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MVP

(Multimedia Video Processor) A high-speed DSP chip from Texas Instruments, introduced in 1994. Officially introduced as the TMS320C80, it combines RISC technology with the functionality of four DSPs on one chip.
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People who work with him attribute the success of MVP's businesses to his leadership style and unparalleled vision.
The 24-year-old Athens, Greece, native would be only the fifth international NBA MVP, joining Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash, Tim Duncan and Hakeem Olajuwon.
MVP also has the largest representation of minorities of any genomic cohort in the U.S.
I'm happy for Sisi because at least the MVP award is back in Espana.'
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Harper became the youngest unanimous MVP in MLB history when he received every vote in 2015 as a 23-year-old.
MVP Systems Software develops enterprise job scheduling and workload automation solutions for the world's most critical IT infrastructures.
Rikako became the fourth Japanese athlete to win the MVP award since its inception during the 1998 Bangkok Games.
Samsung MVP provides privileged access to Samsung Mobile B2B Academy (SMBA) which offers both online and offline training modules, with advanced knowledge of Samsung mobile products to enhance partners skills to better meet client's needs.
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Samsung MVP provides privileged access to Samsung Mobile B2B Academy (SMBA) , that offer both online and offline training modules, with advanced knowledge of Samsung mobile products to enhance partners skills to better meet client's needs.
The grapevine now teems with talk bordering chiefly on MVP returning the favor by upping his P20-million donation to match RSA's P50 million.