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Asset Valuation Reserve

The assets that a company is required to maintain in order to pay unexpected liabilities should they arise. Banks, for example, are required to keep a reserve ratio of deposits to protect against a bank run. Likewise, insurance companies must keep an asset valuation reserve (which is set by the NAIC) to be able to pay an unusually large number of claims.
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Leveraging Nearly 30 Years of Aerospace Experience, Atmel ATmegaS128 AVRs Deliver Space-Grade Quality MCUs Including Latch-Up Immunity, Ceramic Packaging and Extended Temperature Range for Next-Generation of Space Applications
The three Harman Kardon AVR 1x1s deliver a powerful audio experience, as well as an energy-efficient design.
However, owing to its use in these large cohorts with patients comprising a wide range of risks and underlying pathology (such as hypertension, heart disease and diabetes mellitus) it became evident that AVR was not an ideal marker for risk prediction of most cardiovascular pathologies, including coronary heart disease, stroke, myocardial infarction and the presence of carotid disease.
To provide a platform for the AVR community, the company launched its global AVR Hero design contest back in September, encouraging contestants to submit videos of creative designs based on Atmel s AVR MCUs.
For those looking to take their entertainment to the next level, the AVR 2650 and AVR 3650 can power 7.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CES 2015-- HARMAN, the premium global audio, infotainment and enterprise automation group (NYSE:HAR), introduces its enhanced Harman Kardon AVR 1x1 Series with the additions of Spotify Connect in all models and HDMI 2.
This extension of the QTouch Library allows Atmel to offer our superior touch technology for a full range of AVR and a selection of AVR32 UC3 devices.
UPPSALA, Sweden -- IAR Systems today announced the availability of software development tools for Atmel's 32-bit AVR UC3C family of microcontrollers that feature an extended instruction set capable of hardware-accelerated floating point arithmetic.
Since its initial launch in 2002, Atmel's megaAVRs, the company's most popular 8-bit AVR MCUs on the market today, can be found in hundreds of millions of applications.
Using the superior AVR CPU the ATtiny10 provides six times the performance of any other similar sized microcontroller in the market.