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MSU

(Million Service Units) An IBM measurement of hardware performance. One MSU is roughly equivalent to six million mainframe instructions per second (6 MIPS). IBM software is priced according to the power of the hardware in MSUs that it runs in.
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With almost 70,000 students and some 3,000 faculty members for more than half a century, the MSU system has contributed greatly to the integration programs among the people of Southern Philippines, and has provided skills training for the economic development of Mindanao, Sulu and Palawan,' the new Tesda chief pointed out.
GFC MSU is seeking to engage a contractor to design, install and maintain external security cameras located in attached parking lots and exterior doors to campus.
Makil, MSU assistant professor, questioning Macaayong's appointment and claiming it was a violation of the Constitution which bans appointments in any government office two months before the next presidential elections.
Jaret Garber, business development, DSA stated: The MSU allows DSA to be more efficient, provide a wider array of tools onsite and mitigate downtime caused by unexpected events.
Creagh has led many MSU initiatives that have benefited Michigan agriculture, particularly as a member of the first Directors Action Team for Project GREEEN (Generating Research and Extension to meet Economic and Environmental Needs).
Petinglay said the military had raised their concern over the security of over 6,000 MSU students who were returning to school during the series of conferences before the decision to reopen the MSU campus in Marawi.
Early data collected at some of these sites show that initiating care of an acute ischemic stroke patient in an MSU shaves precious minutes off the time it takes to start thrombolytic therapy with tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) compared with that at a hospital, and findings from preliminary analyses suggest better functional outcomes for patients treated this way.
The impetus for the latest gift was the February donation of a major collection of rare, early Mississippi law books to the MSU Libraries Special Collections Department by John Robinson Block, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Toledo Blade, which, like MaxxSouth, are subsidiaries of Block Communications.
At the end of two years, students will have earned a minimum of 60 credit hours, finished high school and have the opportunity to further their education at MSU or transfer to any other college/university in Kentucky or elsewhere.
Some of these MSU folks have lived in Eugene so long they have adopted the Ducks as their team, and they have some seriously mixed feelings.
Aside from delicious food options, the best thing about MSU Catering on game day is its central location in the heart of the Junction, a primary gathering place for Bulldog fans.
James Pivarnik, a professor of kinesiology and epidemiology at MSU, and MSU doctoral student Samantha Danbert in the Department of Kinesiology led the (http://msutoday.