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non-proprietary

Referring to the name assigned by the United States Adopted Name Council (USAN) once a compound has demonstrated some therapeutic efficacy, and has been recognised as the drug’s official name.
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As PureSpectrum has established relationships with international manufacturers and engineers to adapt its proprietary technologies to be compatible with the mass manufacturing process, the company has been exposed to several non-proprietary technologies and products which are consistent with the company's product lines.
With over 1,300 staff members headquartered in Boston and San Diego, LPL offers non-proprietary investment products, unbiased research and wealth management services to retail clients and the clients of its 400 financial institutions through more than 6,700 advisors nationwide, and is currently among the largest providers of third-party brokerage services to financial institutions in the country.
The proposed non-proprietary methodology will allow IP vendors to create a single version of the encrypted data that can be used by tools from multiple EDA vendors.
The transaction also enables Prudential to build and enhance its relationships with Allstate's non-proprietary Broker Dealer Division channel including a number of major, national wirehouses and regional securities firms.
ISMA achieves this by providing the industry with technical specifications based on non-proprietary and existing standards, testing solutions that enable multi-vendor, multi-platform interoperability and a product conformance program.
The Trusted Network Connect's open and standards-based non-proprietary architecture leverages a number of established and emerging standards from IEEE and the IETF including IEEE 802.

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