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(1) A repository of free software, documents and databases of scientific and mathematical interest. Initiated in the 1980s, the Netlib collection is maintained by the University of Tennessee, AT&T, Bell Labs and Oak Ridge National Labs and is mirrored at sites around the world. For more information, visit www.netlib.org.

(2) (NetLib) (NetLib Security, Inc., Stamford, CT, www.netlib.com) A software company that specializes in database encryption software.
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Cloud Database Security market is competitive and diversified market with key major players such as IBM, Fortinet, Porticor, McAfee, Safenet, Oracle, Imperva, Netlib, Green SQL, HP, Trustwave, Informatica, Voltage Security and Axis Technology.
Department of Energy Argonne National Laboratory, available at netlib.
In June 2011, Safmarine and ADM Cocoa provided the funding for the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) Agricultural Logistics Skill Development Programme at the KNUST School of Business in Kumasi, Ghana and in 2007 Safmarine and non-governmental organisation NetLib partnered to open a self-sustaining craftsman/trade school in Liberia.
For more information about the NetLib Partner Program and our current partners please visit us at http://www.
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11 /PRNewswire/ -- "Small and medium sized businesses are alarmingly ill-equipped to protect their mission critical and sensitive data," maintains Neil Weicher, president of NetLib, a leading innovator of data encryption software.
The NETLIB problems are not large enough to gain a performance advantage using the GPU.
This has been a breakthrough year for NetLib and the increased level of awareness in the marketplace for data protection," said Neil Weicher, founder and CTO, NetLib.
Initially we experimented with more than 105 problems from the Netlib LP test set [11].
A detailed description as well as a list of performance results on a wide variety of machines is available in postscript form from netlib.
With the help of NetLib Encryptionizer, SDI's point of sale applications encrypt sensitive credit card numbers at the time the card number is entered eliminating any possibility that actual card numbers can be accessed by unauthorized personnel.