Tigereye


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Tigereye

 

(or tiger’s-eye), a mineral, a brownish yellow variety of quartz that is pseudomorphous after crocidolite. Tigereye is used as a gemstone.

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The model-agnostic platform TigerEye is deployed across the re/insurance sector to ensure assessment of tricky reinsurance structures to be carried out in a fast and simple manner.
He further said, Integrating JCalf with TigerEye means we now have a high-fidelity platform from which to advise appropriate reinsurance options to mitigate the effects of flood risk.
The JBA official Dr Iain Willis of JBA explained, By integrating JCalf with TigerEye we are able to rapidly process more complex reinsurance structures with greater ease.
Tigereye obtuvo en febrero de 2007 la exclusividad de las ventas de productos para la campana del precandidato democrata Barack Obama, pero recibio las urgentes demandas de los colaboradores de su rival, Hillary Clinton, para superar la desaparicion de los "stocks" de todas sus lineas de productos.
The Tigereye 800, an eight-drive CD duplicator that features the company's user-friendly controller engine, can produce up to 48 full CDs per hour.
The Tigereye duplicators feature the same logic used in earlier Discmatic tower models, which, according to the company, were renowned for their ease of use and reliability.
With a 6-GB internal hard drive, the Tigereye duplicators can store a large volume of data, while Discmatic's Multiple CD Image Management system makes it easy to manage that data for a wide variety of applications, according to the company.
Discmatic has announced its new Tigereye series of CD duplicators, which are stand-alone tower models.
The Tigereye series supports all major CD formats, and features a 6-GB internal hard drive.