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wavefront 

A virtual surface emanating from an object or an optical system, perpendicular throughout to a bundle of rays. See wavefront aberration.
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Uflex's focus on quality and service matches our values at WaveFront Technology Europe and working with the world's leading supplier of packaging films will provide significant process benefits.
Established in 2004, Wavefront Technologies is a small business with multiple successfully performing contracts.
Duzlemsel wavefront ayni duzlemdeki egri olmayan (konveks veya konkav olmayan) lenste kirilmaya ugrarsa lensin kirilma indeksine bagli olarak yavaslamaktadir.
We've been impressed with the level of innovation and the quality of the applications we've received through this program with Wavefront," said Greg Speakman, vice president of Adapter Marketing for Sierra Wireless.
VMware set the standard for monitoring virtual environments with VMware vRealize Operations, and we will set the standard for cross-cloud and modern application monitoring with Wavefront," said Ajay Singh, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud Management Business Unit, VMware.
The photoresist mastering was equipped for conventional mastering--3D, 2D or 2D/3D--and Wavefront could handle embossing orders as small as 100 linear ft.
As part of the commitment to Wavefront, Rogers will also sponsor the development of new programmes including the Wavefront National Accelerator Programme and Commercialisation Support Programme, as well as hands-on mentorship to M2M businesses looking to commercialise their business and enter new markets.
With the large number of fractured oil reservoirs throughout the globe this is a pinnacle opportunity for Wavefront as the anticipated positive results will broaden the current target market for Powerwave," added Davidson.
The special issue presents new research on the use of wavefront analysis for assessing subtle, "higher-order aberrations" in vision.
The subject of the contract is the purchase of wavefront sensors.