

Mesh Network Apps

  • β€œThe Several Mesh” for Android -β€œSignal Offline Messenger” for Android -β€œVojer” Apple IOS -β€œBridgefy” Both Android and IOS (used by protesters in HK) -β€œBriar” Android

these may not allow international communications but they do allow communication across roughly 100 meters.

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FBI agents told Nashville news outlets that Warner had β€œparanoia” over 5G technology used by AT&T and other telecommunication companies, Newsweek reported. daytondailynews.com/local…
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From Lightbulbs to 5G, CCP Battles West for Control of Vital Technology Standards: Whoever has control of industrial norms for telecommunications, electricity transmission and artificial intelligence is in a position to dominate wsj.com/articles/from-lig…
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When are telecommunications and police going to do something about spam / scam robocalls? Its about time you Secure your infrastructure right to the endpoint phone !!!!

So tired of these daily calls. waking me up at 7am every day. and then 10-15 more calls daily. I pay for a service that is being abused by scammers and nothing is being done about it. If you want my service fix this shit. Yes it is your responsibility to come up with a way to stop these robocalls and scammers from harassing people. My 89 year old mother is terrified that the people that call her are going to come and hurt her because of the things they try when they get her on the phone. I have tried to educate her but she is old and does not understand why these scammers are doing this. Telecom this is your infrastructure and you need to secure it and ensure the service you are providing is not abusing your damn customers. Enough is enough. Spend some money on this instead of just expanding your cloud services to big corporate companies. I'm talking to you Rogers, Bell, Telus, ETC,ETC.

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ANACOM: Telecommunications prices in Portugal increased by 6.5% aroged.com/2020/11/anacom…
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Top mind discovers that all major modern pandemics coincide with random improvements in telecommunications, meaning radiation is the true culprit. 5G is what is causing Covid! Another top mind notes that the medieval bubonic plague was caused by radiation from an asteroid, it all makes sense now... reddit.com/r/conspiracy/c…
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[GTM] Telecommunications Engineering
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The International Telecommunication Union and UNICEF call for urgent investment to bridge a digital divide currently preventing children and young people from accessing quality digital learning and opportunities online
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What will telecommunications technology look like in 2026? hpe.com/us/en/insights/ar…
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This spherical device.. what is this? Its located in a telecommunications mainframe office. reddit.com/gallery/l1cvdb
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Ogero chairman, Imad Kreidieh, gets paid a higher salary than the USA president. He employed, as a favor, tens of high-level consultants in Ogero, most of them while they were still students, and have no connection with the telecommunication sector (some consultants were theater-major-students) v.redd.it/ew6xrhhawb361
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Greenville City Council to discuss new telecommunication service provider witn.com/2021/01/14/green…
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Architectural details, Skopje Telecommunications Centre and Post Office [OC] reddit.com/gallery/llb2xl
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Telecommunications Media Studies major?

Howdy all,

I'm currently in the process of switching my major to Philosophy, which I intend to keep in all cases. However I JUST discovered that there's a Telecommunications Media Studies major. I am extremely interested in the effects of technology on society as well as how media/mediums affect how information is handled or expressed.

I've read multiple books involving heavy themes about media ecology (two Neil Postman books, Ellul's The Technological Society, Mander's Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television, [all of Ted K's stuff but idk if that's relevant lmao]) as well as a few other books, and I wholly intend to read more.

I found these books EXTREMELY interesting, as well as the overall theme of technology/media and society. Could any Telecommunications majors out there let me know if they think I'd enjoy this major? I would double major with Philosophy/TMS in that case. I like challenging myself so I'm not assuming it's an easy major or anything like that, I simply adore the subject.

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Illegal activity by telecommunication service providers

Ayubowan fellow Lankans, There's a lot of posts on this sub about SPs and data prices. Unfortunetaley, this isn't a post about a new unlimited data package. However, there's been some allegations made about service providers stealing money from their customers through value added services (VAS). Essentially, some SPs sign up their customers to these VASs w/o their permission and charge them without a clear method to opt out of these "services".

When activist Nagananda Kodituwakku brought up these allegations TRCSL came out and said SPs must create a web portal/ OTP/ Mobile app for their customers to opt out of these VASs.

We would like to ask anyone who has proof of your SP charging money for services that you didn't sign up for, to send them to Nagananda Kodituwakku's Facebook page. (Be mindful when you're sharing your personal info with him.) He has mentioned the possibility of taking legal action against these corporations. You can also complain to the TRCSL. There's a couple of things you can do about the lack of unlimited data packages too. The easiet thing is to make a complaint to the TRCSL. Or you can also make a complaint to the Minister of Technology (who also happens to be the president). Here's a link to the president's office.

We can't guarantee anything useful to come out of this, but it is worth a shot.

Good luck.

If you'd like more info on this, we did a small segment on this on our podcast.

Edit: links fixed.

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Naval Air Station and NATO Base Sigonella is an Italian Air Force base and a US Navy installation in Sicily, Italy housing units such as Tactical Operation Center, Alliance Ground Surveillance, Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station and 7th Reconnaissance Squadron [37Β°24'30.4"N 14Β°54'40.6"E] reddit.com/gallery/ldrxuz
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Myanmar has gone dark! Internet and Telecommunications are cut off. Thousands of people are protest today. CDM is very important to strike against the coup. Dear Myanmar from all over the World please join us help us and support our people. I stand and support my friends&brother and sisters who reddit.com/gallery/lez40z
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In 1956, the US government settled an antitrust lawsuit against Bell whereby the telecom giant could remain a monopoly in telecom but had to make all of its existing patents royalty-free. This led to a substantial increase in innovation but only outside of telecommunications where Bell was dominant. aeaweb.org/research/chart…
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U.S. Ban: Toshiba Then, Huawei Now, semiconductor then, telecommunications now youtu.be/1croqOeE5gg
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 27 2020
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With 2020 almost ending, a look of how telecommunications would have looked in 2020 by 90s standpoint (from 1997 Telkom yearbook)
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 29 2020
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H.R. 1051: To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to streamline siting processes for telecommunications service facilities, and for other purposes.

Introduced: Sponsor: Rep. Morgan Griffith [R-VA9]

This bill was referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce which will consider it before sending it to the House floor for consideration.

Govtrack.us Summary

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B1902 - Telecommunications Amendment (Australian Directory Jobs) Bill 2021 - 2nd Reading Vote

Order!

The time for debate on this bill has expired. The question is that the bill be read a second time.


Bill Details

Bill Text

Explanatory Memorandum


Division Required

The House shall now divide. Members are only to vote aye, no, or abstain.

Voting shall end at 7PM 2/14/2021.

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πŸ“…︎ Feb 11 2021
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B1902 - Telecommunications Amendment (Australian Directory Jobs) Bill 2021 - 2nd Reading Debate

Order!

I have received a message from mikiboss to introduce a bill, namely the Telecommunications Amendment (Australian Directory Jobs) Bill 2021 as Private Member's Business, and seconded by the member for Pearce, /u/NGSpy (SDP). The Bill is authored by mikiboss.


Bill Details

Bill Text

Explanatory Memorandum


Debate Required

The question being that the Bill be now read a second time, debate shall now commence.

If a member wishes to move amendments, they are to do so by responding to the pinned comment in the thread below with a brief detail of the area of the amendments.

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Which bank and telecommunication company would you recommend for a newcomer?

Hi everyone! I recently moved from Denmark to the UK because I have started a new job. I need to open a bank account and I also need a phone SIM. Which company/bank would you recommend and why?

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Why "QLC Chain" is one of the biggest hidden game changer in blockchain and telecommunication sector?

QLC Chain is to resolve the data trust and security problem in the communication industry, it provides network automation of billing/reconciliation/settlement/payment/custody to telecom operators utilising blockchain technology.

QLC Chain offers telecom operators with inter-carrier connection and financial consultancy services as well.

From the ledger structure perspective: QLC Chain supports each account to have its own chain of ledger integrated with telecom service capabilities, named the multi-dimensional block-lattice structured ledger.

From an adoption scenario perspective: QLC Chain’s mission is to create a secure and trusted environment for communication services and to narrow down the digital divide by leveraging Distributed Ledger Technology, enabling everyone to operate and benefit from network services.

Since few months companies like "China Telecom", "PCCWG", "HCG" or "DC Connect" are doing a POC (Proof of Concept) and are now production-ready, which means that in Q1 2021 first 10+ Telecommunication Provider will go live.

β€œMEF attaches a great deal of importance to introducing the standards for the use of DLT for billing and settlement into the digital service provider market which is led by many of our 120+ service provider members. MEF is very happy to have QLC Chain playing a central and invaluable role as a MEF member by bringing DLT expertise and telecom use cases into the MEF membership and specifically to this new standards project.”

MEF is an industry forum leading the development of a global federation of network, cloud, and technology providers. QLC Chain is developing for MEF standard APi's which are needed for billing, reconciliation, settlement, payment, custody. Member are as example AT&T, China Telecom, China Unicom, Cisco, Ericsson, Microsoft Azure, Orange, Oracle, T-Mobile, Telefonica, Vodafone and many more.

What comes next?

QLC Chain will be a real game-changer when LSO Sonata APIs are adopted to a substantial degree across the service provider community.

In the short term, the benefits to the customers include faster turnaround of quotes, online placement of orders, and faster service delivery.

An own DEX will be ready too in Q1 2021! The DEX will be for Telecom Operators and the Billing platform but also for publicly. The support for QLC ERC20, USDT, Stable Coins and some other pairs will be available. The DEX is really important, because the telecommunication provider need this platform as examp

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