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Synonyms for converge

converge on something

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Synonyms for converge

to come together

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to direct toward a common center

Synonyms for converge

be adjacent or come together

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approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit

move or draw together at a certain location

come together so as to form a single product

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The company is building a platform of regionally-focussed Hybrid IT solutions providers to enhance the ability to provide multi-cloud solutions, blockchain, resiliency, and managed services, enabling Converge to address the business and IT issues that public and private-sector organisations face.
In August 2018, Converge also signed a five-year, $1.8 billion agreement to deploy a nationwide high-speed fiber broadband network with a group of foreign partners, which include South Korean incumbent KT Corp, Filipino-Korean venture LSI-Fibrenet Konstruk Corp.
Converge ICT is building infrastructure along with partners KT Corp.
Romero said the Converge Freedom IPTV can be likened to YouTube and Netflix because it has linear content that is streamed online.
Converge FREEDOM gives you access to premium channels perfect for whatever passion or interest you may have.
The business has been renamed Converge Print Management and has become the third business to make up the WAA group of companies, joining advertising agency WAA and database and marketing intelligence provider Send Marketing Solutions.
Converge is a leading global independent distributor for electronic components, technology products and supply chain services.
The result is said to be a series of nationality-based, parallel TPE supply chains that, for the moment, rarely converge. As TPE technology proliferates to the domestic Chinese compounders, and the transplant compounders broaden their grade slate to accommodate local tastes, quality, pricing and performance levels, the supply chains will converge to form an intensely competitive arena for TPE compounds.
So, instead of trying to converge two standards like that--where it'll still be complicated and difficult, in essence they're saying, "Why don't we just rip up the paper and get another one?"
The cross-fertilization that's going on is the result of an agreement between the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) to make their existing financial reporting standards compatible with each other to better respond to the complexity of the world's markets (See "The Urge to Converge," page 70).
If the systems provide a similar capability, the better option may be to converge to one.
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), together with our counterparts at the IASB, have embarked on a systematic program to converge standards.
Results show more than 27 percent of respondents have deployed a converged networking infrastructure, while 79 percent of businesses have converged or plan to converge the elements of their communications networks within five years.
But as the number of nodes increases, all curves converge to the asymptote [lim.sub.N[right arrow][infinity]] [n.sub.t] = ln 2 for r = 2, which is shown with a thin line in Fig.
The last key is to have the secondary rotate rather than converge, as shown in Diag.