[ US /ˈtɛɫkoʊ/ ]
  1. a public utility that provides telephone service
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  • The alternative telco hailed today's interims as evidence of ‘strong improvement’, in operating performance and financial controls.
  • OT NPR was just reporting that Arlen Specter won’t be calling the telco executives to testify “for now” and will concentrate rather on ways to improve NSA oversight. Firedoglake » The Outsider is IN
  • The national telco is pissed that ISPs are undermining their businesses, which rely on charging farcically high rates for long-distance, and they've gotten their pals in government to strong-arm all the ISPs in the country. Boing Boing: November 3, 2002 - November 9, 2002 Archives
  • I turned 32 yesterday by ripping a bad version of 50 Cents 'Get Rich or Die Trying the night before, and then had a quadrella of conversations with a convergent telco corporate strategist (8am), 2.0 money man (10am), "the" editor of financial regard (12pm), and Australia's would be #1 blogger, if Darren Rowse wasn't so committed to digital cameras and helping bloggers:) Party Like It's 2003
  • We already got several major Enterprise companies in the Telco and Financial industries moving some of their existing JEE applications on the cloud without the need to re-write thier application. Appistry Opens the Cloud to (Almost) All Apps
  • Indian telcos are already required to enable state surveillance by licence agreement, but there is nothing that forces them to modify their networks to allow it.
  • The telcos responsible for broadband infrastructure can now see where and how they can make money.
  • By doing this telcos will be able to more easily roll out high bandwidth Internet access to both business and residential customers.
  • The federal government this month issued $20 million in grants to 17 telcos in 40 states as part of an effort to deploy broadband in unserved rural areas.
  • This is the latest in a series of setbacks for telcos and telco equipment manufacturers.
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