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NIC

NIC

Pharmacology Lorazepam, see there.

NIC

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NIC

Abbreviation for Nursing Interventions Classification.
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FalconStor, a provider of storage infrastructure software, is considering integrating NIC Express for Linux into its IPStor product line to increase end-to-end network availability.
In 2004, NIC will expand its offerings to the industry with a database encompassing the top 30 metropolitan areas in the country.
NIC manages more eGovernment services than any provider in the world.
NIC will soon release results from two national surveys.
The Talon1244 products are dual-port GigE, low profile PCI-Express NIC designed for a wide range of server, storage, and security systems.
NIC reaffirms its second quarter 2006 guidance and expects total revenues of $17.
The Digital Lightwave NIC jitter testing solution utilizes patented Digital Phase Analysis technology originally pioneered in the OTS(TM) (Optical Test System), and newly developed digital technology for truly fast and accurate jitter and wander measurement.
Working in partnership with Montana Interactive and NIC, the state has introduced several government technology firsts, including the first convicted offender search application and the ability for voters to be verified through an online service that allows them to cast their votes without physically bringing their identification to the polls as required by the Help America Vote Act.
Winning companies like NIC have demonstrated a clear understanding of the needs and processes specific to the government information technology distribution channel," said Lawrence M.
Our versatile NIC is now more powerful than ever, and the clear industry leader in jitter and wander testing," said Doyle Mills, Director of Product Marketing at Digital Lightwave.
The contract was again awarded to NIC and approved on March 31 by Mollie Anderson, Director of the Iowa Department of Administrative Services.