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plexus

any complex network of nerves, blood vessels, or lymphatic vessels

plexus

[′plek·səs]
(anatomy)
A network of interlacing nerves or anastomosing vessels.
(geology)
An area on a subglacial deposit that encloses a giant's kettle.

Plexus

A modular World-Wide Web server written in Perl by Tony Sanders <sanders@earth.com>. Comes with interfaces to allow many other information services to be served via the Web.

Version 3.0m 1994-07-22.
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The classification of causes of neonatal brachial plexus palsy according to their most salient associated feature seems, at first glance, the most imperfect one; however, it is probably the most appropriate.
The energy efficient operation of the TM5800 eliminates the need for external cooling, a determining factor for many applications in industrial, medical and portable instrumentation," said Mike Eccles, Technology Group director of Plexus in the UK.
CONTACT: Ginger Jones, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Plexus Corp.
Note: Telica and the Telica logo are registered trademarks and Plexus is a trademark of Telica, Inc.
As carriers strategically transform their networks to offer next generation services and meet the demands of today's evolving telecommunications needs, deploying the Plexus 9000 enables them to continue to provide efficient voice and data services.
Plexus Online is an on-demand solution, building on the "software as a service" (SaaS) model pioneered by Salesforce.
Upon the consummation of the recent agreement to acquire substantially all the assets of Plexus, SIGA will be able to broaden its biowarfare portfolio, and to build its capability for extremely rapid design and delivery of synthetic vaccines for dangerous new pathogens.
Plexus Online combines the capabilities of enterprise resource planning (ERP), manufacturing execution systems (MES), supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship management (CRM), shop floor integration, quality management, and much more.
Tom Mackey, executive vice president of sales at Plexus, said, "The experience and expertise of these two industry veterans will help Plexus expand our customer base across a broad range of industries in these regions, including automotive, aerospace and medical device manufacturing.
Hruby, Chief Scientific Officer of SIGA stated: "The addition of Plexus programs and personnel provides exciting new platform technology for antigen discovery and rational vaccine design and delivery.
Prior to joining Plexus Systems, Cigan worked at both Oracle and Sun Microsystems where he drove revenue growth and maintained excellent customer relationships, primarily in the North Central states.
Rio Communications, first announced as a Telica customer in May 2002, selected the Plexus 9000 to initially provide traditional Class 5 features.