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com), making inroads into the ultra competitive search engine market is no easy task.
New modalities, such as computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), are increasingly making inroads into the space traditionally dominated by cardiac and vascular X-ray-based diagnostic procedures.
NFS is also making inroads into the local banking scene having secured a banking license from Bank of Thailand in 2002.
The AGRO-JET already is being used by poultry farms in Canada and we anticipate making inroads into the U.
Red Hat's launch of RHCT is yet another sign that Linux is making inroads into corporate computing environments.
50,000 chassis and a number of market-altering innovations later, Workhorse is a market leader for Class A gasoline motor home chassis and is making inroads into new markets with its integrated approach to walk-in truck manufacturing.
Linux has successfully penetrated the server computing space and is rapidly making inroads into the client computing space as well," said Shawn Pratt, OpenPrinting Workgroup Chair.
Magic Software is pleased that our flagship technology, Magic eDeveloper, is now making inroads into China," said Menachem Hasfari, chief executive officer of Magic Software Enterprises.
Although GSM/GPRS is at present the world's most widely used wireless communications standard, CDMA accounts for nearly 40 per cent of the market in North America and is making inroads into Asia, particularly in China.
Whereas GSM/GPRS is at present the world's most widely used wireless communications standard, CDMA accounts for nearly 40 per cent of the market in North America and is making inroads into Asia, particularly in China.