expedience


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  • noun

Synonyms for expedience

the quality of being suited to the end in view

taking advantage of opportunities without regard for the consequences for others

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NextNet's OFDM-based Expedience platform provides telecommunications carriers with solutions for rapid deployment of high-speed, two-way voice and data services over the "last mile" of the communications network.
This new wireless terminal is fully compatible with existing Expedience fixed wireless networks.
The goal is to provide busy women with convenience and expedience, eliminating the time-consuming hassle of searching through multi-layered sites containing non-related content.
Councilwoman Elois Zeanah countered that, especially on controversial issues that affect neighborhoods or businesses, the council should worry less about expedience and more about thoroughly reviewing an issue.
SmartSearch(R) provides expedience in this area in an interactive environment allowing users to view all filings on-line.
In the USA, NextNet's Expedience solution is deployed by Clearwire and other regional ISPs in Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina and Ohio.
I am very impressed with the manner and expedience of service from John Ryder and Borg Internet Services," said Bob Welch, sales and marketing director for AMP3.
NextNet's Expedience system is deployed today in cities throughout Asia, Africa, North America, Latin America, and Mexico, where NextNet is the exclusive NLOS plug-and-play system supplier for MVS Comunicaciones, Mexico's largest MMDS carrier, with licensed spectrum covering 67 million potential subscribers.
needs of the business sector are sacrificed to the expedience of politics.
Expedience OFDM system products are available to address the needs of residential, SOHO, SME, and MDU markets.
Brunson said, "We are working very closely with the Food and Drug Administration and our manufacturing facility to resolve this situation with accuracy and expedience.
For asking more of her country than most politicians would dare, for standing firm against tyranny as well as expedience and for providing steadfast moral leadership in a world where it is in short supply, Angela Merkel is TIME's Person of the Year," Gibbs wrote.
By using cloud services, companies make gains in flexibility and expedience.
aWe deplore the decision, which is being taken on the basis of considerations of political expedience alone and most probably is a result of outside pressure,a Korotkov said.