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The global defence budget for UAS procurement is expanding, and in the future the market for civilian UAVs is expected to outmatch that of the military.
When people face the prospect of spending decades in retirement, odds are inflation and expenses will outmatch shortsighted portfolio planning.
The game took a fast pace from the start, with neither team able to outmatch the other, resulting in 22-22 tie at the end of the first quarter.
US technology and financial services group General Electric Co (NYSE:GE) has been exploring a potential bid for Invensys to outmatch Schneider, but the US group's chief Jeff Immelt on Friday suggested his company would not enter the bidding race, the paper said.
Islamic institutions will have a pioneering role in the next few years in revitalising world Islamic finance due to their effective methods in attracting investments and will outmatch their conventional peers.
Al-Jahra coash Saud Al-Rabah's men did not succeed to outmatch Qadsia.
TT is extremely well-established in its space and has an outstanding executive team, with products that clearly outmatch the competition.
Compaq's industry-leading Internet technology and solutions clearly outmatch any of the other players in this field, so we are pleased to be able to strategically partner with an emerging leader such as TRIRIGA to provide a robust IT infrastructure, from hardware and software, to services that can scale TRIRIGA's business," said Leigh Morrison, Vice President of Compaq's West Region.
When looking for a solution that would enable our customers to connect to the Internet wirelessly, GTRAN's DotSurfer is a perfect fit for wireless Internet as it provides for the speeds that outmatch today's traditional wired modems.