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More Bio-Tech than High-Tech, they suggest their designers are well tuned to both the visible and invisible complexities of the age.
Our PhysOps XL software product is quickly gaining traction in this market because it enables our clients to successfully manage and control the operational risks, logistical complexities and administrative costs of commodity shipments anywhere in the world," said Peter F.
PhysOps XL is the global trading market's only next-generation software solution for managing the logistical and financial complexities of waterborne and overland commodity shipments.
The three complexities provide a useful high-level classification, but greater granularity was needed to guide discussions about specific complexities and their management.
The purpose of the CAT is to enable the early identification of complexities so that they can be managed to minimize their negative impact on the project and the team.
Examination of responses to early versions showed where different complexities had the same effect on the management task and so could be combined.
Second, the low cost per query achieved in the benchmark speaks to the cost-of-ownership advantages of scale-up, Microsoft- and Intel-based computing, which reduces the administrative and operational complexities associated with clustered server configurations.
The elimination of the complexities of manual, labor-intensive load balancing made possible by scaling up on the Unisys ES7000 contributed to the superior price/performance metric recorded in the benchmark.
Importantly, this image of "Sir Nose" conserves what Ralph Ellison understood as the fundamental ethics of what Neal calls the Black Public Sphere: a grounding in the complexities of experience through blues humor, and tolerance.
Storage virtualization creates logical volumes from physical disks, enabling volumes to be created across multiple heterogeneous physical devices in a way that gives data center storage architects and administrators independence from the complexities of dealing with the idiosyncrasies of proprietary storage arrays.
As a result, applications can be built without focusing design resources on the complexities of the underlying telephone network.
the leading provider of commodity trading systems designed to reduce transaction costs, increase efficiencies, and measure and monitor market risk, today announced the launch of PhysOps XL, the global trading market's only next-generation software solution for managing the logistical and financial complexities of waterborne and overland commodity shipments.
PhysOps XL gives commodity importers, exporters, producers, refiners, manufacturers, distributors, and global traders the tools they need to manage the complexities of moving both bulk and packaged commodities by sea-going vessel, barge, truck, railcar, and pipeline.
The company's Accelerators take Application Traffic Management to the next level by employing a modular and intelligent application architecture that eliminates complexities associated with traditional traffic management solutions.