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Lan

A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 1.8288 meters.

LAN

see LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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is a cargo airline with a fleet of 115 in-service aircraft that operates out of Wilmington, Ohio, and 18 hubs throughout the United States.
Understanding how the enterprise data hub model works starts with a look at its three core pillars: a master identity (one source of truth), active data quality services and continued synchronization with data sources.
McGreevey said, "The World Trade Center Transportation Hub will make a statement to the world: The people of this region are undaunted in the face of the forces of evil.
We are very pleased that STMicroelectronics is working with Intel to supply Firmware Hubs to our 800 Series Hub Architecture chipset customers," said Gidu Shroff, Vice-President for Intel's Technology & Manufacturing Group.
Our partners at Coburn recognize the growth prospects presented by HUB and we are ready to capitalize on all opportunities presented to us," Light said.
With this capability, protocol analysis can be performed at varying levels, starting at the network level and working down to the hub, module, port and finally to the actual Ethernet address," said Gaston.
Cypress used this same IP in the recently introduced EZ-USB([R]) HX2LP controller, one of the lowest power hub controllers in the market.
A key part of the relationship between the two companies is the integration of the VIVID Ridge technology into the Infinity Hub.
Hub Ontario has approximately 300 employees operating from 12 offices across Ontario, providing home, auto, life and commercial insurance, group benefits and other insurance and wealth management-related products and services.
Cohen, president and chief executive officer of HUB Northeast.
This acquisition launches Hub International's presence in the Southeast and allows HUB Fortun to expand its product and service offerings to area businesses and individuals.
This partnership demonstrates the interoperability of SMSC's high-performance USB hub products, including the recently announced SMSC USB MultiSwitch(TM) Hub (USB2524), with Staccato's single-chip all-CMOS Ripcord(TM) Wireless USB Device Wire Adapter solution.