aggregator

In the context of SMS messaging, a company which provides MO and MT SMS access to mobile networks, typically via an email (typically SMTP) or web-like, HTTP, interface. Gives access to all the networks in at least one country and handles the network operator relationships on behalf of the customer. Usually aggregators add value through services such as marketing expertise, short code allocation and billing aggregation. ...

Aggregator

Aggregator refers to a web site or computer software that aggregates a specific type of information from multiple online sources: ...
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Aggregator

• (n.) One who aggregates.
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aggregator

noun a person who collects things
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Aggregator

Ag'greĀ·ga`tor noun One who aggregates.
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Aggregator

A Web site or software application that amasses information from multiple sources, for example news sites, search engines, or social media.
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Aggregator

An entity responsible for planning, scheduling, accounting, billing, and settlement for energy deliveries from the aggregator's portfolio of sellers and/or buyers. Aggregators seek to bring together customers or generators so they can buy or sell power in bulk, making a profit on the transaction.
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