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Rt

On a ticker or in a newspaper listing of stocks, a symbol indicating a transaction involving a right rather than a specific security. See also: Warrant.

rt

Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the transaction of a right: AEP rt 50s 1/4 .

rt

Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a listing for rights. No dividend, yield, or price-earnings ratio is listed for a right because dividends are not paid and earnings are not applicable: ContIl rt.
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The Macintosh on RISC SDK, Macintosh with PowerPC Starter Kit, the Programmer's Introduction to RISC and PowerPC and Metrowerk's CodeWarrior Gold are available worldwide and can be ordered through APDA, Apple's source for developer tools.
NEC's joint development efforts with MIPS Technologies will make the T5 processor the leading RISC engine in desktop and server systems in the future," said Dr.
Windows NT combines the power of an advanced operating system with the ease of use and application compatibility of Windows(TM) and the MIPS RISC architecture is ideal for driving PCs running Windows NT," said Paul Maritz, senior vice president, systems division at Microsoft Corp.
Silicon Graphics offers the only binary-compatible products ranging from desktop workstations starting at under $10,000 to RISC supercomputing systems.
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The IBM RISC System/6000 line represents IBM's UNIX RISC-based mid- range systems.
In addition to providing an abundance of storage capacity, mDiskOnChip G3 augments the low cost, extreme reliability and high performance that our customers have come to expect," said Joe Cheng, director of Advantech's RISC Embedded Computing Division.
The annual subscription fee for Wang's RISC Series Mobile Recovery Service is $6,500.
As a combined 32-bit RISC/DSP processor, the ARCtangent-A5 delivers greater performance than a stand-alone RISC processor, while at the same time consuming less power than other combined RISC/DSP solutions, making it a cost-efficient, solution-of-choice for consumer electronics applications.
The new MIPS RISC processor is the only front-running RISC processor supplied by multiple commercial sources.