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Interdata

(company)
A computer manufacturer. Interdata became Perkin-Elmer, then Concurrent.
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During the opening ceremony on the first show day, five exhibiting companies received the inter airport Europe Innovation Award in the four exhibition categories interRAMP, interTERMINAL, interDESIGN and interDATA.
The network that connects all resources within a single data center or the network that combines one or more data centers is called "data center network," which in turn involves intra- and interdata center networks [69].
Known as Interdata, the ICIJ's online search and retrieval system was developed and deployed by a British programmer in less than two weeks in December 2012, to "support an urgent need to get relevant documents and files out faster for research by dozens of new journalists who were joining the expanding Offshore Project."
The goal of linear discriminant analysis is to find a low dimensional feature space in which the intradata are tightly clustered and the interdata are far from each other.
It was there in Seek, 1969-70, a project by the Architecture Machine Group at MIT, featuring a prefab magnetic metal toy block city in which the mess created by nesting gerbils--a form of biological "feedback," of course, that uses small mammals as stand-ins for our larger urban selves--was repaired by a bulky Interdata Model 3 computer.
As part of these plans, MRV has agreed to sell its network integration unit Interdata SA in France and has entered into a letter of intent for the disposal of the Swedish unit Alcadon-MRV AB, seeking clearance from its shareholders for these deals.
"As a premier wireless networking integrator, we are as meticulous about selecting the solutions we put in our own network as we are with recommending solutions to our customers," said Thierry Poulain, president directeur general of French system integrator Interdata. "Trapeze Networks' MX-800R is the only 802.11n wireless networking controller we would entrust with our own network and we recommend it to our valued customers."
The Autoweb work was partially supported by the Interdata Project, a project funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Scientific and Technological Research (MURST).
The International Directory of Importers (published by Interdata; http://www.export-leads.com) is one notable example, as it is one of the most extensive directories, both in terms of world coverage and the number of importers.
(ICGSS), a subsidiary of ICG Communications of Englewood, Colo., has signed a three-year agreement to provide 128 Kbps satellite services on the Satmex 5 satellite to Interdata of Honduras, it was reported October 6.
To further extend Spatial's leadership in sharing and accessing CAD model data throughout the design and manufacturing process, Spatial and InterData Access, Inc.