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  • Intellinet Technologies,Florida,USA :  project-based telecom software development (requirements analysis, design, coding, testing). Projects include: Enhanced Services Platforms, GSM Network Management, SS7 Test Applications, WLL and LNP solutions.

  • Russia Telecommunications Project : the Russia Telecommunications Project is a project whose most important goals are to help maintain the safety and security and to encourage the dismantlement of all types of weapons of mass destruction, to advance nonproliferation activities, and to assist the former Soviet Union in converting its defense-oriented capabilities to civilian market-driven activities.

  • The Maine Telecommunications and Information Technology Planning Project : is funded, in part, by a planning grant from the Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure Assistance Program, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, and through matching funds provided by the Education Network of Maine, an institution of the University of Maine System, and the Maine Public Broadcasting Corporation.

  • ACTS Project :  the overall objective of VITAL is to develop, implement, demonstrate, and validate an Open Distributed Telecommunication Architecture (ODTA) for deploying, managing and using a set of heterogeneous service features, in particular multi-media, multi-party, and mobility services.

  • Central Artery/Tunnel Project : the Central Artery/Tunnel Project is the largest, most complex and technologically challenging highway ever attempted in American history.

  • WORKFRET Project  the- freight transport project.
  • Queens Land Transport : includes information on major projects and services.

  • Millennium Pipeline Project - troposal for a new, more efficient Northeast Passage for transporting Canadian and US natural gas supplies to eastern energy markets

  • USGS Bemidji Project - the objective is to improve the understanding of the mobilization, transport and fate of crude oil in the shallow subsurface.


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