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(computer science) a code for information exchange between computers made by different companies

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In 2010, E-Data generated a revenue of about CHF6 million (USD7m/EUR4.
E-data conceded that the activities were done by Musicnotes without knowledge of the Freeny Patents and were therefore not willful.
In the meantime, E-data seems to be pushing hard for quick settlements.
E-data Corporation and all the parties have agreed that the details of these settlement agreements are to remain confidential.
E-data conceded that the activities were done by Hal Leonard Corporation and Music Sales Limited without knowledge of the Freeny Patents and were therefore not willful.
MediaBay and E-Data will share in cash proceeds derived from the licensed markets, with MediaBay receiving the majority of the revenue.
Under the terms of this contingency type agreement, the companies will exchange blocks of options on their securities, and E-data will receive registered as well as restricted shares of Media Bay, in addition to the future revenue sharing component.
The new system features an open architecture based on proven, practical technologies that help ensure widespread adoption by customers at every level of the aftermarket," said Brent Berman, manager of e-data and digital marketing, North America, Federal-Mogul.
Vantage Point([R]), "E-discovery: Crafting an Effective Response to Electronic Record Requests" focuses on key risk control areas of identifying discoverable e-data, updating electronic information-handling procedures, and enhancing compliance with discovery requests while protecting patient privacy and organizational interests.
RVM's team of experts, including industry savvy consultants, top-flight project managers and seasoned support personnel can assist you with your most demanding discovery and e-data processing assignments.
These will now be augmented by PharmaLink's US clinical resources and global e-data management and biostatistical groups to provide clients with full service, turnkey, global research services.
The company's proprietary e-data processing software, eDataMatrix[TM], has been enhanced to increase throughput and capacity significantly.
CheckVision's e-Data Delivery suite provides banks with multiple options to deliver financial transaction data.