true convergence


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true convergence

[′trü kən′vər·jəns]
(geodesy)
The angle at which one meridian is inclined to another on the surface of the earth.

true convergence

The angle at which one meridian is inclined to another on the surface of the earth. See convergence.
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The road to true convergence If used successfully, technology holds the key to making events more relevant and engaging, therefore delivering a tangible return on investment.
The company said that the deployed SDV solution is based on the ARRIS software based video control plane, CVEx platform, which provides true convergence between RF and IP video transport.
With the increasing popularity of VoD and OTT (Over The Top) services--via online delivery services such as Netflix and Hulu--and the beginnings of true convergence of television and the Internet, real issues are emerging as to how the content we watch will be regulated, and by whom.
that delivers true convergence of data, voice, video and IT applications at the
They reached a 'true convergence of views' on France's reform plans in talks between President Nicolas Sarkozy and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao in the Mediterranean city of Nice, a senior French presidential adviser has said.
* Bring True Convergence of Technology with accessibility to GSM, POTS and VoIP network on a single platform
It is the true convergence device that brings together the Computer, Mobile Phone and Entertainment on one platform.
Atheeb customers will enjoy a true convergence of voice, video and data services on their WiMAX personal communication devices.
F4W's rapidly deployable, portable, broadband networks and communications applications provide true convergence of voice, data and video by utilizing their proprietary Energo technology.
MessageLabs security experts predict that 2007 will be the year of true convergence, between spam, viruses and spyware and also across business communication protocols, a trend that started to appear in 2006.
While many anticipated a time lag between the IASB issuing standards and the EU endorsing them, few believed the endorsement process would evolve into a major barrier to true convergence. EFRAG also rejected IFRIC 3 because of how the interpretation would affect EU businesses.