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A connection or interconnection of a communications system, such as a data link or a network of branches and nodes.


(1) (Nexus) A line of pure Android phones and tablets endorsed by Google. See Google Nexus.

(2) (Nexus) A line of network switches from Cisco.

(3) (Nexis) A legal database. See LexisNexis.

(4) A connecting point or bond between two entities.

(5) A software module in the Windows security platform (see NGSCB).
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Further, NEXI has confirmed that of all cooperation agreements between NEXI and other Export Credit Agencies in Asia, interest from Japanese companies in the Indonesian program is the strongest.
The wrong political environment, however, could easily deploy jus nexi principles to further marginalize those in the shadows.
The alliance with NEXI is another step in EFIC's continuing efforts to assist Australian exporters in participating in multi-sourcing contracts, and to explore other export markets by tapping into the schemes of other ECAs," said Foo.
NEXI, established in April 2001, is an independent government agency and provides export credit insurance that had previously been administered by the government.
Honda and Nissan have bought insurance policies from NEXI, which covers 50% of damage incurred in the event of natural disasters, diplomatic problems and other incidents beyond a company's control.
During the first part of the experiment, Nexi makes small talk with her human counterpart for 10 minutes, asking and answering questions about topics such as travelling, where they are from and what they like most about living in Boston.
NEXI, BOT-M'bishi to offer trade insurance for smaller firms: report
JBIC will be responsible for import financing and Nexi for project financing.
Her daughter, Elizabeth, is to be the voice of one of my characters, Nexi, in the Giraffe World animation.
From this perspective, the local worlds of both colonial and present-day Melanesia turn out to be relationally constituted entities whose respective specific stability, uniqueness, diversity and transformability are the product of plural nexi and ongoing interactions with external hegemonic structures.