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interfacing

[′in·tər‚fās·iŋ]
(textiles)
A woven or nonwoven fabric used between the outer fabric and lining to reinforce or stiffen a feature or detail on a garment.
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Companies are realizing that a full-scale BPM implementation can take months, be very costly and often fail due to a company's initial inability to properly model their corporate processes," said Meir Levi, Interfacing CEO.
Mercator's capabilities as a true `any to any' mapping tool makes it an ideal fit with the R/3 environment where there are multiple approaches to interfacing and data conversion.
The SPECTRA-155's system side interface supports a wide variety of telecom and datacom interfacing options.
30, 1996--SEEQ Technology, Incorporated (NASDAQ:SEEQ) today announced sample availability of the industry's first silicon solutions to interfacing Fast Ethernet Media Independent Interface (MII) systems to 10Mbps Ethernet networks using an Attachment Unit Interface (AUI).
MicroScript WorkStation for Windows NT is designed to leverage the power and flexibility of the Windows NT environment while building upon MicroScript's substantial experience in interfacing and data conversion.

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