Re: Telecoms and translations

Subject: Re: Telecoms and translations
From: Andres Heuberger <andresh -at- FXTRANS -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 5 Mar 1999 10:54:34 -0500

Dear Adam,

Depending on the level of technicality involved, try on or more of the
following resources:

* The International Telecommunication Union (http://www.itu.ch) publishes a
number of multilingual glossaries (these are printed and available for
about $20). Search their site or give them a call in Geneva.
* MCI Worldcom maintains an online, English-only telecommunications
glossary at http://www.wcom.com/tools-resources/communications_library/
(this seems to have the most technical terms).
* Bell Canada has a French/English dictionnary (both online and printed) at
http://198.235.69.82/bell/eng/library/glossary/default.htm
* The FCC maintains an English-only glossary of telecom terms at
http://www.fcc.gov/Consumers/glossary.html (this is a PDF file).
* Ericsson Canada also has a glossary (http://193.78.100.33/CA/company/a.htm).
* A five-volume, five-language telecommunications glossary prepared by the
Language Section of Ericsson Telecom (more than 13,000 terms in each
language) can be ordered at http://www.dit-online.com/termnet/index.htm
* Our company, ForeignExchange, maintains a list of online resources at
http://www.fxtrans.com/resources.htm

Good luck,
Andres

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