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Synonyms for accelerator

a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine

(chemistry) a substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected

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GXS Accounting Package Accelerators are the result of the company's technology partnership with eBRIDGE Software Inc., a maker of accounting integration solutions.
CERN's largest project to date is a particle accelerator. Based on the collaboration of more then 6,000 scientists around the world, it will cost more than $3 billion and will be finished in 2007.
Whereas previous experiments demonstrated the principle behind wakefield accelerators, the energy of the electrons wasn't uniform enough for precision research, says Wim P.
As discussed for Exchange servers, iSCSI initiator accelerators that provide full iSCSI and TCP/IP offload can be used to expedite data across the network to iSCSI targets holding the Exchange data.
Microsoft Office Solution Accelerators are a series of programs developed and distributed by Microsoft that extend the basic functionality of standard office applications like Microsoft Word and Excel.
"With the ACCELERATORs, the DOI has been able to eliminate T1 links while gaining more WAN capacity, with a significantly better cost structure.
"Two linear accelerators were purchased as a result of tender: one will be launched for operation, the second will be in the reserve," he said.
Post the Hajj Hackathon, organised by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones, KACST launched the "Haramain Technology Accelerator" in collaboration with a number of strategic partners -- which includes the the Doyof Alrahman Program, and the Small & Medium Enterprises General Authority "Monsha'at".
Kanjilal, Director, IUAC for the technical co-operation and said that the table top machine provided a good introduction to accelerators and associated instrumentation for students who would now have access to a unique and versatile tool for scientific study.
At the same time that they face increasing external competition, corporate accelerators must compete with internal programs and other open innovation initiatives for a share of the company's innovation resources and attention.
The company noted the number of users of its NUGU service has also increased rapidly, reaching 3 million a month in the first quarter of this year According to a report issued in March by US market researcher Tractica, the scale of the global market of AI chipsets including AI accelerators is expected to be about $66 billion in 2025.
Insurtech accelerators typically operate as independent businesses with revenues from corporate members, receive fees or equity from their startups or are affiliated with a single carrier.
The Tel Aviv accelerator is powered by American seed accelerator, TechStars, which operate 34 accelerators around the world.