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convergent

[kən′vər·jənt]
(mathematics)
One of the continued fractions that is obtained from a given continued fraction by terminating after a finite number of terms.
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Since Remote LAN Access traffic is routed over Convergent Communications' private data networks as opposed to the public Internet, clients have guaranteed bandwidth that allows them to access their LAN anywhere at anytime.
By controlling the structural engineering design and optimizing the cost and schedule of the concrete structure, Convergent can meet or beat the projected timeline, complete the project on budget and enable our clients to start generating revenue earlier," adds Penick.
The next generation service delivery solution from Telenity and Datatronics is part of our strategic plan to move to an IP Multimedia System (IMS)-based convergent network environment," said Jose Gallego, Director of Network Developments at Telefonica.
We are very excited to have such high caliber executives as Cindi Waller and Earle Steele joining Convergent Acquisitions and Development at this time of record growth," said Nicolas Sabardin, President.
In the future, profitability and innovation will be defined by how quickly carriers can adapt to the convergent business model and how easily they can bill for services in near real time.
Other Enhancements - Several other enhancements are introduced with the release of Intec Convergent Billing v6.
a la Mobile's Convergent Linux is the only complete operating system (OS) for mobile phones with an entirely open and configurable platform.
We have demonstrated that Intec Convergent Billing v6 on IBM System p5 servers is able to manage the demanding workloads and deliver the necessary real-time performance of a modern, converged service provider.
Intec has an outstanding capability in convergent billing, centered around our world-class billing family, Singl.
We anticipate strong growth with our Total Call Mobile MVNO initiative, as well as in our traditional wireline and IP offerings, so we wanted a single platform that could provide us with opportunities for bundling convergent services.
Companies are increasingly recognizing the benefits of diversifying their revenue base across the converging government security and commercial security markets -- this is what the term "Convergent" in Convergent Security Group refers to.
Duravest's presentation will discuss not only the importance of convergent medical technologies in today's life sciences environment but also how Duravest plans to continue to acquire and develop companies in need of both early and late-stage financing.