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Headquartered in Wadsworth, Ohio, ECS Tuning is a leading global e-commerce platform for Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Porsche and Volkswagen automotive parts.
For further information on Peregrine's multidimensional tuning solution, contact Peregrine's global direct sales management or visit http://www.
I'm very excited and can't wait to start using the newly proposed AxCent Tuning System," explained Frampton, who has had experience with AxCent's self-tuning systems for years.
5 is a performance analysis solution for conducting intense performance tuning on dynamic SQL workloads in z/OS-based DB2 environments.
Compared with other tunable technologies such as varactors, MEMS, PIN diodes, and GaAs, ParaScan exhibits an excellent combination of performance characteristics with respect to high Q, power handling, linearity, insertion loss, continuous broadband tuning range, fast response time, and size.
0 enables plant wide tuning activities to be managed from a single environment.
1] To download the paper "Cell BE Porting and Tuning with RapidMind" go to http://www.
Table 1: Global spending on hosted speech applications and tuning, 2005-2010
Tuning opportunities are presented automatically which can save companies millions of dollars.
Analog Front End Provides Best-in-Industry Sensitivity and Programmable Antenna Tuning for Microcontroller-Based Systems