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The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things" invokes medieval reliquaries to make sense of "smart" appliances.
Addressability registered the higher degree ever met in our center: we received an average of 20 phone calls/day.
The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things is at the Bluecoat from Saturday until April 14.
Aim: to analyze the type of pathology; to determine addressability degree of patients with different diseases; to evaluate periodic return of patients.
In respect of Cable Networks (Other Multi-System-Operators not undertaking up-gradation of networks towards digitalization and addressability and Local Cable Operators), the existing limit of 49 per cent foreign investment, under the automatic route, would continue.
Digitization, where the feed will be received through set-top boxes, is expected to be executed in phases and the four metros of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai have to shift to digital addressability by March 31, 2012.
The author's suggestion is that we should accept this principle about the addressability of obligations, but deny that the addressee of an obligation need be the subject of that obligation.
Our chief concern about DTH is digitisation with addressability.
Minoli and Kouns are leading security experts who are proficient in all aspects of IPv6 security, and they explain how this new technology will allow end-to-end device addressability that will lead to vital advances in cellular communications, PDAs, appliances, sensors and even biometric devices.
We propose a modern way to design and organize the algorithmic resources of Web applications in order to implement the REST architectural principles, which further leads to a better structuring of resources and to an increased degree of uniformity in resources addressability.
SAS offers many features not found in today's mainstream storage solutions such as drive addressability for up to 16,256 devices and reliable point-to-point serial connections (at first generation speeds) of up to 3.
Intel's new platform includes a variety of enterprise-class features such as PCI Express I/O, 64-bit addressability, DDR2 memory and software RAID.
The media, the marketer, and the audience will all benefit from time shifting, addressability, interactivity, and cross platform access.
The SAS standard defines a device-level enterprise storage interface incorporating SCSI command sets, serial point-to-point interconnections, dual porting, increased addressability and the ability to scale to small form factors.