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NBS

National Bureau of Standards: part of the US Department of Commerce, now NIST.

NBS

1. Abbr. for “National Bureau of Standards.”
2. Abbr. for “natural black slate.”
3. Abbr. for “New British Standard.” NC Abbr. for “noise criterion.”

NBS

(National Bureau of Standards) See NIST.
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NBS and Simlabs have been working together for the past five years and the acquisition will allow NBS to further expand into the VoIP and data services sector, according to the announcement.