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real-time

1. Pert. to technologies that report or record events and processes as they happen; said, e.g., of imaging procedures that take moving pictures rather than static images of body structures.
2. Pert. to computer systems that analyze data at the same rate as data is received, allowing automatic control of a process.
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ACT plans to work with the ACORD-User Groups Information Exchange, or AUGIE, an organization of user group leaders, and other interested industry groups to further investigate the potential real-time applications, said Treutel.
Covelight's products provide real-time, identity-based monitoring of critical online applications.
Through real-time interface, which is based on the ACORD XML standard, an agency system prompts for a data field and then asks the company system to apply its editing rules and send back an approval or an error message.
This press release contains forward-looking statements, including those relating to the expansion of Wind River's real-time technology expertise and the broadening of the company's market opportunity and the expected availability and benefits to customers of combining and integrating RTLinux technology and Wind River's market-leading Linux device software programs.
The essence of being a real-time company is to improve productivity and service, while reducing costs.
FSMLabs products are designed for reliability and simplicity of operation, thus by combining the best-in-class enterprise operating systems of Linux and BSD, with FSMLabs' responsive hard real-time threading, scheduling, networking and virtualization technology (RTCore), technology companies can develop, deploy and deliver to market unbeatable robust, secure and performance products on-time and under budget.
Applied Biosystems developed the StepOne System to enable a broader range of life scientists to experience the benefit of real-time PCR based upon their specific laboratory environment and research objectives," said Mark Stevenson, president of Applied Biosystems molecular and cell biology division.
Customers interested in real-time business intelligence solutions and seamless workload migrations from expensive proprietary database environments to Ingres, can get started by contacting Ingres at (877) 346-4737 or sales@ingres.
The first single-kernel, real-time Linux distribution (RedHawk) in 2002
This enables real-time event correlation, a task previously unachievable, but highly desired.
StreamBase will use Covelight's Inflight Intelligence Engine[TM] (IIE), based on Covelight's revolutionary CTF architecture, to extend its real-time event processing footprint via an integrated event stream adapter.
PITTSBURGH -- Basic support for real-time Linux features is now available in the 2.

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