A unique Victorian databank
that profiles children with hearing loss will help researchers globally understand why some children adapt and thrive, while others struggle.
's Veeam Cloud Connect solution allows for compliant offsite data replication from on-premise locations to the DataBank
cloud mitigating the risk of local storage or facility failure without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining offsite infrastructure.
This marks DataBank
's second data center in the Pittsburgh market and includes a long-term lease with PNC Bank, which will become the facility's anchor tenant.
In addition, DataBank
will implement a significant expansion and augmentation to the facility's power and cooling systems to accommodate additional tenants on the third floor and provide an incremental 25,000 of RSF and 2.75mw of 2N power.
He added that, 'I am sure that only good quality PhD graduates will be selected as per the universities selection board criteria.' The PhD Databank
, available on the HEC website, is a portal where PhDs get themselves registered.
The 2017 Companies Act requires that independent directors appointed under any law, rules, regulations or code are to be selected from a databank
containing names, addresses and qualifications of persons who are willing to act as independent directors maintained by an institute/body authorised by the SECP.
Accordingly, in January 2018, the SECP had notified the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance (PICG) for maintenance of such databank
. These regulations specify the manner and procedure of selection of independent directors from such databank
who fulfill the qualifications and other requirements.
comes with one factory-installed cable that supplies power to and communicates with Turner Designs' Cyclops sensors.
According to her, the Government adopted a special decree on creation of such a state databank
for children left without parental care in March 2010.
* Industries: Global Industries Databank
and Tourism Decision Metrics
covers only failures filed with courts.