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A unit of length equivalent to four inches. It is used in the sale and use of horses.
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concludes with a case study of one well-documented use of the hand off,
In Part III, I describe how the hand off interacts with current
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The PeerPoint SIP-to-SIP gateway is the first product of its kind that allows carriers to hand off voice calls to other carriers over an IP network link without losing control over arriving and departing traffic flows.
Blast Prototype enables logic designers to analyze and improve the quality of the RTL they hand off to the downstream tool, which results in a predictable path to timing closure and a shorter design cycle.
This allows the designer to hand off the design with confidence that performance estimates generated by Blast Prototype will be achieved by Magma's IC implementation solution.
These zones are different from other WIFI hotspots in that they offer web services using technology that enables a seamless hand off between wireless devices and WLAN.
As a national wireless and Internet broadband reseller operating for five years in the telecommunications industry, its exclusive license to resell Calypso Wireless ASNAP(TM) technology solves problems inherent to seamless hand offs between cellular and wireless networks.
This capability allows service technicians to verify whether a phone can properly hand off calls between the GSM and DCS networks.
The Global Media network employs a private frame relay network to ensure data integrity from the point of broadcast to local hand off at a customer's ISP.
We can then hand off to our network design team, hand off again to our implementation team and again to our management services team.
As a distributor and global leader of broadband wireless web services technology, its exclusive license to resell Calypso Wireless ASNAP(TM) technology solves problems inherent to seamless hand offs between cellular and wireless networks.