Our I/O middleware has the potential to redefine how application development is done for real world data sources," said Jason Smith, Vice President of Marketing for Computer I/O Corporation.
What does RWD stand for?
RWD stands for Real World Data
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Cookson's half is a cogent argument against vouchers based on real world data.
By following best practices, research organizations can more easily incorporate real world data for competitive advantage ORLANDO -- Care Communications, Inc.
To do this, they need to be able to mix real world data in with their designs.
Awarded "Best of Show" at NetWorld + Interop 2004 last May, Spirent's ACT is used by equipment vendors, service providers and enterprises to analyze the impact of real world data and video traffic on voice quality.
Today, Ballard powers the largest number of fuel cell vehicles demonstrated to date and is currently integrating real world data gained from these demonstrations to support the development of next generation fuel cells and fuel cell engines.
By combining bus interface solutions, software applications, hardware emulation, real world data connections, and stimulus generated by external testers into one complete environment, chips or entire systems can be comprehensively verified earlier in the development cycle -- shaving months from the verification cycle to ensure high-quality, first-pass silicon and reliable software.
Analog integrated circuits are typically used to handle real world data or as part of an interface to digital electronics.