The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads, and power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise
the basic structure or features of a system or organization
the stock of basic facilities and capital equipment needed for the functioning of a country or area; "the industrial base of Japan"
Infrastructure is the basic physical and organizational structures needed for the operation of a society or enterprise, or the services and facilities necessary for an economy to function. ...
In mathematics, an infrastructure is a group-like structure appearing in global fields.
An underlying base or foundation especially for an organization or system; The basic facilities, services and installations needed for the functioning of a community or society
The roads, schools, parks, utilities, bridges and communications systems in a community.
permanent resources serving society's needs, including roads, sewers, schools, hospitals, railways, communication networks etc.
System of roads, waterways, airfields, ports and/or telecommunication networks in a certain area.
All parts of the cellular system, excluding the subscriber. Includes the MTSO, Base Stations, Cell Sites, and all links between them.
The public facilities and services needed to support residential development, including highways, bridges, schools, and sewer and water systems
Currently installed computing and networking equipment.
The physical features (for example roads, rails, and stations) that make up the transport network.
a term usually associated with contracts relating to transport, power and utilities projects.
Multi-unit franchisees with their own accounting, human resources, and other internal departments often have excess capacity. Adding brands can take advantage of that capacity, growing profits without expanding the home office staff. ...
The combined components needed to operate a wireless network including cell sites, switching and transmission equipment.
Planning Commission • Low cost housing • Employment • Poverty • Foreign aid • Water management • Water supply and sanitation • Fuel extraction • Electricity (Nuclear • Solar • Wind) • Transportation • Healthcare (Hospitals) • Education (Institutions) • Posting • Telecommunications • Satellite • ...
Infrastructures include utilities and improvements needed to support development in a community. Infrastructure includes water and sewage systems, lighting, drainage, parks, public buildings, roads and transportation facilities, and utilities.
Term for the public-use improvements made to an area such as sewers, roads, bridges, and public utility installations.
Physical structures that allow society to function. Examples include buildings, roads, water pipelines, sewers, electric power lines, railways, and airports.
In Marxist theory or political economy theory, refers to the base or economic foundation of society upon which the culture and social institutions of society are built. ...
A reliable, supporting environment, analogous to a road or telecommunications network, that facilitates the access to geographically-related information using a minimum set of standard practices, protocols and specifications.
A network of interconnected computers and communications systems. Essential elements include wiring, fiber optics, radio, video and/or cellular broadcast signals.
Capital goods that are not directly consumed and serve as support to the functions of a society (individuals and corporations). 1) In transport systems, all the fixed components, such as rights-of-way, tracks, signal equipment, terminals, parking lots, but stops, maintenance facilities, etc. ...
The research facility (facilities) to which user groups are given transnational access under the project.