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the quality of being light enough to be carried

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From a single platform, the EAGLE 5 ISS performs key functions such as signal transfer, signaling gateway and number portability.
Nasdaq: EVOL), a leading provider of software solutions that enable the next generation of telecom and Internet services, today announced the introduction of its PortExchange(TM) software solution to assist wireless carriers in supporting number portability by adding pre-port validation to its existing suite of LNP products.
The Intrepid X delivers on-demand functionality, disaster recovery, system portability, complete change control, unattended active/passive fail-over, and interoperability with iSCSI or Fibre Channel SANs for RPM-based Linux environments.
March 29 /PRNewswire/ - Nortel Networks (NYSE: NT/TSE: NTL) and DSET Corporation (NASDAQ: DSET) today announced an agreement in which Nortel Networks will integrate and resell DSET's Local Service Management System (LSMS) as part of their end-to-end number portability (NP) solution.
com), a provider of mission-critical technology services, to support Syniverse's recent number portability agreement with Centennial Communications.
As the leader in next generation signaling, Nortel Networks has teamed with DSET Corporation -- an expert in number portability (NP) and OSS Interconnect Gateways solutions.
Devon IT today announced the availability of SafeBook[TM], the thin client notebook that enables secure, mobile computing, for healthcare professionals as a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant unit.
Number portability, or service provider portability in this case, represents a basic change in the way telephone numbers are administered," says Scott Schaefer, president -- BellSouth Interconnection Services.
It combines the benefits of tape - reliability, portability, archive life, and low cost - with the performance, speed, random access, and ease of use of hard disk technology, all at a competitive price.
The agreement represents Lockheed Martin's fourth local number portability contract, serving phone carriers in a total of 24 states, including seven of the nation's 10 largest metropolitan service areas.
Devon IT's SafeBook now adds mobility and portability, making desktop and laptop migration even more attractive.
Local number portability allows customers to retain their current telephone number when they switch their local telephone service to a new company.
The founding companies of the Numerical Mathematics Consortium -- which include INRIA, Maplesoft, Mathsoft recently acquired by PTC (Nasdaq:PMTC), and National Instruments (Nasdaq:NATI) -- established the organization in 2005 to create a specification that facilitates reuse and portability of numeric algorithms.
Number portability, the right of telephone users to retain their number when changing to another local telephone company, is a fundamental requirement for establishing fair and effective competition in Illinois' local telephone market.
Number portability is the policy that makes it possible for consumers to keep their phone numbers when they change service providers.