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RDX

abbreviation for
(Elements & Compounds) Research Department Explosive; another name for cyclonite. See cyclonite
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The staff at West Side Acura, an Edmonton dealership, wants drivers to be aware of the power, efficiency and advanced technology that the 2015 Acura RDX provides its drivers.
Danzik, chief executive officer of RDX, stated, "Today marks a real turning point in the handling of treated water for reuse in Texas.
Pavel Babenko, Director for International Markets at Ostrovok, said: "We wanted to partner with SiteMinder to gain direct access to the large amount of hotels that use SiteMinder's RDX platform to power their distribution.
the owner of the RDX technology, we will continue to add new features and
Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC) (TYO: 7267), a Japan-based automaker, is planning to launch its 2013 Acura RDX in the United States on April 2, 2012.
The RDX 8000 Removable Disk Library comes with up to eight removable disk-drive slots, enabling users to take data offsite to an archive, according to the company.
University of York's Centre for Novel Agricultural Products lead researcher Dr Liz Rylott said TNT and RDX compounds are difficult to tackle together in the soil, as both possess different properties.
The use of RDX disk within InfiniVault supports a tiered archive approach that allows data to be placed on the right type of storage for multiple usage patterns -- online for fastest retrieval, nearline for long-term data retention, offline for single-site disaster recovery, and offsite for multi-site disaster recovery.
Furthermore, ADDERView RDX also offers enterprise grade security which employs AES128 bit encryption and RSA2048 authentication ensuring system wide security.
Connectivity solutions provider Adder today unveiled its latest generation of rack trays, ADDERView RDX.
RDX, which stands for research department explosive, is a white crystalline solid and is considered the most powerful high explosive and a main ingredient in plastic explosives.
RDX removable disk technology was developed by ProStor Systems and is licensed to Tandberg Data to manufacture, market and sell worldwide.