digital appliance

digital appliance

Any computerized apparatus. It may refer to a smartphone or tablet or to a household appliance such as a washing machine or refrigerator. See Internet appliance.
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For the Digital Appliance Business in the fourth quarter, the growth in demand has slowed due to the sluggish US housing market and higher prices driven by foreign exchange fluctuations.
Lord Sainsbury also met plumbing, gas and electrical installation students in the Baxi Innovation Academy, media and games development students as well as touring the Samsung Digital Appliance Academy for white goods.
Digital Appliance Design Philosophy Framework A sentimental and relatable story that can be understood by anyone via familiar media, such as videos and books.
"The [SMT placement equipment] sector has been experiencing a harsh business environment for some time, affected by a slump in the PC and digital appliance markets and slowing growth in the high-end mobile devices market.
With 2007 global sales of USD 44 billion, LG is comprised of four business units - Mobile Communications, Digital Appliance, Digital Display and Digital Media.
Comprised of four business units: Mobile Communications, Digital Appliance, Digital Display and Digital Media with global sales at USD 34.7 billion (consolidated USD 43.4 billion) as of 2005, LG Electronics is the world's leading provider of CDMA handsets, residential air conditioners, plasma panels, optical storage products, DVD players and home theatre system.
Symon Communications, Inc., a provider of employee and corporate communications and enterprise performance, workforce and productivity management solutions, announced the general availability of its Symon Digital Appliance (SDA-500).
Employing approximately 88,000 people in 89 offices in 46 countries, the company consists of six main business units: Corporate Technology Operations, Digital Appliance Business, Digital Media Business, LCD Business, Semiconductor Business and Telecommunication Network Business.
Samsung Electronics consists of four main business units: Digital Media Network, Device Solution Network, Telecommunications Network and Digital Appliance Network Businesses.
He showed confidence in achieving further growth, by saying, ''We anticipate further growth of our digital appliance operation in terms of volume.''
Once the UK education market switched to IBM standard PCs, the company needed a new market and about two years ago plumped for the emerging thin-client and digital appliance software space.
Charles H Park, VP of digital appliance business, said: "We are firmly positioning ourselves as an industry-leader in the global business-to-business (B2B) market with our innovative products and exceptional technology."

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