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SDK

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) software development kit
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SafeDK, developer of a mobile SDK management platform, is launching its In-App Protection solution and marketplace, putting app security and quality in the hands of app developers.
The Reactivity SDK is designed to be used in conjunction with the entire Reactivity product suite.
Specifically, SDK will provide Honda with the following products:
PCTEL's SDK offers support for Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and WPA2 security standards based on the next generation of Wi-Fi security recently ratified under the IEEE 802.
The Senforce SDK for Endpoint Security Management includes extensive documentation, sample applications, automated tests and project templates for creating custom solutions utilizing Senforce award-winning technologies.
SDK has developed green LEDs with a face-up structure2) far brighter than existing products on the market: 6.
Through the use of the Dragon NaturallySpeaking SDK Server Edition, medical transcriptionists will be able to receive an automatically generated draft report, which then only requires editing--a process that can increase transcriptionist productivity rates by 50% or more.
the pioneer in hardware-accelerated physics for games, today announced availability of the AGEIA PhysX([TM]) SDK v2.
SDK is providing the Karenz-series of isocyanate monomer products to meet sophisticated customer requirements.
PDT 3d SDK is a new product from IDELIX that extends "detail-in-context" viewing functionality to three-dimensional models, such as mechanical drawings.
OmniPage Capture SDK 15 delivers accuracy levels that can reach over 99 percent for OCR, an increase of up to 36 percent over the previous version and a performance that is up to 50 percent better than alternatives.
Compared with the conventional machining process with a lathe, SDK has developed a proprietary ED (extrusion and drawing) process to produce the cylinders, ensuring high performance and cost competitiveness.