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Block Order Exposure System

Also called BLOX. A computerized system on the SEAQ allowing institutional investors and London Stock Exchange members' clients to trade large blocks of securities. BLOX reduces the time and expense of working through a broker-dealer. See also: SOES, Small order automatic execution facility.
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Unique to Blox, the platform's network hosts a dedicated Dash node which increases the ease of integrating Dash into the Blox platform.
MARTA awarded DC BLOX a multi-year contract based on an open bid process.
"With our launch of BLOX OTT, we now provide another tool for our partners to do just that through dedicated and branded OTT channels and exciting new marketing opportunities such as branded native videos."
The huge array of options, which also include multiplayer-specific games like castle siege and air hockey, make "Boom Blox" the system's best party game since "Wii Sports."
Blox thermoplastic resins are used commercially in several specialty applications, including powder coatings.
"They were pretty popular," says Burlingame of the Luria Blox, "because they did improve melting yield and improved the chemistry by reducing the presence of copper and other contaminants."
This system makes use of specialized equipment to first injection-mould a PET preform and then, on the same platen, over-inject a single layer of the proprietary Blox material.
AlphaBlox has just shipped the first collection of blox components, a five-object set of desktop tools called OfficeBlox (list price $69.95).
DC BLOX, a multi-tenant data center provider delivering the infrastructure and connectivity essential to power today's digital business, has announced the official launch of its Channel Partner program, the company said.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 20, 2019-DC BLOX initiates channel partner program
1 May 2019 - US-based multi-tenant data centre partner DC BLOX has acquired Ploid, a provider of storage infrastructure as a service for independent research institutions, life sciences and genomic sequencing organisations, the company said.
Infoblox (NYSE: BLOX) delivers actionable network intelligence to enterprise, government, and service provider customers around the world.