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AXP

The brand name Digital gave to its first family of Alpha-based computers. In 1998, Digital was acquired by Compaq. See Alpha.
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The AXP technology is used in cord blood banks and has been referenced in clinical publications.
The company said AXP AutoXpress Platform (AXP) is a proprietary family of automated devices that includes the AXP and the MXP MarrowXpress and companion sterile blood processing disposables for harvesting stem cells in closed systems.
AXPs are almost as rare and as weird as SGRs; about five are known.
The Alpha AXP architecture was designed for high performance but also with software migration from the VAX to the Alpha AXP architecture in mind.
According to the company, its AXP AutoXpress Platform (AXP) is a proprietary family of automated devices, which includes the AXP and the MXP MarrowXpress and companion sterile blood processing disposables for harvesting stem cells in closed systems.
50-compliant client can directly access the Open DRANET servers, including the Alpha AXP server.
describe an innovative binary compiler technology that allows executable images (binaries) to be moved from VAX to Alpha AXP (or from MipsCo to Alpha AXP) without access to source and without user intervention.
4, 2010, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a complaint against AXP alleging that the company's policies prohibiting merchants from steering a customer to use another network's card, another type of charge or credit card, or another method of payment violate antitrust laws.
Engle said that ThermoGenesis will be working closely with Fenwal Inc, its AXP distributor in India, to begin the commercial launch of the device as soon as possible.
ThermoGenesis Corp (Nasdaq: KOOL), a supplier of products for processing and storing adult stem cells, announced on Thursday that it has entered into a new enhanced distribution agreement with GE Healthcare, for its AXP AutoXpress (AXP) System used in the processing of cord blood.
As part of its long-standing commitment to promote global resource sharing, Data Research has offered free access to its Library of Congress databases (now housed on the Alpha AXP machine) for more than three years.
When Digital started to design the Alpha AXP architecture in the fall of 1988, the Alpha AXP team was concerned with running existing VAX[TM] code and MIPS[TM] code on the new Alpha AXP computers [5, 6].