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databank

a collection of information on a specific topic, such as consumer purchases, which is added to over time.
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KYOCERA Document Solutions America, one of the worlds leading document solutions companies, today announced the acquisition of DataBank IMX.
The databanks on the new platform, which launched in early 2013, provide information on some 190 countries, 100 industries, and 2,600 cities or regions.
Islamabad, June 26(ANI): Despite repeated claims by Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik that all possible counter terrorism measures are being taken by authorities, the government is yet to formulate a consolidated databank on terrorists.
DNA databanks are premised on statistics indicating that individuals convicted of a serious violent offense often commit other violent offenses that leave behind incriminating DNA.
Mediametrie has integrated Israel into its international databank, Eurodata TV.
This report represents the results of the research into public invitation to tender (ITT) databanks in Germany.
The new models of Databanks with twelve 1 TB drives have a recommended list price of US$35,900.
Data Protection: RAIGE eliminates the need and expense of replicating data across Databanks while still protecting against a drive, network or Databank failure.
The BioRS system ensures security within a distributed environment, allowing safe data sharing between members of a large working group using databanks integrated at multiple locations.
PITTSBURGH -- The FBI's National DNA Index System (NDIS) has approved Cybergenetics' TrueAllele([R]) Databank expert system for convicted offender profiles.
To facilitate data sharing between members of a large working group, databanks integrated at any location can be accessed by users at other locations.
Our clients have come to depend on us for this unique offering, as there is no other product on the market as detailed and fresh as our dataBanks.