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celite

(sē′līt″)
A chalklike powder that is a contact activator of the intrinsic system of coagulation.
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Celite Systems is changing the game for facility-based service providers, driving rapid and profitable deployment of broadband services to residential subscribers.
Celite Systems DSL Headend most recently was honored at SUPERCOMM with a 2003 SUPERQuest award in Most Promising Network Technology.
To be recognized by such a renowned group of industry leaders at SUPERCOMM is both a great honor, as well as a magnificent validation of Celite Systems' value proposition -- making broadband services easier, cheaper, and faster to install for RBOCs, IOCs, and PTTs around the globe," said Roger Dorf, president and CEO of Celite Systems.
Celite Systems DSL Headend (TM) And Zero Touch(TM) Service Activation
These assays were carried out after extraction and Celite chromatography [241, with slight changes.
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CHROMATOGRAPHIC PURIFICATION BEFORE RIA Extraction and Celite chromatography was carried out as described previously [11-14], with DCM and Celite/ ethylene glycol column.
Celite Systems' technology empowers our customers to apply our solution to a variety of different environments to help leverage the large, installed copper footprint," said Roger Dorf, president and chief executive officer of Celite Systems.
Roach also served as president of Manville's Mining and Mineral Group, president of Manville Sales Corporation (now known as Schuller International), and president of Celite Corporation, a wholly-owned Manville Subsidiary.
Celite Systems' DSL Headends are designed for facility-based copper access providers (RBOCs, IOCs, and PTTs) to cost effectively deliver broadband services to the mass market.
of the company's Celite business and its partial year