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perimeter

1. Maths
a. the curve or line enclosing a plane area
b. the length of this curve or line
2. a medical instrument for measuring the limits of the field of vision

perimeter

[pə′rim·əd·ər]
(mathematics)
The total length of a closed curve; for example, the perimeter of a polygon is the total length of its sides.

perimeter

The boundary of a system or network, which defines the inside and outside. It is typically determined by firewalls and addresses. See DMZ.
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According to report published by Grand View Research, The global ophthalmic perimeters market size was valued at USD 260.0 million in 2018 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.1% over forecast period.
Zaun will supply its unique ArmaWeave woven mesh fencing system, which will be installed by subsidiary Binns Fencing, around the perimeters and various compounds and buildings.
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This transaction marks Perimeter's third acquisition in the past seven months.
"Today we announce another significant step forward in our mission to provide the best possible tools for clinicians who are treating cancer patients, as well as our preparation for a commercial launch in 2020," said Andrew Berkeley, co-Founder and VP of Business Development of Perimeter Medical.
Perimeter 81 is a zero-trust software-defined perimeter company that transformed outdated traditional network security technologies into a software solution that simplifies secure network access for the modern and distributed workforce.
Concurrently, Perimeter Healthcare's network is managed by its president and CEO Rod Laughlin, who brings 35 years of experience in building and operating successful facility-based healthcare companies.
The report shows 6,700 homes at a reconstruction cost of $4.66 billion within the perimeter of the Woolsey Fire, 6,349 homes at $3.2 billion within a half-a-mile of the perimeter and 1,355 homes within half-a-mile to 1 mile at $947.6 million.
The estimated cost of the new perimeter intrusion detection and deterrence technologies to be tested is approximately US$5m for each airport.
CRON Systems, which has been working with Indian armed forces for perimeter security, will now team up with Quanergy to provide cutting-edge perimeter security to Indian forces.
While Mathematics Of Eternity (book 1 in the Joe Ballen series) is largely set in a futuristic Baltimore, most of Perimeter (book 2) is set in space, and Joe is back doing what he loves best - space engineering.
Surveying 1,050 IT decision makers worldwide, Middle East businesses feel that perimeter security is keeping them safe, with 84 per cent believing that it is quite effective at keeping unauthorised users out of their network.