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asynchrony

/asyn·chro·ny/
1. lack of synchronism; disturbance of coordination.
2. occurrence at distinct times of events normally synchronous; disturbance of coordination.asyn´chronous
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JP Mobile not only acquires the PDA Defense product from Asynchrony Solutions, but we also secure an extensive list of customers and partners currently using the product," said Puskoor.
We're proud of this independent recognition of our core products by two separate awards bodies this month," said Bob Elfanbaum, Asynchrony Software president and co-founder.
Bob Elfanbaum, Asynchrony Solutions' CEO, stated: "In Schafer, we have found a partner who both embraces the culture of agile innovation at the heart of Asynchrony and brings additional customers and resources to accelerate our on-going growth and development, fortifying our offerings and our potential.
Asynchrony in reproduction generally promotes Allee effects at low densities for species for which asynchrony at high densities is evolutionary beneficial (Calabrese & Fagan 2004, Levitan & McGovern 2005), and possibly augments the susceptibility of Ecuadorian Spondylus populations to fishery pressure in comparison with the population in Bahia de Loreto with synchronized spawning.
When patient-ventilator asynchrony occurs, it will result in impaired gas exchange, an increased load to the respiratory muscles and increased intrathoracic pressures.
With Asynchrony having as much as 70% of its business in the military arena, the executive team decided it was imperative to stay aligned with current customers objectives, as well as enhance its strategic leadership position in future engagements.
This asynchrony greatly reduces the efficiency of the ventricles in patients with heart failure.
Hatching asynchrony is common in many species of birds and results from incubation prior to clutch completion.
TDI analysis, FAM and A-SMA are also useful for evaluating ventricular asynchrony, so you can determine the effectiveness of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy, or "CRT.