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a mountain in the central Himalayas on the border of Tibet and Nepal

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In 1856, the height of Peak XV was recorded at 29,002 feet.
I have spent a fitful night, tossing and turning in the Peak XV Lodge, feeling as nervous as a kitten.
Peak XV is named Everest, in honour of Sir George Everest, the surveyor general of India from 1830 to 1843.
We have already invested $1 million so far in the Indian subsidiary to train about 200 skilled engineers in CCNA and CCNP for locating them at our project sites, mostly in the US and Europe," said Ashok Murthy, co-founder and president of Peak XV.
Until then, the British in India called it Peak XV.
Wong has also held executive financial positions at Peak XV Networks and Hewlett Packard.
But it wasn't until 1856 that Waugh, in a letter to the Asiatic Society of Bengal, proposed that at 29,002 feet (8,840m) Peak XV in the Nepalese Himalaya was the world's highest mountain.
Nelson's experience includes senior sales management roles with NEC Business Network Solutions, Peak XV Networks, and Crown Equipment.
Nelson's experience includes senior sales management roles with Network Intelligence, NEC, Crown Equipment, and Peak XV Networks, where he established multi-million-dollar contracts with companies such as IGC, MSN Hotmail, Logitech, Mentor Graphics, and SBC Communications.
Before joining Counterpane, Paul was president and CEO of Peak XV Networks, a global network management and engineering firm.