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Intercast

An earlier technology from Intel for broadcasting HTML content via the vertical blanking interval (VBI) of a TV signal. Data were transmitted at a maximum of 10.5KBytes/sec in 10 of the 45 lines of the VBI. Requirements for the consumer were an Intercast TV board for the PC or set-top box for the TV. See TV board.
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The track detectors CR-39 available from Intercast Europe SpA via Natta 10/a 43100 Parma Italy (curing time 32 h, thickness 0.
Under the agreement, Essilor also acquired 100 percent of the capital of Intercast, a high-performance sun-lens manufacturer based in Parma, Italy.
4bn) deal was agreed in late July 2013 and also includes the purchase of PPG's Italian optical sunlens business Intercast Europe srl.
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The transaction also includes the acquisition of the high-performance sun lens supplier, Intercast.
The transaction also includes the acquisition of Intercast, a leading supplier of sun lenses.
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Various holder collimators with different heights are used to normally irradiate the INTERCAST CR-39 in air by [alpha]- particles [10].
Established in Itauna, Brazil (60 km west of Belo Horizonte; located in the heart of Brazil's iron ore mining region) in 1997 by the Brazilian firm CMM Participacoes and Arkansas-based RKC Properties, Intercast knows that its country's currency value, raw material availability and low-cost labor are the main reasons why U.
ACIPCO's evolution with its core product lines and recent acquisitions of American Castings LLC in Pryor, OK, and Intercast SA, a Brazilian foundry, has allowed it to manufacture products for the water works, energy and capital goods markets.