e] is ideally
suited to testing the modulus of elastomers at high frequency.
, we should be able to map and stripe files on the SAN across the available storage devices, even if they don't have RAID capabilities.
The impact of recent government changes--market-driven relative value payments and DRG-based reimbursement--will ideally
bring some uniformity and reappraisal to the process.
We now have a strong, clear IP position, and are ideally
placed to become the world's leading supplier of miniature laser projection systems.
The 73S1217F is a single-chip PINpad smart card reader with power management features and USB and serial connectivity, ideally
suited for handheld PINpads, critical in e-banking and digital identification for corporate and government ID applications, and USB-connected peripherals.
The solution is ideally
suited for customers with cyclical traffic patterns, business continuity requirements or transactional accounting needs.
Innovative design is ideally
sized for high-volume minimally invasive implant procedures and provides continuous, broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity
associate professor of radiology and biomedical engineering at Case, and will be focused on assisting cancer scientists in identifying specific genes that are ideally
suited for molecular imaging and diagnosis improvement that will lead to earlier-stage treatments for cancer patients.
Beginning today, New York's landmark Jumeirah Essex House, ideally
situated on one of the city's most scenic and prestigious thoroughfares, Central Park South, offers all guests staying at the hotel the opportunity to experience a "room with a view" - whether it's "real" or "real-time.
European Telecom have also established and developed a number of new sales channels ideally
suited for prepay propositions.
XCode 2121 and 2111 are ideally
suited for handling high definition broadcast content and support a wide array of encryption and decryption technologies.
Experience suggests that a follow-on product should ideally
be introduced at least one to two years before the company's predecessor