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ASE

abbr.
American Stock Exchange

ASE

or A.S.E.,

American Stock Exchange.

-ase

a suffix used in the names of enzymes: oxidase.
[extracted from diastase]
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There are many other historic examples of successful commodity ASE programs--but have the operational and acquisition environments changed such that the attributes of a commodity approach are no longer as important today?
ASE and DOE noted that while the IRS has not yet issued specific guidelines for consumers on how to claim the income tax credits, the web pages offer comprehensive information based on the new law and will be updated on a continuing basis as the IRS makes new details available.
Our team has been working closely with ASE for over five years and recognize the company for having excellent semiconductor assembly and test solutions, backed by a superior customer service and support organization.
ASE said the handbook also discusses the impact of transportation on U.
With Sybase Data Auditing, organizations that use Sybase ASE databases to store business critical data will be able to:
In addition, Sybase and Silicon Graphics, the world's leader in high-performance computing, visualization and storage, today also announced that Sybase ASE is the only major, full-featured RDBMS to be certified on SGI(R) Altix(TM) family servers running the SGI Advanced Linux Environment with SGI ProPack(TM) software.
The ASE integration task begins with an analysis of the threats to be encountered during a mission.
Sybase ASE is an enterprise database management system designed to meet the increasing demands of large databases and high transaction volumes.
ASE serves over 400 customers worldwide, including many top tier semiconductor customers that design leading edge products.
Also, the crippling floods in Thailand have driven many semiconductor companies in that country to divert orders to Taiwan's companies, including ASE.
ASE noted that the value of the deduction in 2005 remains at $500, as under current law, with the deduction continuing to sunset entirely at the end of 2006.