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NLB

(Network Load Balancing) A clustering technology developed by Microsoft for Windows 2000 Advanced Server. This software-scaling technology spreads client requests among a group of servers linked together to support a particular application. Client requests are routed to the least-busy server for processing. As client load increases, additional servers can be added to share the load.
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NLB Tutunska banka has been awarded for the 8th time the Best Macedonian Bank award from the prestigious financial magazine Banker.
NLB decided to scale back its operations in a number of European countries, including Bulgaria, at the end of last year as part of a strategy to improve capital strength ahead of the EU banking stress tests.
The government and its affiliated companies hold 48 percent of the unlisted NLB.
Aggressive media campaigns have helped NLB Skladi maintain its market presence and reach out to the investors," says Frost & Sullivan research analyst Kavitha Chakravarthy.
Customers who already have an NLB 225 unit can add the 40,000 psi capability with a conversion kit instead of buying a new unit.
5 NLB and GS-1 NLB treatments had a mean net N mineralisation of 280 and 457 kg N/ha, respectively, while the incorporated 1-NLBAR granulated biosolid treatment (GI) had a net N mineralisation of 295 kg N/ha, much higher than the mean result for the control, which was 26 kg N/ha.
The RNIB and the NLB joined forces in January to form a single specialist library for readers with sight loss.
Christine Redmond, community fundraising manager for NLB, said: "Christmas can be such a busy time.
The three subgroups of the NLB group were: English-background group (EB) (n = 60) made up of students who did not have another language beside English at home; Chinese-background group (CB) (n = 12) made up of students who spoke Chinese at home; and a Vietnamese-background group (VB) (n = 21) made up of students who spoke Vietnamese at home.
Coupled with this the NLB also set for itself an ambitious vision--the creation of a world class library system that is affordable, convenient, accessible and useful.
The NLB is a registered charity which provides a free postal library service to blind and partially-sighted people worldwide.
NLB Development, a Princeton, NJ based, African-American-owned real state firm founded by Taneshia Nash Laird and Keith Brown, has launched the "Back Home" program by which NLB collaborates with athletes and entertainers to develop commercial, retail, hospitality, and residential projects.