Decentralized business units, shared workplaces, flexible hours and advanced technology are some of the major results of these new business strategies.
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Advanced Technology (IBM PC AT personal computer)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 123 other meanings of AT in our Acronym Attic
- Access Time
- Access Transport (Sprint)
- Access Type
- Accident du Travail (French: Work Accident)
- Acquisition Team
- Action Toolbelt (band)
- Active Terminator (SCSI terminator)
- Adaptive Two-Step (IEEE)
- Adenine-Thymine (DNA base pairing)
- Administrative Trainee
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The Series B financing was led by Advanced Technology Ventures and joined by InterWest Partners and Abingworth Management, Inc.
Initial prototype development, testing and evaluation for the device was made possible by Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology (CCAT) grants provided in 2005 and 2006 through the Office of Technology Transfer and Commercialization (OTTC) at California State University, San Bernardino.
By bringing these application-focused solutions together into a single advanced technology category, Cisco is providing a complete networking solution for enabling businesses to effectively respond to changing business conditions, in real-time.
ChannelAdvisor, the leading provider of channel management solutions (CMS), announced today that it has secured $18 million in additional funding, led by Advanced Technology Ventures, a venture capital firm focusing on information technology.
Government agencies, joins SET's Advanced Technology business unit, where it will continue to operate out of its Greenbelt, MD office located near the University of Maryland.
The strategy realigns TSMC process technologies as Advanced Technology Platforms or Mainstream Technology Platforms, and associates them with features and services designed to enable fast time to volume.
11, 2003 $128,080 in State Funding Enables Glovia to Expand Employee Computer, Business and Advanced Technology Training Glovia International, a subsidiary of Fujitsu and a leading provider of extended ERP solutions for engineer-to-order and high volume manufacturers, today announced the company received a $128,080 performance-based contract from California's Employment Training Panel (ETP) to continue and expand employee computer, business and advanced technology training programs.