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pika

a genus of animals in the family Ochotonidae. Guinea-pig-sized rabbits with short ears found only in rough, high mountain terrain of North America. Called also rock rabbits, mouse hares, calling hares, Ochotona spp.
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We chose PIKA as our voice-processing technology provider long ago because their cost-per-port was the best out there and they had higher-density cards than most of the competitors we'd looked at," said Brian Anderson, emerging technology consultant at Voice Broadcasting Corporation, the parent company of online dating site Singles.
Ili pikas, which can grow up to 200 millimeters long and have rusty red spots on their foreheads, live at 2,800 meters to 4,100 meters above sea level, an elevation where snow is plentiful but plants scarce, said scientist Li Weidong with the Xinjiang Institute of Environment Protection in Urumqi.
PIKA Daytona MM PCI (analog interface; configurable from 4 to 24 line circuits; available as trunk, station, or trunk/station combinations; supports logging)
The partnership with PIKA Weihenstephan shows Life Technologies' commitment to go beyond pathogen testing by providing the same level of high-quality testing solutions for spoilage organisms, which are a constant threat in the brewing and beverage industries," said Nir Nimrodi, Vice President and General Manager, Animal Health & Food Safety at Life Technologies.
PIKA Technologies for over two decades has been providing developers with the tools they need to build advanced voice and fax applications like IP PBX, fax broadcast and self-service IVR.
PIKA Technologies has been developing a Linux-based platform over the past year and a number of developers are currently working with the Alpha load.
PIKA voice processing operating system now enables developers to write their own DSP applications.
Facilitating development of a Microsoft Media Center Extender Platform, Sigma provides the Pika 8622L development kit, which is being used by industry participants to design media center adapters and networked digital TVs.
The PIKA product line, which includes shearling and mukluk boots as well as backpacks and duffle bags, are designed to be a casual, comfortable lifestyle brand for consumer seeking quality, classic products at an affordable price.
According to Simone Pika from the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology and Thomas Bugnyar from the University of Vienna, observations of comparable gestures in our closest living relatives, the great apes, are relatively rare, but they are not restricted to them.
ARNHEM, The Netherlands, February 24, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- ARCADIS (EURONEXT: ARCAD), the international consultancy, design, engineering and management services company, announced today that a joint venture of Malcolm Pirnie and its partner PIKA has been awarded a Worldwide Environmental Services (WERS) contract by the U.
The PIKA WARP Appliance, which started shipping in June 2008, brings application developers the hardware functionality of traditional purpose-built business-telephone systems at a fraction of the cost and in a smaller, more reliable footprint than off-the-shelf alternatives.