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NMI

NMI

(NonMaskable Interrupt) A high-priority interrupt that cannot be disabled by another interrupt. It is used to report malfunctions such as parity, bus and math coprocessor errors.
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NMI provides payments enablement technology that empowers ISOs, ISVs, VARs and payment facilitators to offer branded payment gateway services without building or maintaining their own technology.
NMI said the addition of Creditcall's support for EMV chip card, swipe and contactless payment terminals, and processor certifications to the NMI platform, will make NMI a payment technology partner for ISOs, ISVs and VARs that need a complete and unified payment solution for merchants conducting business in an omnichannel environment.
NMI and experienced industry participants in nickel laterite heap leaching are currently assessing the potential value of combining the NMI and KGHM concessions for future sale or acquisition.
According to the NMI, 13 non-manufacturing industries reported growth in February.
Separately, NMI announced that it will be exhibiting, in conjunction with its Saudi Arabian partners, its products at Arab Health Trade Show in Dubai, UAE from January 23 to 26.
Derek Boyd, chief executive of the NMI, said: "The dramatic decline in the numbers of electronic engineering graduates will present the country with a long-term issue if left unchecked.
Data will be available on a rolling basis as the project progresses, according to NMI.
2] hem-fir lumber sorted with an NMI capacitance type meter.
NMI continues to develop state-of-the-art tools that help their Partners and their merchants improve security and reduce the costs of becoming PCI Compliant.
Nielsen will incorporate NMI's proprietary LOHAS segmentation model into its BASES system, enabling NMI and Nielsen to quantify LOHAS consumers' acceptance of new product ideas, enabling enhanced consulting and optimization prior to commercialization.
NMI defines those consumers as living "lifestyles of health and sustainability" (LOHAS), and adds that they represent a $209 billion market.
In fact, NMI students and HP are continuing to push the envelope of the critical, commercial, and creative dimensions of digital media technology, using more than 200 iPAQ Pocket PCs and HP Tablet PCs in "a wireless cloud"--called WAGzone (Wireless Athens Georgia Zone)--over downtown Athens.