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Plex

(1) (Plex Systems, Inc., Troy, MI, www.plex.com) A software company founded in 1995 that offers a cloud-based system geared to manufacturing. The Plex software includes enterprise resource planning (ERP), operations management, quality control management, customer relationship management (CRM) and supply chain management.

(2) A media server and player from Plex, Inc. (www.plexapp.com). Plex is used to organize music, photos and videos and runs as a Web server in the user's computer. For viewing the media, the Plex player can be installed in personal computers, set-top boxes such as the Roku streaming hubs and most mobile devices. See loopback address and Roku.
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Coverage of number of reactors starting PLEX, combined capacity of all plants starting PLEX, and the market size of PLEX for each year during 2006-2025, at a global, regional and key country level.
Competitive landscape discussing PLEX activities undertaken by all the market contenders.
Analysis of the PLEX market in key regions, including Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America
PLEX researchers report that motor traders are only paying between 1.
The annual uranium enrichment market due to the global PLEX is the highest market by segment, worth $888.
22 September 2010 - Canadian medical systems company SQI Diagnostics Inc (CVE: SQD) said yesterday that Health Canada has issued a medical device licence for its automated IgX PLEX Celiac microarray test kit that runs on the company's automated SQiDworks platform.