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IDM

(1) See identity management.

(2) (Integrated Device Manufacturer) A company that performs every step of the chip-making process, including design, manufacture, test and packaging. Examples of IDMs are Intel, AMD, Motorola, IBM, TI and Lucent. See fabless and foundry.
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Under this contract IDM will provide non-emergency response remediation services.
Tim Coburn, IDM President, points out, "Since PCMS was based on DMIS and CDIS, which are used by blood centers, some of the new functionality developed for PCMS will also benefit these customers in future revisions.
IDM is increasingly being used outside the enterprise to manage specific employee, contractor, partner and customer usage of systems.
It's definitely an honor to be selected as the manufacturer of the largest member of the family of IDMs by the U.
The IDM V304 is not only fully compatible with the Tactical Internet; it can also transmit and receive the full spectrum of Joint Variable Message Format (JVMF) messages and interconnects the military's major networks in both maneuver and fire support.
Jade expects to exercise promptly the option granted to it in the merger agreement to purchase additional shares of IDM common stock at US$2.
Tom Bates, Director of IDM Group and Managing Director of Lime Rock Partners, added, "As IDM continues to serve new and existing customers with drilling systems and new products, having the right leadership in place is crucial to providing the best products to our international customers.
Army Aviation, IDM Technology is deployed on several foreign platforms worldwide.
IDM Pharma (IDM) is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of innovative products that activate the immune system to treat cancer.
Third sentence of boilerplate should read: Founded in 1994, IDM is the fastest-growing direct mail company in the U.
The additional data that IDM has committed to obtain will provide information on the pharmacokinetic behavior of the IDM-manufactured product when administered in the clinical setting.