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Mazu

(ˈmæˈzuː)
n
(Placename) the Pinyin transliteration of the Chinese name for Matsu
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while sailing from Taiwan's Mazu harbor to Mawei harbor in coastal Fujian, the Fujian Provincial Maritime Search and Rescue Center said.
This is Riverbed's second acquisition in this area, having bought Mazu Networks in 2009.
Suprantama, kad tokie uzdaviniai negali buti isspresti statybines mechanikos tiesines teorijos metodais, nes konstrukcijos forma keiciasi ir mazu poslinkiu principas tampa netinkamas.
Mazu Networks Inc, a company that specialises in providing solutions to manage, secure and optimise the availability and performance of business services, announced on 15 December that the International Herald Tribune (IHT), an international news publication, has selected the Mazu Profiler to manage, optimise and secure the company's Wide Area Network (WAN).
Most Widely Read International Newspaper Uses Mazu Profiler to Manage, Optimise and Secure its WAN Connecting Key News Hubs in Paris, Hong Kong, London and New York City -
Our customers have long understood the limitations of existing network operations and security solutions and have counted on Mazu to gain the visibility needed to improve network and application performance in addition to better securing their infrastructures," said Paul Brady, CEO, Mazu Networks.
If there was a bright spot in the 2006 Mazu Networks Internal Threat Report, it was that 71 percent of worm infections were remediated in less than 24 hours.
A statue of Godmother Ruby, known as Mazu in Chinese, will be brought to the Thai island of Phuket from the Chinese coastal province of Fujian next month for ghost-clearing rites.
Mazu Networks, the leading provider of behavior-based, network security solutions, today announced that Mazu Profiler(TM) enabled their customers to quickly detect and contain the Zotob worm, while significantly reduce future exposure by malicious code variants.
A survey of 229 mid-size and large companies conducted in January by network security firm Mazu Networks found that 47 percent had networks that were hit by a self-propagating worm in the past year.
Mazu Profiler v3 is designed to complement existing infrastructure, providing real-time insight into how an extended network is actually used.
Lubrizol's purchase of BASF's North American-based silicones business includes the customer list, Masil and Mazu trademarks, manufacturing technology and other related intellectual property specifically developed for silicones products in the NAFTA region, and finished goods inventory.