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Symantec has a number of safeguards built into our virus lab security architecture to keep malicious code isolated, including air-gaping of this lab from the rest of the engineering networks.
is being awarded a firm-fixed-price, indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity contract for the Defense Research Engineering Network (DREN).
Daily electronic updates from the GE front are available from the Genetic Engineering Network by e-mailing genetics@gn.
DC-Constraint-based Shortest Path First (DC-CSPF): DC-CSPF works with DC-ISIS and DC-OSPF to provide traffic engineering network state information, and calculate full source routes across a network satisfying requested constraints.
We deliver full-service consultative machinery and fire protection services through an engineering network in the U.
Intergraph's turnkey system will provide a data warehouse and common repository for all asset information required to support planning, estimating, work management, and engineering network analysis.
It adds strength to STATS' overall strategy of providing a global engineering network to support customers with total test solutions.
Teradyne supports its products through an extensive service and applications engineering network, with technical centers located throughout the United States, Europe, and the Pacific Rim.