CPE


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CPE

(computer science)

CPE

Customer Premises Equipment

CPE

(Customer Premises Equipment) Communications equipment that resides on the customer's premises.
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ABI Research's Broadband CPE: Cable, DSL, Fiber Market Data covers worldwide CPE for wired broadband.
Analysis by industry analyst Infonetics also shows that with heavy investment in future FTTH buildouts by telecom carriers in China, Japan, South Korea, US, Europe and the Middle East, the number of FTTH CPE users will escalate and so will the sales of FTTH CPEs.
It could be seen that the tensile strength decreased persistently, while the breaking elongation Increased and the impact strength various in "S" type curve when the amount of CPE is increased.
In 8 (89%) of these MRPs, [greater than or equal to] 20% inhibition of protein synthesis was detected in Vero cells, which suggested CPE production of the strain (Table 3).
In 1994, to revitalize the business and provide more attractive pricing to attendees, the Foundation created the Value-Priced (VP) program, which offered unlimited CPE for one membership fee, reducing the per-class fee.
The GAO also has prepared a summary of major changes from the previous 1991 CPE Interpretation that can be found at www.
If you have any questions regarding CPE credits, visit the Accountancy Board of Ohio's Web site at http://acc.
The hub site CPE is usually a fairly expensive piece of equipment (depending on the number of spokes).
Failure to Meet CPE Requirements: Failure to meet the mandatory 72 CPE requirement in any three-year cycle will result in the loss of Active membership in NSA.
A core of CPE courses should be developed to meet that expected level of knowledge; then, the individuals should be expected to develop their expertise in the desired way and at the desired pace.
The connection between CPE and the fat strain came unexpectedly.
Since January 1992, the average loss per CPE fraud incident is less than $2,000.