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CCA

(1) (Common Cryptographic Architecture) Cryptography software from IBM for MVS and DOS applications.

(2) (Compatible Communications Architecture) A Network Equipment Technology protocol for transmitting asynchronous data over X.25 networks.
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The CCA program and NetAmerica Alliance agreement will foster the continued deployment of 4G LTE coverage throughout underserved American communities, where the cost of building such networks and the roaming costs are often prohibitively expensive.
Richard Kornhauser, CCA president and chief executive officer, said the plan will allow CCA to leverage scale in all aspects of its sales, warehousing and logistics needs, resulting in significant operating efficiencies and expense reduction while continuing to direct all aspects of the business.
"The members of SkyTeam Cargo are delighted to welcome CCA, China's first all-cargo airline operating dedicated freight services, as the newest member of our growing alliance," Choy said.
Earlier, CCA Pakistan beat CCA UAE by 102 runs in the last league match.
CCA is the nation's leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States.
* If you return a CCA to the depot for any reason, make sure it's packaged in an ESD-protective bag.
Under the terms of the contract CCA will expand its existing presence throughout Sacramento International Airport by launching a dynamic Community Showcase programme which is timed for 6 October 2011 to coincide with the airport's new Central Terminal B.
It has been shown in [12][13] that from a MAC performance perspective, ED is a good choice as the CCA method at low traffic rates and PD at high rates.
LS: Crops and Soils magazine became the communication print piece for the CCA Program.
It was found that concentration levels of more than 0.4 mM/L GSSG and 0.5 mM/L GSH are suitable because the free glutathione concentration significantly decreased in CCA samples as compared to non CCA samples.
l) so that the two binding surfaces of each glue-line in the laminated test beam had, at least approximately, the same CCA content.
(4) Its cytologic and ultrastructural features are similar to those of CCA arising in the female genital tract.