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Lan

A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 1.8288 meters.

LAN

see LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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However, its installation procedure and infrastructural setup require huge investment which can hold back the voice over wireless LAN market growth during the forecast period.
However, Lan kept chasing the two and even successfully sabotaged their new relationships with Taiwanese men out of jealousy, when he learned they are about to get married.
The LAN power sensor is LXI-compliant and can be controlled via an Internet web browser or PC software.
According to Tellabs, its Optical LAN is a high-tech replacement for conventional copper-based Ethernet LANs.
Abdulla Hashim, Senior Vice President of ICT at Etisalat, said: "The new service addresses the growing importance of LAN reliability in customers' businesses.
The eco-patch10G LAN cable retains the existing characteristics of the eco-patch and eco-patch6, such as safety, an environmentally conscious design, PoE compatibility, and excellent wirability that makes it easy to work with.
Detras de esta fusion, que tiene rasgos de una compra encubierta de TAM por parte de LAN, existe una compleja operacion financiera que le permite a la familia Cueto y los accionistas de LAN controlar directa o indirectamente ambas aerolineas.
LAN's passenger and cargo businesses have recovered this year, following the global financial crisis and, locally, an earthquake that assailed central-southern Chile in February.
Key Stream Corporation, a supplier of wireless LAN chipsets, and Renesas Technology Corp, a provider of semiconductor system solutions, agreed on Friday (27 March) to transfer Key Stream Corporation's wireless LAN business to Renesas on 1 April, 2009.
In addition, they generally spent their entire lives physically connected to a single LAN.
"We have the ability to store 500 tons of flowers all at the same time," says Luis Carrasco, consignee sales manager at LAN Cargo.
"We cannot ignore the growing misuse of campus LAN systems or the toll this method of theft is taking on our industry," said RIAA President Cary Sherman.