hubs


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms.

hubs

References in periodicals archive ?
Inside the tent, locate the four push point hubs with red flags where the end caps join the center section.
The M50FW040 is a 4 Mbit Flash memory, organized as eight uniform 64 Kbit blocks, that performs the Firmware Hub (FWH) function, storing the system and video BIOS code and interfacing with other Hub Architecture devices via the Firmware Hub high speed interface protocol.
System Chip Developers Will Benefit From the Easy Integration of the Latest Hub Design From the USB Market Leader
Hughes, chairman and chief executive officer of Hub International.
HUB will acquire the assets of Fortun Insurance (retail), ABCO Insurance (wholesale) and American Inspection Company, as well as the stock of ABCO Premium Finance (premium financing).
The Hub Services Agreement covers package handling, sorting, warehousing, line-haul logistics and maintenance services that ABX Air provides to DHL on a cost-plus basis in Wilmington and at 18 other regional sorting hubs throughout the U.
Hub International Limited (NYSE:HBG)(TSX:HBG) today announced completion of the previously announced purchase of Personal Lines Insurance Brokerage, Inc.
NASDAQ:ABXA) reported today that it has agreed to amend its Hub and Line-Haul Services Agreement ("the Hub Services Agreement") to extend the initial term of the Hub Services Agreement in exchange for temporarily placing more of its revenue potential under a cost-related incentive.
In most cases, this strategy includes acquisition of regional hubs that become the base for further expansion within a region.
CHICAGO -- Hub International Limited (NYSE:HBG)(TSX:HBG), one of North America's largest insurance brokers, today announced that its Canadian life and financial services wholesale brokerage, Hub Financial, Inc.
Using the new two-way hubs, the IPsys Broadband and IPsys BoD services will allow our customers to establish two-way networks by directly linking remote sites to the hubs entirely independent of terrestrial infrastructure, while also employing low-cost end-user terminals and small antennas.