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Alongside the AV4PRO-DP, Adder are also releasing the DisplayPort Computer Access Module (CAM), which enables the CATx and CATxIP range of switches together with the ADDERLink X200 extender to connect directly to a dual-mode DisplayPort interface.
e-intranet Public Access Module displays planning Application data and documents to the public through a user friendly customisable browser based interface.
Under the standard, set top boxes and digital televisions are designed by manufacturers to accept a security device known as a conditional access module.
Each participating library will have Impact/ONLINE/WebPAC(TM), an access module that allows patrons to search the database and initiate loan requests from in-library or remote systems equipped with a Web browser, according to William J.
Like the public access module that was part of STAR/Archives, the new one allows for searching within and across collections and for dynamic generation of finding aids with related digital resources.
the leading national provider of compliance resource solutions for financial institutions and their legal counsel, announced the addition of a Credit Bureau Access Module to ARTA Lending for financial institutions to simplify work flow and improve efficiency.
Other solution components include the Remote Access Module (RAM), Network Management System (NMS), Element Management System (EMS), Subscriber Management (SMS 1800), Customer Care and Billing (CCB), wireline and wireless CPE, VoDSL and broadband wireless routers.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Net Insight (STO: NET I B), a leading provider of video, voice and data networking equipment, today announced the introduction of a high density 8-port DVB-ASI Transport Access Module that enables digital multimedia transport in broadcast, distribution, and contribution networks.