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P2P

Business slang, usually used in reference to startups or internet startup,refers to "path to profitability.".

P2P

1. Path to profitability. A loan to a start-up or other new company from a source other than a financial institution. A lender often charges high interest in a P2P loan. This provides the borrower with financing needed to maintain operations until it becomes profitable. See also: Angel investor.

2. Informal for a business plan, especially for a new company or a dot-com.
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The first point-to-point in connection with the Lady Curre Hunt was held at Uphill Farm near Chepstow in 1939 and to celebrate the occasion an RAF pilot gave a daring display of aerobatics over the course.
As a point-to-point architecture with hot-plug and hot-swap support, PCIe is software-compatible with PCI and PCI-X to simplify next-generation serial computing system designs.
Arthur Shone, spokesman for the North West area point-to-point, said: ``The Jockey Club's decision to award each meeting pounds 3, 000 should buffer the immediate effects of the ban.
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Test instruments which can monitor traffic related to all the components in a bus will be able to monitor only the traffic related to the end points in a point-to-point connection.
50 p&p is available from The Point-to-Point Racing Company Ltd, Weatherbys, Sanders Road, Wellingborough, Northants,NN8 4BX or info@point-to-pointracingcompany.
The news came following a meeting of the Jockey Club's point-to-point liaison committee.
In order to accomplish the scalability required for large storage systems using point-to-point connections, the ability to cost-effectively integrate multiple-ported serial connections on a single VLSI device is required.
the company is a pioneer in point-to-point and point-to-multipoint systems in the unlicensed and licensed frequency bands.
FORMER West Wales point-to-point secretary Cynthia Higgon, who has recently handed over the reins to Beverley Thomas after 40 years in the position, has certainly earned the sobriquet Mrs Point-to-Point.
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