MTU


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MTU

Abbreviation for:
malignant teratoma undifferentiated (see there)
medical therapy unit
methylthiouracil
mobile treatment unit
muscle tendon unit
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Actual results, performance or events may differ materially from those in such statements due to, without limitation, competition from other companies in MTU Aero Engines' industry and MTU Aero Engines' ability to retain or increase its market share, the cyclicality of the airline industry, risks related to MTU Aero Engines' participation in consortia and risk and revenue sharing agreements for new aero engine programs, risks associated with the capital markets, currency exchange rate fluctuations, regulations affecting MTU Aero Engines' business and MTU Aero Engines' ability to respond to changes in the regulatory environment, and other factors.
The model allows us to compare two regimes, one with and one without an MTU. When the constraint is removed, those small liquidity traders who could not hedge their endowment shock in the regime with an MTU, can now perfectly hedge it and enter the market.
Spanning a broad power range (362 to 979 hp) and covering myriad mobile and stationary markets, the Series 1600 has the potential to double MTU's engine manufacturing output (see related story).
MTU has secured a 15 percent stake in either GTF version, which brings its high-speed low-pressure turbine, plus the first four stages of the high-pressure compressor.
Under the agreement, MTU will share in the design and manufacturing of Pratt & Whitney Canada's 10,000 pound thrust class engine, the 15-17,000 pounds thrust class Geared Turbofan engine for the Mitsubishi Regional Jet, and the 23,000 pound thrust class Geared Turbofan engine for the Bombardier CSeries.
Its Birmingham factory, of around 130 employees, will continue to supply pre-production development parts throughout 2004 until MTU launches full production at the end of the year.
Additionally, with access to hundreds of data services from Telseon's carrier, ISP, MSP, and other service provider customers, Everest can selectively tap into Telseon's IP Ecosystem to resell/bundle any of these services to its MTU small and medium-sized business customers.
using DSL as the last-mile technology connecting a building to a service provider is an appropriate and useful technology for hundreds of thousands of commercial multitenant units (MTUs) in regions where these buildings' tenants cannot be reached with local-loop DSL services.
"As an MTU provider, we need the flexibility and scalability to meet the diverse needs of our client base," said Bill Chen, director of systems integration for Everest.
Equipment suppliers have responded to the increased interest by offering new products aimed at MTU applications.
New spatial signal management technology can transmit signals over multiple copper pairs stretching from the CO to a DSLAM in an RT cabinet or a Multi Tenant Unit (MTU).
Copper Mountain Networks, Inc., (Nasdaq:CMTN), Palo Alto, a leading provider of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) equipment solutions for business and residential users, has introduced a new program to help its customers roll out DSL services in the fast-growing multi-tenant unit (MTU) marketplace.