The word communications is a noun. Communications means (1) the discipline that studies the principles of transmiting information and the methods by which it is delivered (as print or radio or television etc.).
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word communications.
- NTT Communications
NTT Corporation, a Japanese Communications
company, was founded in 1999. Their slogan is CreativE Life
by which they mean they can bridge the gap between individuals and businesses with cutting edge technology and solutions. NTT Communications has locations in 21 countries. The website provides information about how to contact them in any of their locations and latest news about the company.
- Radio Communications Equipment
Visit this radio communications
equipment manufacturer directory to locate radio communications equipment manufacturers in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts two push-to-talk radiotelephones.
- Discovery Communications
This is the website for the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, Discovery Health, The Science Channel, The Military Channel, TLC and others. The website lists TV shows and times, news, videos, searches by subjects relevant to Discovery Communications programming, news, and access to the Discovery Shop.
- Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
television, wire, satellite and cable.
- Computer & Communications Industry Association
CCIA promotes open markets, open systems, open networks, and full, fair and open competition in the computer, telecommunications and Internet industries.
- How Satellite Phones Work
Satellite phones provide comprehensive global coverage in places where cell phone reception is nonexistent. Learn more about how satellite phones work.
- Nunavut Territory
While the 28 communities of Nunavut are linked by modern communications
and regional airlines, Nunavut is the only Canadian province to which there are no roads, making it a unique travel destination.
This is the site for the award-winning software that is used by businesses, for entertainment, and personal communications. The site has information on the company, and information about products, support, and technology problem solutions.
- AMD - Advanced Micro Devices
Founded in 1969, AMD is based in California. It designs and produces innovative microprocessor and graphics and media solutions for the computer, communications, and consumer electronics industries. The website describes its products, some of its customers, its innovations, and success stories.
Cisco designs and sells networking and communications
systems. It was originally developed at Stanford University in 1984. It was the first company to successfully market the network router. There are four brands: Cisco, Linksys, Scientific Atlantic, and WebEx.
Comcast, located in Philadelphia, is a provider of cable, entertainment and communications
products. It is involved in broadband cable networks and in the delivery of programming content. Comcast serves customers in 39 states. The website describes the company and its services. Also on the site are prices for each of the services.
- Gannett Company
Gannett is a diverse news, information and communications
company that was founded in 1906 with the Elmira Gazette. Today it is the largest newspaper publisher in the U.S. and has approximately 7.2 million subscribers. Gannett has a large presence on the Internet with USATODAY.com as one of the most popular news sites on the web. The site has much more information including a list of publications.
Logitech designs peripherals to help users enjoy a better experience with the digital world. The company began in 1981 by improving on the mouse and became the world leader in mice. They now offer many other products that help primarily with PC navigation, gaming, Internet communications, digital music, and home-entertainment control. All of its products are fully described on the website.
MITRE was founded in 1958 as a private, non-profit corporation to provide engineering and technical services to the federal government. Today they are the managers of three federally-funded R&D centers: the Dept. of Defense, the FAA, and the IRS. Their expertise is in acquisition and systems analysis, communications
and networking, IT, sensors, systems engineering, and independent R&D.
Motorola was founded in 1928 in Chicago. Its first product was a battery eliminator that allowed radios to be plugged into household electrical circuits. Today Mororola is a major marketer of wireless and broadband communications. The website lists the vast number of products and services that they produce from phones to motorcycle radios to embedded computing, and much more.
Corporation is a computer company best known for its web browser Netscape. At one time Netscape was the number 1 browser but has since lost its dominance to Internet Explorer. Netscape is part of AOL, LLC, a Time Warner company.
- Siemens AG
Siemens, headquartered in Munich and Berlin, is one of the world's largest electrical engineering and electronics companies. The company develops products in automation, information and communications, medical, power, services, and transportation. They work in many types of industry, and they have a long list of products, listed A-Z on the website. The website contains more specific information.
- Sony USA
The Sony Corporation of America, based in New York City, is the U.S. subsidiary of the company in Tokyo. It is a manufacturer of audio, video, communications, and information technology products. It is also a major entertainment provider with music, motion pictures, television, computer entertainment, and other businesses. The website describes the company, its products, and has a store.
Sprint Nextel offers a range of wireless and wireline communications
services. Sprint was founded in 1899 as the Brown Telephone Company. Nextel was founded in 1987, and the two companies merged in 2004. The website provides information about phones, plans, accessories, coverage and support. The Sprint Digital Lounge offers special ring tones, entertainment, and applications.
- University of Pennsylvania
Penn is a highly selective, private, ivy-league university, located in Philadelphia. Penn has nearly 10,000 students and 4,200 faculty members. Besides the School of Arts and Sciences, Penn is home to the Wharton School of Business, a Law School, a Medical School, a Veterinary School, a Nursing School, and the Annenberg School for Communication.
- UserLand Software
UserLand has been providing web publishing solutions since 1997. UserLand is used by schools and universities to create and manage websites and intranets. It is used by businesses to create weblogs to improve employee and customer communications. More detailed information and instructions for obtaining the software on the website.
- Fashion Institute of Technology
FIT is a State University of New York college for design, art, communications, and business, with a focus on, and connection to, the fashion industry.
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