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NPS

On drawings, abbr. for “nominal pipe size.”
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The connection between glaucoma and NPS has been strengthened by the discovery of Lmx1b's involvement.
The NPS system stores, filters and processes terabytes of records within a single unit, analyzing only the relevant information for each query.
NPS has been uplinking channels since 2004 and currently uplinks 11 channels on satellites Galaxy 13 (also known as G-9) and Galaxy 11 (also known as GB).
The NPS system is the market-leading data warehouse appliance, built specifically to analyze terabytes of detailed data 10 to 100 times faster than existing data warehouse options, at half the cost.
NPS R-568 is the company's first compound to enter clinical trials and is believed to be the first drug to act on the newly discovered calcium receptor.
0 and the NPS 10000 Series, we can now meet the growing market demand for even greater scalability and a broader spectrum of workloads, applications and user requirements," said Jit Saxena, CEO and co-founder of Netezza Corp.
By replacing its legacy Customer Data Warehouse systems with the NPS data warehouse appliance, Ahold will again be at the forefront of the food retail industry because it can now run a wide variety of interactive analyses, while dramatically reducing query times.
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The NPS system provides a powerful engine for accelerating the performance of the MicroStrategy Business Intelligence Platform," said Jeffrey Bedell, CTO, MicroStrategy.
NPS will receive payments totaling $6 million, and upon achievement of certain milestones will be eligible for further cash payments and research funding.
Netezza Corporation today announced major enhancements to its Netezza Performance Server(R) (NPS(R)) 8000 product family, including the addition of a new model, the NPS 8025.
EDITOR'S SUMMARY: The five-year accord allows NPS Pharmaceuticals, together with collaborators in Madagascar, to collect and research venomous invertebrates, beginning with spiders and scorpions, in an effort to identify novel drug leads from animal toxins.