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AVS

AVS

(1) See Alexa Voice Service.

(2) (Audio Video Coding Standard) A video compression technique developed by Chinese companies and supported by the Chinese government. Expected to provide better compression than MPEG-2, AVS was created to avoid paying royalties to the MPEG licensors, which are outside of China. See MPEG LA and EVD.
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Contract awarded for the email address validation service provides onile verification of the email address for a school student parent or other student contact.
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