industry standard specification

industry standard specification

In the construction industry, a specification based on codes, technical reports and disclosures, or on test procedures and results that have been shown to be of proven use and general acceptance.
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ATCA is an industry standard specification created by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PCIMG) for next-generation carrier grade communications equipment.
ATCA is an industry standard specification created by the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group for the next generation of carrier-grade communications equipment.
The requirements and criteria are as follows: replace the existing hardware with industry standard specification.
The detector offers a high sensitivity specification for large bags, with an industry standard specification of 2.
NVIDIA has been a defining force in graphics technology for many years, and the input we incorporated from NVIDIA ensures that this new industry standard specification meets the needs of their future graphics architectures, "said Jason Ziller, technology initiatives manager at Intel Corporation.
meets the latest EPCglobal and ISO / IEC 180000-6 Gen-2, Class 1 RFID industry standard specification for UHF (860 to 960 MHz) frequency.
Using the dashboard, GE utilized the vendor-neutral data provided by SIIM and, according to SIIM, "successfully met the goal of showing the benefits of an industry standard specification.
Including thousands of drawings of common set pieces in building design, the work provides the industry standard specifications for everything from commercial building foundations to bicycle parking structures.
Entries ( including industry standard specifications and drawings ( must be submitted by Wednesday, May 24.
If a repeater is used at the output of a JBOD or hub, output of the system must be compliant with all industry standard specifications in all configurations.
Through development of open industry standard specifications, the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) enables a safer computing environment for the entire platform and in remote locations.
GoGrid physical and virtual server instances maintain industry standard specifications with no requirement to learn proprietary standards.
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