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multipoint

A communications path from one location to many. A cellphone is an example of a multipoint system (cell tower to many cellphones). See multipoint line. Contrast with point-to-point.
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Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], July 12 ( ANI ): In a big relief to people residing in multistory buildings in Uttar Pradesh, including Noida and Ghaziabad, the State government has ordered the builders to give multipoint connections to their clients as a replacement to single-point connections.
The MPV-800 Multipoint Vibrometer from Polytec Gmbh is an optical multichannel vibration measurement system with up to 48 optical phase synchronized channels based on Laser Doppler vibrometry.
With a high IP protection rating, the Multipoint Automatic Lubricator is engineered to resist vibration, withstand repeated equipment wash downs, and prevent ingress of contaminants.
The MultiPoint Pacing technology enhances patients' response to CRT.
The Quadra Assura MP CRT-D builds upon that improvement with the industry's only MultiPoint Pacing technology on a single left ventricular lead, and is an innovation demonstrated to improve patient response to therapy.
During the last fifty years, great strides have been made in a systematic introduction to techniques for developing multipoint methods, the most efficient methods for solving linear equations of the form f(x=0), and also make a unified presentation of the multipoint iterative methods constructed.
However, any cylinder fitted before 2011 will have no protection whatsoever against a 60-second attack, regardless of the multipoint mechanism.
VideoCentric's ViPER Video Conferencing Service was launched in 2007 and was the first multipoint desktop video conferencing service that didn't require users to download any software, whilst allowing access to the Virtual Meeting room for everyone, regardless of the video conferencing device being used.
First, optics companies offered multipoint reticles, whether simple dots on the vertical crosshair, or more complex versions such as "Christmas tree" reticles, with extra horizontal crosshairs that become longer at the bottom of the reticle to help when holding into the wind.
Bengaluru, June 13 -- Tata Communications today launches a low latency network which will seamlessly connect major financial capitals in Asia, the United Kingdom and the United States.[1] The network is the first low latency service that offers a pure multipoint Ethernet platform to the financial services sector and other global industries, accelerating global high frequency trading and other low latency applications.
Delivering multipoint HD video conferencing to desktops and boardrooms, Nefsis' VoIP audio engine supports audio inputs from conference room equipment, such as ClearOne, Phoenix Audio Technologies, Revo Labs and Yamaha.

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