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deliverability

[di‚liv·ə·rə′bil·əd·ē]
(petroleum engineering)
The volume of gas per given unit of time that can be obtained from a well, field, storage reservoir, pipeline, or distribution system.
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Its ability to conform to the vessel wall is outstanding, and its ease of deliverability allows us to more easily reach some of the most difficult lesions.
"With this large block of newly issued IP addresses, SMTP will be in a better position to guarantee corporate customers the highest level of IP reputation and email deliverability," said Semyon Dukach, chairman of SMTP.
"The combination of the iCross' outstanding image quality and excellent deliverability should help physicians better identify lesion characteristics."
Combining deliverability comparable to that of high performance angioplasty balloon catheters with the benefits of plaque-scoring and a high rated burst pressure (up to 20 atm), the AngioSculpt catheter is the catheter of choice for complex lesions.
EMC Reseller list deliverability guarantee is 95% for Direct Mail, 90% for Telemarketing and 90% for Email campaigns.
"I have found the Liberte bare metal stent to be an excellent stent with superb conformability and deliverability," said Keith Dawkins, M.D., Consultant Cardiologist, Wessex Cardiothoracic Centre, Southampton University Hospital, Southampton, England.
Caliche Coastal is unique in that it will not perform any marketing activities and will focus solely on the needs of customers who require highly reliable deliverability of their products from storage."
SMTP provides cloud-based services to facilitate email deliverability, including bulk and transactional sending, reputation management, compliance auditing, abuse processing and issue resolution.
The stent system features "6F" guide catheter compatibility and improved tracking to enhance deliverability. Minimal stent shortening and customized balloon lengths for each stent length are designed to enable accurate placement, while the increased stent scaffolding at the proximal end provides lumen support.
In Russia, Gazprom operates a network of 22 UGS facilities with the working gas inventories of above 72 billion cubic meters and the potential maximum daily deliverability of 805.3 million cubic meters by the start of the 2017/2018 withdrawal season.
As such, achieving better-than-average inbox placement for email communications is key to our overall program success, so we felt an investment in our email deliverability was essential."
StrongMail also said that its new service allows any organisation to take advantage of StrongMail's e-mail marketing platform and services, without the need for internal IT resources, and also gives customers the ability to gain greater control, visibility, integration, deliverability and cost-savings compared with traditional hosted solutions from e-mail service providers.