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ATA

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Antarctica. The code is used for international shipping to Antarctica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Henri Inzelberg, VP Marketing, IDE Technologies Ltd, t: +972-9-892-9791, henrii@ide-tech.
The Navigator IDE is the "cockpit" that enables all of the views of these powerful silicon-based debug features.
As soon as a remote action is required, such as compilation, debugging or execution, the IDE automatically connects to the remote machine, synchronizes the files when necessary, and performs the action.
To address the demand for these types of high volume consumer electronic products and to provide increased flexibility for designers of these systems, we have expanded the functionality of our IDE companion device so that our customers can design for both HDD and optical drives simultaneously.
The support of the fastest ATA133 also ensures the highest data throughput when connect to any IDE hard drive.
This USB to IDE / SATA Bridge is the perfect tool for any person that works with computers," stated Frank Gabrielli, President of Granite Digital.
SCORE(R) is a mixed-language, object-oriented IDE for developing and deploying safety-critical applications.
Both the Toolkit and the Mobility IDE are compatible with other IDEs and device emulators, allowing developers to expand the environment to whatever their specific needs require.
On February 8 we announced our plan to return Borland to profitability and growth by divesting our IDE product lines and increasing our focus on ALM," said Tod Nielsen, president and CEO of Borland.
Now, Ada and mixed Ada/C/Embedded C++ applications developed using the SCORE(R) IDE can run in real time on Windows systems equipped with RTX.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cloud9 IDE (http://c9.