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Newbury,

town (1991 pop. 31,488), West Berkshire, S central England. In a farming region, Newbury trades in wool, malt, and farm products. Paper, furniture, and metal products are also made. In the Middle Ages the town was an important textile manufacturing center. The 16th-century cloth hall contains a museum. Civil war battles were fought at Newbury in 1643 and 1644.

Newbury

a market town in West Berkshire unitary authority, S England: scene of a Parliamentarian victory (1643) and a Royalist victory (1644) during the Civil War; telecommunications, racecourse. Pop.: 32 675 (2001)
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That all changed in an instant, as the Highlanders responded with a ferocious rally of their own, then held on for a 63-53 victory over host Newbury Park to move into a three-way tie atop the Marmonte League standings.
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Wi-Fi location services continue to draw a tremendous amount of interest and attention in today's enterprise," said Michael Maggio, President and CEO of Newbury Networks.
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Merely analyzing and monitoring wireless activity in any real-world situation is only a small first step in securing a wireless network," said Michael Maggio, president and CEO, Newbury Networks.
11 device tracking capabilities, the Newbury Location Appliance[TM] accurately and precisely locates Wi-Fi devices while enabling a host of enterprise applications such as asset tracking, voice, security and network provisioning.
One team had to give Monday night, and the Panthers made sure it wasn't them while holding off a late rally for a 60-52victory over the Musketeers in a Marmonte League game at Newbury Park High.
We believe the factors that fuel wireless adoption center around a culture of mobility and rich location services," said Michael Maggio, president and CEO, Newbury Networks.
With Newbury Park keying on Lewis, fullback Ina Liaina got his opportunity to shine.
Network Engines has established itself as the leading vendor of appliance solutions for software systems' companies eager to expand into new markets using dedicated hardware platforms," said Michael Maggio, President and CEO of Newbury Networks.
ECR defeated perennial Marmonte League power Newbury Park 1-0 in the de facto championship game.