NHP2L1

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NHP2L1

A gene on chromosome 22q13 that encodes NHP2 non-histone chromosome protein 2-like 1, which binds to the 5'-stem-loop of U4 snRNA and may play a role in late-stage spliceosome assembly.
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Disclosed customers for FA-1 include Teleglobe, Singapore Telecom, Worldstar, Broadband Cello, Tiscali and Telecom Malaysia.
FLAG Telecom and GTS, as 50:50 partners in the FA-1 venture, will each invest $100 million in equity into the venture.
Designed as a loop system of three self-healing, high-capacity loops with twin terrestrial access points, FA-1 carries fully protected voice, high-speed data and video traffic.
FA-1 allows us to meet the level and speed of service demanded by today's marketplace across this high traffic route, and to provide our customers a genuine gateway to global connectivity.
FA-1 will use laser-generated light to transmit digital information using Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM).
The re-scheduling of the initial RFS date for FA-1 does not affect our 2001 guidance and we remain comfortable with the figures.
FA-1 is planned to consist of three self-healing, high-capacity loops with twin terrestrial access points connecting seamlessly into other FLAG Telecom networks.
The entire FA-1 system is planned to consist of three self-healing, high-capacity loops with twin terrestrial access points connecting seamlessly to the existing FLAG cable system.
The entire FA-1 system is planned to consist of three self-healing, high-capacity loops with twin terrestrial access points connecting seamlessly to GTS's 17,500 kilometer pan-European optical and internet network and to the existing FLAG cable system, stretching over 28,000 kilometers from the UK to Japan, providing secure end to end circuits to almost all major world business centers.
As previously announced, the capacity of FA-1 will be nearly doubled - from 1.
FA-1 enables FLAG Telecom and GTS to offer customers direct connectivity between the New York area and telehousing facilities in London and Paris, allowing seamless connections to numerous other cities in the United States and South America and in European cities via GTS's trans-European network, and other countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia via the FLAG Telecom network.