After an exhaustive analysis, Macrosoft's professional research team has concluded the Internet is slowing down at an

exponential rate due to the rise of social media's bit proliferation clogging the digital pathways.

However, these contributors are not likely to continue to grow at

exponential rates.

Combinatorial chemistry has increased production within the pharmaceutical industry at an

exponential rate, and this textbook for chemistry and pharmaceutical students and researchers explains the automated sample preparation and analysis that is required to process these advances.

Mark Chadwick, chief executive of Professionaliverpool, said: "As China's economy continues to expand and develop, the demand for financial and professional services is increasing at an

exponential rate, and so is the call for information from our members in the lead-up to Shanghai Expo 2010.

The media in India has been expanding at an

exponential rate with new television channels, magazines and newspapers debuting on an almost monthly basis.

Samir Jradat, Executive Director at SDC stated: "this project will increase the efficiency of the main site expected to grow at an

exponential rate according to the latest international standards, which will guarantee high-end services and unequivocal service-provision to the public.

COTTM has been growing at an

exponential rate since its launch.

Since its creation, GenBank has grown at an

exponential rate, doubling in size every 18 months.

Enterprises are creating data and consuming power at an

exponential rate, driving up IT cost and complexity," Michael Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell said in a statement.

As business data continues to grow at an

exponential rate, and pervasive regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, and the Patriot Act compel organizations to store data longer, archiving presents a meaningful solution for dealing with DR and operational challenges.

Brooks examines the allure of the phallic woman, a textual figure that seems to be multiplying at an

exponential rate in popular culture and even scholarly literature since the late nineteenth to the present century.

Multiples, reproducing at their current

exponential rate, are heading for ubiquity.