device cluster

device cluster

[di′vīs ‚kləs·tər]
(computer science)
A collection of peripheral devices (usually terminals) that have a common control unit.
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The companys investment in jobs and facilities is helping to grow a medical device cluster that is one of the cornerstones of the Minnesota economy.
The show is a co-production of NAB and the International High Tech Cultural Device Cluster (TCDIC).
Another soon to be launched for the medical device cluster brings together St.
Near Mar'a, one strike destroyed an ISIL improvised explosive device cluster, a fighting position and two defensive berms.
This is about strengthening the overall device cluster in Massachusetts,'' he said.
Colorado continues to be ranked as the 6th largest medical device cluster in the nation with over 340 medical device, diagnostic and instruments companies.
Utah has proactively supported the growth of its medical device cluster, and the state's efforts are evident in the staggering number of new companies and new employment in the industry," said Howard Revitch, Group Publisher of Medical Product Outsourcing and Orthopedic Design & Technology magazines.
The goal is to build collaboration around core competencies, create opportunities to leverage these competencies, and ultimately grow the medical device industry in the region into a nationally recognized medical device cluster.
SEATTLE -- The biomedical device cluster in the Seattle metropolitan region contributes $2.
Worth metro area is a recognized medical device cluster surrounded by a business community that includes leading medical technology and electronics firms, as well as academic research institutions and industry opinion leaders," said Thomas J.
Colorado Springs is definitely a growing medical device cluster, especially as it relates to component manufacturing.
Within the medical device cluster, plastic component manufacturers supply disposable and non-disposable plastic components for a range of products, including optical lenses and diagnostic devices.