Geneva system

Geneva system

[jə¦nē·və ′sis·təm]
(organic chemistry)
An international system of nomenclature for organic compounds based on hydrocarbon derivatives; names correspond to the longest straight carbon chain in the molecule.
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AduroNet intends to use the Geneva system to bill for the services it will provide to customers.
Advent's Geneva system positions us in such a way that we can expertly manage funds while having access to the scalability and technology we need.
E[acute accent]Forte's operations management software - known as the Geneva system - is a comprehensive platform for airline operations and crew management planning, tracking and compliance requirements.
The standardized platforms of the GENEVA system help ensure the production of high quality products and are designed specifically for the manufacturing environment.
As test requirements change, the GENEVA system can be upgraded and modified to suit any product verification needs, maximizing return on investment and quickly delivering quality products to the market.
The flexible architecture of GenRad's GENEVA system and ENCOMPASS allows the solution to expand as Lucent's operations and needs expand and change.
GenRad's GENEVA systems will be used to perform functional testing on Lucent's corded and cordless telecom products.
Jim Westphalen, head of TI's Horizontal Technology Test Equipment Organization commented, "GenRad's GENEVA system furnished the best solution for TI's defense test hardware platform and it can be used on all of our projects.
Cisco's network of global electronics manufacturers have installed 24 GENEVA systems to date.
Cisco's selection of our GENEVA systems is a testament to the quality and value-add capabilities that we deliver with our leading-edge solutions.
GenRad's GENEVA systems will be used to perform functional testing across Cabletron's technologies and will be deployed throughout Cabletron's worldwide manufacturing facilities.
The Pioneer system has less wear and tear on the film prints than does claw and pulldown geneva systems in use virtually everywhere else.