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NCS

Network Computing System: Apollo's RPC system used by DEC and Hewlett-Packard.The protocol has been adopted by OSF.
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NCS

(Network Call Signaling) CableLabs version of MGCP. See MGCP/MEGACO.
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[6] Types of NCSs [[phi].sub.N] and [X.sub.N] in X are as follows:
Deborah Heaton, head of house and careers co-ordinator at Thornaby Academy, said: "As soon as more of our students started to attend the NCS programme, we started to see the positive impact right across the Academy.
NCS is a nationwide coating supplier with locations across the United States, and has more than 50 years of experience.
NCS is also continuing to enhance its proprietary internal software to provide greater decisioning and analysis capabilities for its clients.
NCS (Suzhou) Ltd is a subsidiary of Singapore IT and communications engineering solutions provider NCS Group in China.
Recommendation: To help ensure that NCS management has sufficient information needed to assess and improve NCS's programs and new initiatives and to effectively support budget decisions, the Secretary of DHS should direct the Manager of the NCS to follow best practices for strategic planning in finalizing the NCS strategic plan including identifying the resources needed to achieve its strategic goals and objectives and providing a description of the relationship between planned initiatives such as the NS/EP NGN and strategic goals.
While cataloging may be a small field in terms of the number of catalogers, it is very large in terms of the number of countries that subscribe to the NCS. From the beginning NATO allowed non-NATO countries to participate (e.g., Australia).
In this paper we consider the importance of assessing endocrine disruption in the NCS. First, we briefly review the evidence that alterations of the early, normal endocrine environment has adverse effects and the evidence that endocrine disruption is a potentially important hypothesis for human studies.
And Miller said he's angry the NCS board ousted treasurer Chip Beck, who had pushed for more discussion of the museum donation and was at odds with NCS President Daryl Cagle on how the NCS and its monies are managed.
It enhances the effectiveness of logistics support by assisting in the logistics data exchange among the NATO countries and other users of the NCS. The system has been adopted by all signatories of the alliance for use in identifying equipment and supplies.