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A•so•kaəˈsoʊ kə(n.)

  1. died 232 b .c ., Buddhist king in India 269?–232? b .c .

    Category: Ancient History, Biography

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  1. Asoka

    Aŝoka is a 2001 Bollywood epic historical drama film. It is a fictional version of the life of the Indian emperor Ashoka the Great, of the Maurya dynasty, who ruled most of Indian Sub-continent from 273 BCE to 232 BCE. The film was directed by Santosh Sivan and stars Shahrukh Khan as Ashoka in the lead role. The screenplay was written by Santosh Sivan and Saket Chaudhary, the music was created by Anu Malik and the dialogue by Abbas Tyrewala. It was originally released as Ashoka The Great in India. The Tamil release title is Samrat Ashoka. Asoka is the maiden venture of Arclighz Films, established by Shahrukh Khan and Juhi Chawla. The film was widely screened across the United Kingdom and North America, and was also selected for screening at the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival, where it got positive response. However, the film failed to please both critics and the audience alike and flopped at the box-office.

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  1. Asoka

    Founded in 2001, Asoka is a leading developer of simple, secure, and reliable powerline networking products that use existing electrical wires to deliver high-speed networking throughout a home or business. Designed for both residential and commercial environments, Asoka’s innovative products are sold globally through carriers and systems integrators. The company offers the broadest and most complete portfolio of powerline products available today, and boasts powerline technology leadership and knowledge unparalleled in the industry. In addition to being 100% focused on powerline networking (PLN) solutions, Asoka established the baseline platform that helped thrust PLN solutions into the market, and pioneered a remotely manageable PLN solution optimized for deployment by carriers and systems integrators.The company offers HomePlug®-certified product lines for both residential and commercial applications including high-speed Internet access, data, VoIP, standard and high definition (SD and HD) TV, IPTV, security, monitoring, and surveillance services. Its PlugLink® family of residential products is designed to provide simple, secure, reliable home networking and includes Ethernet and wireless routers and adapters, unique Ethernet adapters integrated into power strips, and a remotely accessible IP camera.The PlugLANâ„¢ commercial product line delivers Internet to every room, every outlet, and every person in MDU/MTUs, hospitality, and small businesses with enterprise-class management, security, and scalability. The PlugLAN line includes a full-featured switching gateway, Ethernet and wireless adapters, and an innovative Ethernet adapter with integrated pass-through electrical outlets.

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