BPL


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BPL

Abbreviation for:
benign proliferative lesion
biotin protein ligase
blood products laboratory (Medspeak-UK)
bronchopulmonary lavage
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On the quantum of allocation, the Centre said it was allocating 35 kg of grains per month per BPL family.
In July 2008, BPLG and BPL Africa deployed a pilot project for VRA demonstrating a modern grid.
Most southern states have a markedly smaller percentage of people living in the BPL category, Kerala doing best with 15 per cent.
Together, Serveron and BPL Global can deliver innovative smart grid solutions that span utility generation, transmission and distribution applications.
Manassas residents, as are most Texans who currently have or will be able to order Current's broadband services over TXU's BPL network, also have access to DSL and cable internet services.
The investment is part of the Series C funding BPL Global announced in late September, totaling $25 million and led by a consortium of Kuwaiti-based companies including Al-Deera Holding, International Financial Advisors, Kuwait Holding Company, and International Finance Company.
The development of BPL has been slowed by concerns over interference and the lack of standards necessary to drive it forward.
Now, with investment from two giants of IT, BPL might finally pass the pilot phase.
I think the future of broadband over power lines is extremely bright because it represents a third alternative for access to the Internet," says Joseph Fergus, president of COMTek, a BE 100s firm that offers BPL services.
Today, while BPL has not yet achieved widespread deployment, it has made significant inroads and may offer the promise of more to come.
As part of the strategic partnership, IDACOMM will include Broadband Energy's Utility Automation products, software and services in IDACOMM's BPL product offering to utilities and other customers, and will build a demonstration and testing lab at their offices in Boise, where IDACOMM will demonstrate the use of Broadband Energy's solutions with multiple BPL network infrastructures, including equipment from Mitsubishi, Amperion and Ambient.
The New York-based company, which builds, owns, leases and manages buildings for some of the city's most prestigious tenants, is currently testing the technology, which utilizes a BPL modem to bring IP-based (Internet protocol) broadband services into facilities via existing electric power lines.