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NEC

abbreviation for necrotizing enterocolitis.

NEC

Abbreviation for:
necrotising enterocolitis
necrosis
neuroendocrine carcinoma
neuroendocrine cell
nonesterified cholesterol
not elsewhere classified 
Nursing Ethics Committee

NEC

Symbol for
2. Nonesterified cholesterol.

Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC)

A disorder in newborns caused by bacterial or viral invasion of vulnerable intestinal tissues.
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Packard Bell NEC has tried hard to complete its turnaround.
Alain Couder, chairman, president and CEO of Packard Bell NEC, will work closely with Fromont and Cooke to complete the North American restructuring and the transition of the commercial business to the new company through the end of the year.
We're pleased that Softlink products will be brought to Packard Bell NEC Europe's large customer base, with a the focus on consumer/home computer users," said William Yuan, CEO of Softlink.
Packard Bell NEC Europe delivers computer-based technologies through retail channels.
Through newly enhanced information systems Packard Bell NEC has complete visibility at all times as to the progress of the exchange.
Our decision to outsource our monitor exchange with Intexo is a further and very significant step in our strategy, enabling us to focus on driving our core business forward," says Steven Simpson, Director Field Service Delivery, Packard Bell NEC.
NEC Computer Systems Division is a division of Sacramento, California-based Packard Bell NEC, Inc.
Developed jointly by Packard Bell NEC, Lycos and UUNET, Urocket gives consumers easy, affordable and personalized Internet access, with additional enhancements including heightened levels of parental control and direct access to online PC technical support.
Home and small office/home office computer users longing for the latest technology and advanced performance will delight in the introduction of three new NEC Ready brand PCs, available from Packard Bell NEC Inc.