Acquired Capacity

Acquired Capacity

A term of art referring to a constellation of intracellular changes typically seen in neoplasia: ability to generate their own mitogenic signals, to resist exogenous growth-inhibitory signals, to evade apoptosis, to proliferate indefinitely, to stimulate angiogenesis, to invade and metastasise.
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It has also acquired capacity on other African cables, including Teams and Eassy in the east and Wacs in the west.
Furthermore, it provides interconnection with our recently acquired capacity on the TEA cable system, which gives us an incredibly efficient and reliable path from Europe into Asia.
WaveDivision Holdings has acquired Capacity Provisioning Incorporated (CPI), effective immediately.
De Heus also said that newly built or acquired capacity in South Africa, Vietnam, the Czech Republic, Russia and Ethiopia will be crucial in pursuing its growth plans in 2010 and beyond.
27) </pre> <p>Here, as Cavell sees it, Torvald has become so habituated to the particular pathways and conduits of power that have characterized his relationship with/to Nora that he has become insensitive to its fluctuations, to her newly acquired capacity to see herself as a participant in producing the power of this conversation.
While some other companies have also acquired capacity, some observers question whether this is a wise move.
Near-term growth is based on already acquired capacity while long-term strategy is expected to be achieved through a combination of organic growth, acquisitions, and by purchasing or leasing additional facilities.
I am confident that our customers in both urban and rural areas will benefit from the anticipated improvement of the quality of service on both voice and data services as we switch on more of the acquired capacity.
Meanwhile, subsidiary Georgia Power is undertaking a collaborative effort to develop and install its first retail utility-scale solar power development, and Alabama Power, another Southern Company subsidiary, has acquired capacity from a wind farm being developed in Oklahoma.
The other stream, spearheaded by the Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing-International (CAM-I), is the CAM-I Capacity Model, which essentially examines how acquired capacity is used or why it is allowed to remain idle.
Statements contained in this press release regarding the capability of acquired capacity to expand TI's Analog revenue, and other statements of management's beliefs, goals and expectations, are forward-looking statements intended to qualify for the safe harbor from liability established by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.