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Zero Time

Describing a small task that managers consider to take no time. The term is especially used when managers assign several zero time tasks, which in fact can be time consuming.
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The whole idea behind zero-time space is that you can occupy almost immediately and get out in as short a time as possible," explains Sims, a professor of facility planning and management in the Department of Design and Environmental Analysis.
Innovative workplace strategies like zero-time space are the focus of IWSP, which is funded by organizations from both the private and public sectors in North America, Europe, and Japan.
Choosing zero-time space construction left Abn/Amro in an ideal position.
Zero-Time Sync - a one gigabyte, 10,000 file workspace takes approximately one second to populate, allowing tools to run immediately.
Turnkey systems include InterWet technology for coinjection of fiberglass reinforcement or fillers in the mixhead; CannOxide for the production of liquid carbondioxide-blown molded foams; CarDio for liquid-carbon-dioxide blown slabstock foams; Duotec for low-density SRIM and RRIM door panels; Zero-Time Change fixtures, drum units, Paternosters, Car Trak systems, and laminators for rigid and appliance foams; Stratotec for headliners; Insotec for sound absorption applications; and Capsotec for window encapsulation.
Providing hierarchical traffic engineering tools that enable carriers to build logical service networks, the VivaESP makes zero-time provisioning a reality for carriers' service networks.
The SVM platform supports a host of Storage Applications which further enhance the effectiveness of the solution and are key enablers for meeting such user needs as zero-time, Server Free and LAN Free backup, implementation of disaster recovery strategies and the like.
Turnkey systems include InterWet applications, which require fiberglass reinforcement or mixing with fillers; b2G Plus for gasketing applications; CannOxide for the production of liquid carbon dioxide blown molded foams; CarDio for liquid carbon dioxide blown slabstock foams; Duotec for low-density SRIM and RRIM door panels; Zero-Time Change fixtures, drum units, Paternosters, Car Trak systems, and laminators for rigid and appliance foams; Stratotec for headliners; Insotec for sound absorption applications and Capsotec for window encapsulation.
Turnkey systems include Capsotec for window encapsulation, Insotec for sound absorption, Stratotec for headliners, Compotec for SRIM, Rotoflex for flexible foam, Rimmodule for RRIM and polyurea, Zero-Time Change for appliance cabinet, laminators, and drum units.
Turnkey specifications include Capsotec (window) encapsulation, Insotec (sound absorption), Stratotec (headliners), Compotec (SRIM solutions), Rotoflex (flexible foam), Rimmodule (RRIM, polyurea), Zero-Time Change (appliance cabinet), laminators, drum units, and other systems.
Extending the Catalyst family, Tiger shares the same high throughput zero-time DSP architecture, IMAGE(TM) software, and state-of-the-art analog instruments and extends the Catalyst family to 1024 digital pins.
Extending the Catalyst Family, Tiger shares the same high throughput zero-time DSP architecture, IMAGE software and state-of-the-art analog instruments and extends the Catalyst Family to 1024 digital pins.