Digital Universe is a planned system of non-commercial websites, called portals, having different kinds of resources on a wide range of subjects, and with advanced 3D presentation and rendering. Its Web portals are to be organized into a navigable visual classification system ( taxonomy) showing the relationships of topics, and encouraging exploration. Its creators have stated that they intend it to be a " PBS of the Web." ...more on Wikipedia about "Digital Universe"
e7broadband (formerly e7even) is a United Kingdom internet service provider that specialises in ADSL. They have, narrowly, the lowest ratings of any UK ISP on the ADSLGuide website ** . ...more on Wikipedia about "E7broadband"
EarthLink Inc. , headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, is one of the major Internet service providers in the United States, with 5.4 million members ( 2004 estimate). ...more on Wikipedia about "EarthLink"
Emirates Telecommunications Corporation, also known as Etisalat, is the sole telecommunications carrier and internet service provider in the United Arab Emirates. Etisalat provides all type of telecom services in addition to cable TV service. Etisalat is currently moving to a 3G network and NGN Concept in its infrastructure. ...more on Wikipedia about "Etisalat"
EuroVPS is a European Internet Service Provider that provides virtual private servers, dedicated servers, and web hosting. ...more on Wikipedia about "EuroVPS"
Everyones Internet is a Houston, Texas-based internet service provider. It was formed on December 1, 1998 by Robert Marsh, Roy Marsh III, and Randy Williams. Its service coverage expanded to 42 U.S. states in 2002 and is now nationwide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Everyone's Internet"
eWorld was a short-lived group of online services launched by Apple Computer in June 1994. The services included email (eWorld Center), news, and a bulletin board system (Community Center). Users of eWorld were often referred to as "ePeople". eWorld was considered too expensive, was marketed infrequently, and consequently failed to attract a high number of subscribers. The service was only available on the Apple Macintosh, despite promises that it would be available to Windows users by 1995. On March 31, 1996, at 12:01 am, the service was officially shut down. ...more on Wikipedia about "EWorld"
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Exetel is an Australian ISP which provides ADSL, web hosting, VOIP, and other internet services. ...more on Wikipedia about "Exetel"
Fastweb is an Italian broadband telecommunications company. It provides voice, Internet and television via a broadband connection. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fastweb"
FiOS (Fiber Optic Services, though the carrier denies this is the source of the acronym in published news stories) is a fiber to the premises (FTTP) telecommunications service offered in the United States by Verizon. Verizon has attracted consumer and media attention in the area of broadband Internet access, as the first major U.S. carrier to offer such a service. Verizon is also developing a television service with its fiber optic lines, and is expected to become a major competition of local cable television companies over the next 10 years. It will compete with current "Triple Play" offers, where the local cable company offers broadband Internet access, digital cable, and VoIP telephone service. FiOS started as a pilot program in Keller, Texas, but is now expanding to other places. ...more on Wikipedia about "FiOS"
A free-net was originally meant to mean a computer system which provides public access to a large number of resources including community information through text-based dialup. Once registered, users can typically access e-mail, Usenet newsgroups, chat rooms (typically IRC), telnet, and often other services. ...more on Wikipedia about "Free-Net"
Frontier Telephone is a telephone company that provides service to a fair portion of Rochester NY, New York and surrounding areas, mainly the 585 NPA and 974 LATA. They are owned by Citizen Communications, and are not connected to Bell or AT&T. They were formerly known as Rochester Tel, and often telephone equipment in the Rochester area still bears that name. Recently, Frontier has begun providing DSL internet access, to compete with Time Warner Cable's Road Runner broadband. Frontier also provides VoiceMail and other business services. They have a calling card service, which can be accessed at 800-TEN-CARD . ...more on Wikipedia about "Frontier Telephone"
Grapevine is an internet service provider based in Canberra, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grapevine (internet service provider)"
HIVE/IP Fjarskipti ehf. is the 3rd largest ISP in Iceland and the ISP which made the Icelandic revolution of free foreign download for consumers. Currently the company is offering ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+ and Fiber to Home Internet connections as well as their VoIP PC-to-Phone software has now been in use altough their offical plan is to take up a complete VoIP consumer solution. ...more on Wikipedia about "HIVE (ISP)" Tell your opinion about shortopedia
iAsiaWorks was an ISP and Internet Data Center (IDC) that briefly sprung to life between 2000 and 2001 during the final days of the dot-com era. It performed an IPO on the NASDAQ as IAWK on Aug 19th, 2000. iAsiaWorks sprung from a Taiwan & Korean ISP called AUNet, and purchased AT&T's Hong Kong ISP business in early 2000. The newly merged company offered leased line and datacenter space to companies across Asia Pacific, but with a particular focus on Taiwan, Hong Kong, and South Korea. In each of these markets it built 100,000 square foot datacenter facilities, which remained mostly empty until it closed its doors in mid to late 2001. The facilities were built to the highest specifications available in Asia. In the fall of 2001 iAsiaWork’s facility in Seoul was purchased by Dacom where it has consolidated its ‘KIDC’ operations. Its former facility in Hong Kong is now occupied by Singtel. The status of the facility in Taiwan remains unknown. ...more on Wikipedia about "IAsiaWorks"
An Internet service provider (ISP, also called Internet access provider) is a business or organization that offers users access to the Internet and related services. Many but not all ISPs are telephone companies. They provide services such as Internet transit, domain name registration and hosting, dial-up access, leased line access and colocation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Internet service provider"
Iqara Telecoms India Pvt. Ltd. is a Broadband internet service provider operating in India . Iqara also operates in Brazil. Iqara provides broadband internet access in over 13 cities in India and has a customer base of over 100,000 residential and corporate customers. Iqara is a part of the British Gas group. Iqara provides broadband access over HFC ( hybrid fibre cable ) . ...more on Wikipedia about "Iqara"
Juno is an Internet service provider based in the United States. It is a subsidiary of United Online, which also owns NetZero and Bluelight Internet Services. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juno Online Services"
Kavei Zahav ( Hebrew: קווי זהב) is an Israeli-based Internet service provider. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kavei Zahav"
Kingston Communications PLC is a telecommunications provider based in Kingston upon Hull serving primarily the East Yorkshire area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kingston Communications"
MartNet is a privately owned Internet Service Provider (ISP) located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Its primary business office is in South Philadelphia, and they also maintain a research and development lab in University City, and another office in Northeast Philadelphia. Its servers are housed in an Internet Peering (NAP) and Co-Location facility at the famous North American Building in Philadelphia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Martnet"
MindSpring was a major Internet service provider which merged with EarthLink on February 4, 2000, with the company retaining the EarthLink name. ...more on Wikipedia about "MindSpring"
:For other meanings of MSN, see MSN (disambiguation). ...more on Wikipedia about "MSN"
NDO Limited is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the United Kingdom. Originally established in 1995, originating from NetDirect and was one of the first ISP's in the UK. ...more on Wikipedia about "NDO"
Netscape Internet Service is a discount Internet service provider by AOL, the current owners of the Netscape brand name, which is a registered trademark. (See GAMEY) ...more on Wikipedia about "Netscape Internet Service"
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