RAS


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RAS

(hardware, storage)

RAS

(communications)

RAS

(system)

RAS

(1) See network access server.

(2) (Remote Access Service) A Windows Server feature that allows remote users access to the network from their Windows laptops or desktops via modem. See RRAS and network access server.

(3) (Registration, Admission and Signaling) In an H.323 audio or video system, the RAS is a control channel over which H.225 signaling messages are sent. It provides a central point that all devices monitor for an incoming call signal. See H.225 and H.323.

(4) (Reliability Availability Serviceability) Originally an IBM term, it refers to a computer system's overall reliability, its ability to respond to a failure and its ability to undergo maintenance without shutting it down entirely.

(5) (Row Address Strobe) A clock signal in a memory chip used to pinpoint the row of a particular bit in a row-column matrix. See CAS.
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If the roofing company and hauler can provide such certification, the shingle recycler should then be able to certify in writing to its customers that the RAS processed and utilized in HMA installed for road construction projects is derived from eligible shingles only.
Steve Johnson, Roof to Road LLC, Williamsport, Ohio, presented information on how he has been able to make ends meet to recycle tear-offs into a salable RAS product for a local HMA producer in Ohio, despite the competition of relatively low landfill tipping fees.
com system triggers comprehensive and consistent communication between RAS staff and patients, at the time of scheduling, so that each patient receives prompt and complete instructions about necessary pre-procedure requirements.
The interest payments and similar expenses to a large extent were offset by net monetary gain, as a result of which the profit before tax was obtained at the rate of RUR2,0 bln ($64,8 mln) in 2002, or 47,4% up against the similar figure under RAS.
ITEB RAS was established in 1990 by the order of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences as a result of restructuring of a Biophysics Institute of RAS, which was founded in 1952.
Perle routers and RAS receive the full, ongoing support of a 26 year old networking company that has made a long-term commitment to the market.
RAS will use the BCE Emergis services primarily to manage high dollar claims, which typically account for the majority of the underwriter's loss ratio.
Perle's RAS Dial-out software has two unique features only available to Perle 833 series users.
Today we're acquiring Digi's DataFire RAS business to establish ourselves in the Server-based RAS marketplace with a proven, world class product line," said Burt Patton, Executive Vice President of Patton.