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high tech

(high TECHnology) High tech refers to the latest advancements in computers and electronics as well as to the social and political environment and consequences created by such machines. Contrast with high touch.


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Terry Persinger, vice president of Goodyear's Engineered Products Division, said HighTech will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Goodyear Brazil, maintaining its current management structure.
HighTech Business Decisions is a market research firm with expertise in pharmaceutical drug discovery and biomanufacturing technologies.
With this strategic investment we further expand our global footprint, with the Netherlands as key strategic gateway to Europe , concludes Martijn Nielen, Director Hightech & Entertainment Netherlands at arvato SCM Solutions.
He said many countries of this region have achieved impressive export performance by focusing on hightech products share of which in world trade was on the rise, but share of hightech products in our exports basket could not move beyond 2 percent since 1980s.
The Saitama prefectural government is now investigating if Dowa Hightech appropriately outsourced the waste liquid treatment, officials said.
Electrical discharge equipment manufacturer Sodick Hightech made its debut on the Osaka Securities Exchange's Hercules market Wednesday, for the last initial public offering of this year.
This work was supported by Gakujyutsu-frontier cooperative research at Rakuno Gakuen University; the HighTech Research Center at Rakuno Gakuen University; a grant-in-aid for cooperative research from Rakuno Gakuen University (2003); and a grant-in-aid for scientific research (C) (14560272) from the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports, and Culture of Japan.
Once a fishing village, Tokyo is the epicenter of Japan's economy, where hightech electronic products, motor vehicles, office machinery, and chemicals are the major industries.
In a deal which provides Granada Television--one of the UK's largest independent television companies--ideal hightech office and production space, the company has just signed a 15,300-square foot lease for the top (ninth) floor at 609 Greeenwich Street.
By the decade's end, Japanese manufacturers struggle to sell their expensive, hightech products abroad.
It provides for a hightech, high-touch model of support services for students that will lead to higher student retention," said Guy Sievert, the college's vice president of academic and student affairs.
Rivers has experience working with manufacturers of electronic systems and subsystems, as well as other hightech equipment.