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(NEXT-GENeration) A common label applied to a major upgrade of a hardware or software product.
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Next Generation Networks Ltd are a privately held company headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.
The early adoption of a static newspaper model continues to haunt portal vendors as they try to integrate Web services into next generation portal frameworks.
Use this report to: - Review the status of next generation cancer diagnostic technologies and assays, and assess their global growth potential over a five-year period from 2014 to 2019.
SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing([R]), global provider of integrated systems and services that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy Next Generation Networks (NGN), today announced the launch of a new AdvancedTCA (ATCA) bladed compute system designed to address the common networking requirements of telecommunications network elements.
The PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360, dubbed the next generation of consoles, each hold a unique position with regard to console offerings.
This research service titled Analysis of Asia Pacific Next Generation Enterprise Voice Services Market offers a practical and compelling analysis of the key growth opportunities, market drivers, and restraints in the above-mentioned field.
0' from the world of technology, we wanted to remind consumers that SHIFT_ is not only more than a tagline, but it's an invitation for the next generation of Nissan drivers to experience the next generation of Nissan thinking.
Turgeon is expected to engage in discussions with these key service providers about leveraging the commercial opportunities of converged services and choosing the optimum migration strategy to ensure a smooth and profitable transition to Next Generation Networks.
i2's flexible next generation solutions are designed to synchronize demand and supply across ever-changing global business networks.
Emerging Wireless 2006" examines opportunities presented by recent and forthcoming wireless platforms, including next generation IP-based wireless technologies, TD-SCDMA and HSDPA.
Microsoft will outship Nintendo in the next generation of consoles due to its head start in launching, its strength in the North American market, and its appeal to older gamers, a demographic that seems to widen with each new generation of consoles.

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