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TIA

(chat)
Thanks in advance.

TIA

(body)

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(software)

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(graphics, hardware)

TIA

(1) (Telecommunications Industry Association, Arlington, VA, www.tiaonline.org) A membership organization founded in 1988 that sets telecommunications standards worldwide. It was originally an EIA working group that was spun off and merged with the U.S. Telecommunications Suppliers Association (USTSA), sponsors of the annual SUPERCOMM conferences. In 2000, the MultiMedia Telecommunications Association (MMTA) was integrated into TIA.

(2) "Thanks in advance." See digispeak.

(3) (The Internet Adapter) An earlier utility that emulated a SLIP connection, enabling access to the Internet without a SLIP account.
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TIA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and is a sponsor of ANSI's Standards Boost Business campaign.
The investigators identified a cohort of Rochester residents who had incident TIA during 1985-1994 and a cohort of Olmsted County (Minn.
In the same way that we evaluate the patient to determine the cause of TIA and implement strategies to reduce the occurrence of stroke after a TIA, we should step back and consider whether a stress test or some other screening study for coronary-artery disease should also be performed after a TIA, in an attempt to lessen the occurrence of heart attack.
But the truth is, only about three of 10 people know what to do when a TIA strikes, according to research published in the June issue of the journal Stroke.
TIA is the trade association for North American producers and importers of toys, games and entertainment products for the youth market.
Responding to reports that portions of TIA lived on at the Department of Homeland Security, Sen.
According to James Dempsey of the Center for Democracy and Technology, which advocates online privacy, a total ban on the TIA program would affect not only the controversial data-mining, but also some components that have raised other privacy concerns, including computerized translation of foreign documents and broadcasts and efforts to exchange and analyze intelligence data.
Interested parties may submit nominations directly to Andrew Kurtzman, VP and Corporate Counsel of TIA and Secretary of the Nominating and Governance Committee of the TIA Board of Directors, at akurtzman@tiaonline.
But the name change may not alleviate concerns that TIA may threaten individual privacy.
TIA Associate Vice President for Standards and Technology Herb Congdon gives an overview of the new standard in a video interview on TIA Now.