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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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Carriers around the world are abandoning ATM because EFM offers simpler network architecture with lower protocol overhead.
While EFM directly employs only a few people, the COO needs to effectively manage a large number of independent contractors, partners, and aid recipients across a diverse project portfolio.
Operated by Clariant, its continuing success enables EFM to achieve 70% of its annual requirements for Type I de-icing fluid through recycling.
She said she met with Jerry Nice, the EFM employment coordinator for Iraq, "even before we bid, to learn more about the program; he is an amazing resource.
The EFM solutions now enable surveys to be conducted cost-effectively over a larger sample size and more frequently with immediate and actionable results, with both strategic and operational benefit.
In EFM, the melt stream from an extruder is directed to the rim of the C-D platelets, and then it flows in the gap between them, exiting through the central hole (see Fig.
We're proud of the fact that the Navy is the only service branch with a program like EFM," said Hagood.
Early this year, when EFM was in merger talks with Hermes Pensions Management, the investment trust board warned that it would put its investment management contract out to tender if there was a change of control.
To ensure the safety of their patients and to preserve national confidence in the profession, obstetricians must abandon EFM and adopt safer, more effective monitoring methods such as intermittent auscultation.
Because as many as 12 percent of C-sections lead to medical complications, some serious, for both mother and baby, the researchers conclude that the use of EFM often presents more risks than benefits.
The MarketTools ACE Award for Best Use of EFM Across the Enterprise recognizes the MarketTools CustomerSat client company that best uses its EFM solution to capture, analyze and act on customer feedback across multiple divisions, business units or geographic regions.
Based in New York, EFM reports on more than $100 billion in global assets under management.