Axiant

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Axiant

An application development system from Unicom Global (www.unicomglobal.com) for client/server environments. Built on the PowerHouse 4GL, Axiant supports Windows and Mac clients and a variety of databases and Unix servers. The Impromptu query language and PowerPlay EIS/DSS system are also components. Included is the WATCOM/SQL database. Axiant was developed by Cognos, which was acquired by IBM in 2008. The PowerHouse product line, including Axiant, was acquired by Unicom in 2013. See PowerHouse and Cognos.
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Late last year, Shure announced the launch of its Axient Digital wireless system, conceived in response to the mounting RF spectrum pressure in the market.
8-acre development at 1207 Rebsamen Park Road was recovered from Arch Sub II LLC, an affiliate of Axient Research.
Shure also showcased the new Axient Wireless Management system that provides some of the most advanced RF management tools available today.
Light snacks are to be served in the afternoon as guests are treated to a demonstration of the Axient product line's features and advantages.
He was later appointed business consultant to Axient (now Promar International) and is now the organisation's manager for Wales.
He most recently was Chairman and CEO of Axient Research, a CRO developing clinical research solutions to deliver reliable and accurate patient data to accelerate the development of safe and effective drug and medical treatments.
Shure has debuted its Axient Digital Wireless System.
10: Axient Reseach, the renamed Arkansas Research Medical Testing, announces the company will be closing.
Dave was able, at the last minute, to arrange for us to have the brand new Shure Axient system as well as the new ULX-D microphones available to us for the lab.
Sharjah TV has recently purchased Axient wireless system from Nicolaos M Kyvernitis Electronics Ent, the distributor of Shure Axient in the Middle East.
It may have helped that COO Steve Bethel, formerly with the Arkansas Research Medical Testing Center, and Clinical Affairs Director Shawn Ironside, formerly of Axient Research, were already here.