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SAN Change Management must continuously validate changes by correlating functions from various devices with business rules, detecting violations and vulnerabilities in near real time.
The ValiMed product offers us the opportunity to validate end-products being dispensed from the pharmacy and to validate returned narcotics," said Joe Melucci, Director of Pharmacy at Mount Carmel West.
Virage Logic is a member of the OpenChoice IP Program which enables interoperability and facilitates open collaboration with IP providers to build, validate, and deliver accurate models optimized for Cadence design and verification solutions.
Ixia (Nasdaq:XXIA), the leading, global provider of IP network testing solutions, demonstrated its leadership in IPv6 performance and conformance testing at a pivotal interoperability event where equipment manufacturers and ISP's came to validate complex IPv4/IPv6 topologies.
QuickAddress Batch is just one solution from the QuickAddress suite of products that also includes QuickAddress Pro, a point-of-entry address verification solution, and QuickAddress for the Web, which validates addresses entered over the web.
It provides real time shop floor data collection and accurate labor information and supports bi-directional data transmission that validates and prevents errors at the interface level.
Being awarded certification from IBM's ServerProven program validates Heroix as a leading provider of comprehensive enterprise management software for its customers running business-critical applications on Windows NT/2000, Unix and Linux," said Rick Lane, Heroix COO.
PingTrust provides rich clients, Web applications and the back-end Web Services they utilize with comprehensive functionality to create, validate and exchange security tokens such as SAML assertions, X.
In a process that takes only seconds, ValiMed uses patent-pending technology to validate compounded doses of high-risk medications prior to dispensing.