Currently, artemisinin is laboriously and expensively
extracted from Artemisia annua, a medicinal plant grown primarily in China, Vietnam, and parts of Africa.
Another 50 percent of members must endure a long wait and/or high expense while the locksmith has to tear apart a steering column or car door to obtain information needed to replace the key - information that could easily be provided in a secure manner that would allow the locksmith to quickly and less expensively
make a new key.
MONTREAL -- "We handle high data rates faster, better and less expensively
than any competing technology - and by quite a bit"
By combining specialized software with the flexibility, speed, and ubiquity of Ethernet, Nimbus solutions offer enterprise-grade reliability and data management capabilities far less expensively
and with much greater simplicity than traditional alternatives.
At the most basic level, Quintum's trunking solutions can help branches and campus environments to communicate less expensively
LEIF allows companies to use existing applications and systems to create new service-oriented applications in less time and integrate disparate systems faster and less expensively
, thereby eliminating the need to rewrite existing business logic contained in legacy applications.
The expected result is the ability to bring products to market faster and less expensively
The products and services we offer enable Filipinos in our home country and around the world to communicate easily and less expensively
than ever before.
In many situations, the Telkonet system can be implemented more quickly and less expensively
than adding dedicated wiring or installing a wireless system.
TranSwitch's TEPro(TM) (TXC-06830), a public-switched telephone network (PSTN) device, combined with Octasic's OCT8304 packetization engine and OCT6100 series echo canceller, allows OEMs to implement a gateway's voice-plane functionality quickly and less expensively
The Exchange helps develop IC products faster, better and less expensively
, thereby reducing the development cycle.
A one-to-many broadcast technology, such as DMB, provides a broadband pipe of multimedia services that the one-to-one approach of 3G can only provide in small numbers and expensively