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The program is ``modest and moderate and feasible,'' House Democratic Leader Richard Gephardt of Missouri said recently, underscoring that Democrats are eager to shed the label of big-program liberalism that doomed them to defeat in the 1994 election campaign.
In general, there is a wide variation in spending and growth rates by industry on telecommunications services, underscoring the point that "as revenue opportunities in telecommunications services mature, identifying growth opportunities in vertical markets is going to become a more critical pursuit," according to Daniel Corsetti, senior analyst with IDC's Vertical Market Research group.
This week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) several UWB Forum members are demonstrating a host of wireless consumer products and prototypes, underscoring the viability of Direct Sequence Ultra-Wideband (DS-UWB) technology for consumer applications.
Further underscoring its expertise, Asiamoney, Finance Asia and The Asset magazine all recently named State Street "Best Custodian" for Asia Pacific.
LG Mobile Phones will have a strong presence throughout Fashion Week in both New York and Los Angeles, underscoring the company's role as the essential bridge between technology and fashion.
ROUND ROCK, Texas -- Dell(TM) PowerEdge(TM) servers have achieved the first Microsoft(R) Exchange Server 2003 benchmark for a clustered configuration, underscoring Dell's ongoing commitment to offer the best combination of performance, value and availability for the standardized data center.
4 billion in new assets, underscoring the role of strong, broad-based performance as the key factor in last quarter's asset appreciation.