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LINks

Abbreviation for:
Local Involvement Networks, see there
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We are pleased that the Links Incorporated are celebrating their 60th anniversary in Philadelphia and with the assistance of the local chapter, we are also excited to serve as the host city," states Tom Muldoon, president, Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The Link AHMD represents a major breakthrough in visual display capability," said Frank Delisle, vice president of Engineering and Technology for Link Simulation and Training.
Isocore noted that Avici's Composite Links are designed to support link members with varying capacity, in-service addition and removal of member-links, and rapid identification of failed members, with traffic quickly rerouted along surviving links.
As we approach World Health Day on April 7, it is important to understand how Pittsburgh and Global Links are directly contributing to improving the quality of life, particularly for women and children internationally, which is the focus for 2005.
Although Global Links' outreach may not be widely known locally, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO), has conveyed to Global Links that because of its work and the contributions it receives in Pittsburgh, it is emerging as a model internationally for the effective collection and distribution of surplus medical supplies.
DRS-produced AN/USQ-125, AN/USQ-130 and Common Shipboard Data Terminal Sets (CSDTS) are programmable devices within a Link 11 Tactical Data Information Link (TADIL-A) that provide all required modem and network control functions in a NATO-approved Link 11 system.
In 1:1 APS, a protection link is also used to back up a working link, but additional traffic can be carried by the protection link during normal operation.
Alacra Links draws on Alacra's premium data warehouse which covers more than 35,000 global public companies, and links together the meta data from more than 100 different databases.
The power and flexibility of PaperPort Pro Office and Link Agent technology is on display in New York City this week in the ScanSoft booth #2135 at AIIM 2003, the leading industry event for business process automation.
Solution provides transparent link and ISP load balancing for multi-homed networks to increase the scalability, performance and ROI
By the end of July, Euronet hopes to gain Certified Service Bureau status within LINK, which would enable the company to drive ATMs for other organizations in the UK.
XML application developers are eager to have both the basic hyperlinking capabilities of HTML, and a range of further capabilities appropriate to XML documents, including links that can point to multiple resources, collections of links seperate from the resources that they connect, and an attribute-based link declaration syntax which doesn't interfere with users' decisions about XML document vocabulary.