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IHV

Independent Hardware Vendor

IHV

(Independent Hardware Vendor) An organization that makes electronic equipment. IHV implies a company that specializes in a niche area, such as graphics cards or disk controllers, rather than a complete system manufacturer. Contrast with ISV. See VAR and systems integrator.
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A complete list of meeting speakers and their topics can be found on the IHV website, at www.
This year, the IHV Lifetime Achievement Award for Scientific Contributions goes to Thomas Waldmann, MD, head of the Cytokine, Immunology and Immunotherapy Section at the National Cancer Institute, for five decades of pioneering contributions to immunology, advances in the understanding of normal and abnormal T-cell biology, and seminal contributions to understanding Human T-Leukemia Virus (HTLV-1).
The IHV Lifetime Achievement Award for Public Service goes to Yi Zeng, PhD, Dean of the College of Life Science and Bioengineering at Beijing University of Technology, for a lifetime of leadership in virology and cancer research in China.
Immediately following the conclusion of the IHV International Meeting, the Global Virus Network (GVN) will convene to further the agenda of establishing a global authority and resource for the identification, investigation, control and suppression of the most severe viral threats to mankind.
Since its founding in 1996, IHV has been a world leader in HIV/AIDS research and treatment, with a proven track record of bringing medical benefits to people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States and around the world.
By making it simple for IHVs to bring their peripherals to Solaris Operating Environment customers using Intel systems, and insure the requisite support of those devices, we have reaffirmed our commitment with the Solaris Operating Environment to the Intel market.
All of these IHVs are participating in the beta of the Solaris Device-Driver Verification Program, which is now open to all IHVs.
The addition of Global Graphics' XPS RIP to this platform will shorten product development cycles for IHVs who wish to add support for the XPS document format into their ranges of copiers, printers and multi-function peripherals to support Microsoft's Vista(TM), the next version of the Windows operating system scheduled for availability at the end of 2006.
This allowed them to run through the test and process several times, ensuring a smooth process for all of Microsoft's IHV and ISV development partners.
While there are expected to be hundreds of Windows Embedded for Point of Service compatible products, only the products tested by VeriTest through this program represent the ISVs and IHVs who have taken the extra step to validate their products through a third-party program.