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Sirsi Corp., which had previously acquired DRA (which had previously acquired MultiLIS and INLEX), acquired Dynix Corp., which was previously named epixtech, previously called Ameritech, which had acquired Dynix Systems, NOTIS Systems, DataPhase, LS/2000, and the remains of other failed products of the 1980s, and most recently EOS International, which had previously acquired IME
The IAEA International Expert Group on Nuclear Liability (INLEX) intends to recommend actions for creating a global nuclear liability regime.
The IAEA International Expert Group on Nuclear Liability (INLEX) to recommend actions to facilitate achievement of such a global regime.
The International Expert Group on Nuclear Liability (INLEX) was established following the International Conference on the Safety of Transport of Radioactive Material in Vienna in 2003.
The Via system will replace the district's existing Sirsi Inlex system.
Prior to the merger, both companies had developed and marketed multiple legacy systems, such as Dynix Classic by Dynix and DRA Classic, MultiLIS, and INLEX by Sirsi, in addition to their flagship systems--Unicorn (Sirsi) and Horizon (Dynix).
Those libraries that run DRA Classic, multiLIS, or INLEX will have the option to purchase Unicom under terms similar to those they would have received for Taos.
The 17th meeting of the International Expert Group on Nuclear Liability (INLEX) was held from 9 to 11 May 2017 at the IAEA Headquarters.
In January 1993, it obtained the Australian Starlight Management System (SMS), and in October 1993, it acquired the INLEX/3000 system from the now-defunct INLEX Corp.
In 1993, EOS purchased a competing library automation product called The Assistant from INLEX and acquired The Information Navigator/TINLIB through its merger with IME in 1995.
Data Research Associates has purchased product rights to two other library automation software products: INLEX and MultiLIS.
The workshop included a roundtable discussion on topical issues of nuclear liability, moderated by legal experts from the IAEA and the International Expert Group on Nuclear Liability (INLEX).