Tech site Hacker, a tech news site, reports that a telecom engineer in the United Kingdom was recently named a “Google Telecom” winner, beating out a bunch of other winners from across the world.
According to the site, the award is given annually to “the most outstanding telecom engineer” who has “performed at least two of the following tasks: developed an innovative new technology or service; implemented a new system for providing voice services; developed an interactive web-based platform for interactive voice communications.”
The award was first awarded in 2010 and was awarded to one of the two winners of the Google Telecom competition.
In 2012, the winner of the competition, Paul O’Leary, won the Google Technology Prize for his work on Google’s Voice Search system.
O’Brien had also previously won the award for his role in the implementation of Google’s VoIP system.
While the Google TSP award has been around since 2011, Google is now celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Google’s voice search system has been used by millions of people across the globe for more than a decade.
It is the result of a collaboration between Google and Microsoft, a company that has long been a rival of Google.
Google has been actively trying to develop its voice search technology, but the company is not exactly the easiest place to get involved.
The system requires users to register and install a device that can process voice calls and text messages.
The TSP awards are also difficult to find, and it’s not clear whether Google is actually involved in the TSP program.
Google says it will continue to support the TPH award until 2019, but it is unclear whether that will mean Google is actively looking to give away the award or whether Google will simply give away TSP-related content.
Either way, Google says the award has helped it grow its voice service, which it says has been downloaded more than 150 million times.