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EFM

(Ethernet in the First Mile) Using Ethernet to provide connectivity from the customer to the carrier. See 802.3ah.
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Our mixer aims to bring together pioneers from the VR industry with EFM visitors, and link producers to content developers to help them implement VR in their filmmaking.
The Raman spectra of the PCDA solution and the UV irradiated PCL-PDA EFM are demonstrated in (Fig.
Effectively helping parents understand the technology and equipment used in EFM occurs by displaying the monitor, belts, transducers, and visual images of the equipment.
Proscend EFM solution meets the needs in high-speed data transmission without large cost as fibre leased line.
Patton's complete set of interoperable EFM devices offers customers a single-vendor, one-stop shop for implementing carrier, campus and industrial networks over existing copper cable.
An imperative within the EFM succession plan is to find someone who understands the duality of the corporate mission.
EFM says it can perform up to 68 deicing operations per hour on aircraft types that range in size from a Learjet to an Airbus A380.
The services provided by EFM to MoF Include managing facilities of the Ministry in accordance with the terms of engineering services memo.
The first stop for EFMs wishing to accompany their spouse or partner to an AIP post is the NEA/SCA bureaus' EFM coordinators, who guide them through the application process, provide information about what it's like to work at post and respond to questions.
It is this contradiction between the almost routine use of intrapartum EFM in the United States and the lack of evidence supporting its use that the authors hoped to address in their analysis.
EFM tools are deployed via the Web and increasingly through IVR and SMS.