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AVS

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AVS

(1) See Alexa Voice Service.

(2) (Audio Video Coding Standard) A video compression technique developed by Chinese companies and supported by the Chinese government. Expected to provide better compression than MPEG-2, AVS was created to avoid paying royalties to the MPEG licensors, which are outside of China. See MPEG LA and EVD.
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data8 will supply their Address Validation service to NFS' software.
Postcode Anywhere's address validation service, Capture+, ensures customer addresses are verified against the New Zealand Postal Address File (PAF) which contains over 1.8 million delivery points.
Cambridge, MA, July 10, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Ecommerce specialists at Postcode Anywhere will be demonstrating a new address validation service this week at the Microsoft World Partner Conference, in Toronto, Canada.
The address validation service increases the speed of contact data entry and ensures the accuracy of any details entered, preventing tickets and other orders from being dispatched to the wrong address.
Worcester, United Kingdom, April 26, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Ecommerce specialists at Postcode Anywhere are releasing the public beta of a new address validation service today at Internet World, Europe's largest and longest-running event for digital marketing and online business.
Robert Parsons, IT and Web Manager at Jacksons Fencing, said: “What we needed was an address validation service that was completely fail-safe and would also make inputting customer address details faster and more efficient.