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edge

(ej),
A line at which a surface terminates.
See also: border, margin.

edge

[ej]
Etymology: ME, egge
1 a thin side or border.
2 the end of a surface, e.g., the edge of a cliff.

edge

A margin or border.

bevel edge

A tooth edge produced by beveling.

cutting edge

An angled or sharpened edge for cutting, as an incisor tooth or the blade of a knife.

denture edge

The margin or border of a denture.

incisal edge

The sharpened edge of a tooth produced by occlusal wear; the labiolingual margin.

edge

(ej)
Line at which surface terminates.
See also: border, margin
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As MobiStream is targeted at a range of standard CMOS processes, it halves the cost of deployment compared with many software-based GPRS solutions currently in the market.
The decision to support the Lipman 8320 GPRS is key to serving the international market, where the economics of local landlines sometimes doesn't make sense," commented Brian Hoshiko, Vice President of Engineering for Emida.
Emida will be demonstrating their support of the Lipman 8320 GPRS at Intele-CardExpo Miami, Miami Convention Center, Booth 619, March 21 - March 23, 2006.
He was one of the founding members of Ericsson's GPRS team based in Stockholm that built and delivered the first GPRS end-to-end network solution, with full responsibility on the technology aspect of the product.
The GPRS Performance Test System SE will be available early Q2 2004.
The Agilent OSS GPRS QoS Analyzer monitors and troubleshoots in real time to provide a comprehensive, independent view of network and service health, which allows users to detect and diagnose problems with infrastructure, content providers, IP connectivity partners and more.
The Agilent OSS GPRS Session Analyzer provides real-time and historical troubleshooting of problems reported by customers or fault management alarms, performs intelligent analysis of an individual subscriber's GPRS connectivity, and presents results in an easy-to-use format.
Depending on the host carrier and mobile device, data over GPRS reaches speeds equivalent to a traditional dial-up service-and is charged at C$0.
The three solutions announced today at TeleManagement World include the Agilent OSS Data Mining Toolkit, the Agilent OSS GPRS Session Trace and the new Agilent acceSS7 high-density probe hardware.
We believe that Nokia's total solution offers a stable GPRS platform with advanced features.
Siemens mobile will be equipping AIS's GSM 900 mobile network in the east and north-east of Thailand with GPRS technology and adding to systems installed earlier.
The new computers extend the functionality of the Symbol PDT 8000, adding GPRS (data and GSM voice) to the integrated bar code scanning and wireless communications capabilities available today.