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CHP: Fuze Kalkani israil'i Korumak icin", NTVMSNBC, 6 Eylul 2011.
Delivery of the fuzes is anticipated to occur in 2016 and 2017.
As part of the expanded program, partners will be fully supported by Fuze at all stages of the sales process and will receive recurring commissions or discounts upon customer activation depending on the preferred engagement model.
According to the company, the tea extracts in Fuze Tea come from 100 percent sustainably sourced tea leaves, contributing to Coca-Cola's global aim to sustainably source 100 percent of its key agricultural ingredients and raw materials by 2020.
The developmental common fuze approach was successfully demonstrated in a variety of applications, including the company's proprietary Programmable Air Burst Munition (PABM) for both 30mm and 40mm ammunition.
A global UCaaS platform, Fuze empowers productivity and collaboration across enterprises with modern cloud-based voice, video, and messaging solutions.
No time fuze was being produced in Pakistan earlier and the armed forces had to rely on their import spending approx 1.
Beyond Global Unmetered calling, the Company will continue to offer a variety of calling packages to meet an organization's specific global needs when calling outside of the Fuze network, including Single Country Unmetered and United States and Europe Unmetered.
The Fuze Tomahawk F1 features a 4GHz CPU with a 500 GB hard drive that can be upgraded to a 2 TB hard drive.
The Army had to develop a special fuze just for the 175mm gun.
US-based unified communications as a service (UCaaS) company ThinkingPhones has acquired Fuze, a cloud-based video conferencing company, ThinkingPhones said.