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ETI

(Embed The Internet) An earlier consortium that was devoted to putting Web servers into microcontrollers used in embedded systems. Using a Web server enables access to the device via any Web browser. See Web server and microcontroller.
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Commenting on the investment, ETI Group Chief Executive Officer Albert Essien said: We welcome this important investment by Nedbank Group, which increases the ETI capital base.
The above article dated 28 September 2011 incorrectly stated that Nigeria-based Oceanic Bank International was to take over ETI in the merger between the two companies.
We must respond to our customers, who, by acquiring ETI machines, want to differentiate themselves by producing innovative products while increasing savings made with the ETI technology.
BAE will acquire ETI from ETI Holdings and an associated company, the buyer said in a statement.
106-519, generally replaced the foreign sales corporation (FSC) regime with the ETI regime.
Gavin Brown read from an article in The Journal of October 13 which revealed that an ETI judge from sponsor E.
There is a general consensus to use the revenues generated by repealing the FSC and ETI provisions to provide tax relief to companies that benefit from these provisions.
1) Prior to FSC and ETI, the Domestic International Sales Corporation (DISC) performed a similar role.
This increased flexibility for moving data in and out of Teradata meets customers' growing need to feed data warehouses with an ever-increasing amount of information," said Kay Hammer, ETI president and CEO.
Released at the end of 1993, the work group's report recommends that the DOL take a leadership role by structuring an ETI clearinghouse and committing start-up capital to compile and analyze the initial data.
If the evidence cannot be confirmed as indicating the existence of ETI, the discoverer may disseminate the information as appropriate to the discovery of any unknown phenomenon.
ETI develops novel formulations that enhance the clinical utility and product life cycle of existing drugs.