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NMT

(Nordic Mobile Telephone) An analog cellular phone system deployed in more than 40 countries in Europe. Launched in the Scandinavian countries in 1979, NMT was the first analog cellphone system. Both 450 MHz and 900 MHz versions are available. See cellular generations.
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This project came as a result of close cooperation between the Suez Canal Authority, the Egyptian Authority for Maritime Safety, the Suez Canal Container Terminal and Port Said Container Terminal, among others," remarked NMT chairman General Maged Farrag.
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NMT said the full or partial sale of the company and a merger were among options now being looked at
The NMT deployment showcases Virtustream's existing expertise regarding SAP cloud migrations and highlights the foundation Virtustream has built to offer additional SAP-specific optimization services.
For the past nine years, Cheryl Clarkson has been a valuable asset and trusted advisor to NMT and the Board," said Mahoney.
We are glad to collaborate with NMT and be one of the pioneers to bring NPCC into Brazil and other countries in this region.
NMT recently concluded a funding round, bringing its total funding to date to US$7.
This transaction demonstrates the level of confidence that investors have in NMT and our ongoing clinical efforts," said President and Chief Executive Officer Frank Martin.
NMT operates in the EHF/AEHF low data rate, medium data rate and AEHF extended data rate communication modes.
NMT also expects to report a year-end balance of cash and cash equivalents of approximately $8.
A notice of the meeting, along with related proxy materials, were mailed to NMT shareholders of record on or about April 6, 2010.
Frank Martin, NMT's President and Chief Executive Officer stated, "This non-equity based credit facility will provide NMT with additional financial flexibility in order to fund its ongoing clinical trials and development programs as well as its future progress in the treatment of structural heart disease.