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What does PWI stand for?

PWI stands for Partnerships with Industry (San Diego, CA)

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The company's redevelopment efforts have included public-private partnerships with municipal and state agencies as well as private partnerships with industry experts for the execution of intricate projects such as the Lock Building and Norden Park in Norwalk.
While USJFCOM is not a national laboratory, the new authority gives the command many of the same authorities national laboratories use to structure partnerships with industry to exchange personnel and technical data, make technology assessments, and collaborate on research and development efforts.
The unit's general mission is to: develop events that will serve b2b technology marketing programs; attract qualified audiences through ongoing event marketing campaigns that can be integrated with other programs; demonstrate the viability of event marketing; and, establish partnerships with industry organizations in support of specific events and programs.
In addition to reorganizing Yankee Group's Asia-Pacific focused analysts under Wang's leadership, the company also is investing in local Asia-Pacific thought leaders, a regional office in China and is forming a number of strategic partnerships with industry associations such as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
com About Navini Networks: Navini Networks is the leader in providing pre-mobile WiMAX plug-n-play broadband wireless access solutions with the largest commercial deployment in the world, over 50 commercial networks in 6 continents and strategic partnerships with industry leaders.
This award recognizes the value that the EERC holds in offering hundreds of quality jobs, partnerships with industry, and opportunities to spin off high-tech businesses in our region," said EERC Director Gerald Groenewold.