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The Scouts in Joshua Tree Council's North River Service Unit wanted to deliver the coats themselves, so Scout leaders drove them to each site.
For the second consecutive year, needy families from The Salvation Army's Wexford Service Unit will be treated to a holiday meal, Christmas carols, a visit from Santa, gifts and appearances by past and present Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Intel Express 9545 integrates a native HDSL2 - the first symmetrical DSL standard - interface and a Channel Service Unit/Data Service Unit (CSU/DSU).
On November 1, JBL Trinity is scheduled to "go live" with these offerings to the first of several hundred potential clients expected to join the JBL Elite Business Service Unit in the coming months and years.
Today's announcement regarding Tier's Tennessee Child Support Customer Service Unit contract is in addition to the previously announced Payment Processing Center contract.
18, 2003 "Canoga Perkins now offers a value engineered, SNMP and SideBand managed media conversion device with ultra long range distance extension that is Carrier Class NEBS Level 3 certified" Canoga Perkins, a worldwide leading supplier of fiber optic extension equipment and cost effective CWDM systems, today announced the EdgeAccess L351 10/100BaseT Ethernet Service Unit (ESU).
The FLASHWAVE 4100 platform, available in two form factors with six or twelve service unit slots, allows carriers to optimize their access offerings for Multiple Tenant Units (MTU) and campus environments.
A service unit is a measure that equates to the processing power being utilized.