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CEG

(Continuous Edge Graphics) A VGA RAMDAC chip from Edsun Labs that adds anti-aliasing on the fly. It can also calculate intermediate shades, thus providing thousands of colors on an 8-bit board that normally generates only 256 colors.
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Tayag said credit card has consistently been the top category of concern processed by CEG accounts for 30 percent or 3,391 last year, with perceived unauthorized online and point-of-sale transactions as the primary issue.
"We're very excited to join the CEG family and bring the global solutions Protech is well known for to a wider base of industry-leading OEMs," said Joe Villanueva, cofounder and president, Protech.
RBC plans to open a China-based subsidiary in collaboration with its significant new shareholder, CEG.
CEL's Long-Term IDR is driven by Fitch's belief that extraordinary support from CEG would be forthcoming in the event of stress, as we consider CEL as a core subsidiary of the group.
CEG, a Chinese state-owned enterprise that operates across banking, securities, insurance, funds, asset management, futures, and investment management, is exploring collaboration opportunities relating to China's Belt and Road initiative.
Theresa White, community manager at Alpha Works, said: "Alpha Works is an exciting first for CEG in response to the market's increasing call for flexible, collaborative and alternative work spaces.
Since then, CEG and HCA have worked closely to facilitate a deal.
Theo Holmes, associate director in the office agency team at CBRE in Birmingham, advised CEG on the letting.
Despite struggling to be in the lead during the first half of the game, CEG finished strong in the competition under the leadership of Bong Garcia, contributing 26 points, and the tandem of Anastacio Mendoza and Abarques who finished with 17 and 15 points respectively.
The CEG is the first of its kind in the region as a collaboration between the region's private sector and a leading global business school to provide original research and publications on the key economic issues for the region, including enhancing economic growth and job creation.
Business leaders, senior officials and academic experts convened today in the UAE capital for the launch of the Centre for Economic Growth (CEG) in partnership with INSEAD, the leading international business school.