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Hardie

(ˈhɑːdɪ)
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(Biography) (James) Keir (kɪə). 1856–1915, British Labour leader and politician, born in Scotland; the first parliamentary leader of the Labour Party

Hardie

Variant of hardy.
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TRC is thrilled to formalize its partnership with HARDI," said TRC Executive Director Mark Tibbetts.
In addition to EnTouch Controls, the council presentation includes representatives from Honeywell Residential, Honeywell Commercial, Johnson Controls, and HARDI member companies.
Lundgren has been in the EDA-business for more than 20 years and was founder and CEO of HARDI Electronics AB in Sweden.
5 million of amortization of intangible assets, principally from the June 2007 acquisition of HARDI, and $3.
This guidance reflects the acquisition of HARDI Electronics AB in June 2007.
In addition, the 2007 quarter included expenses associated with the sale of HARDI products, HARDI personnel costs and expenses related to a combination of non-recurring charges and the costs of the DAC tradeshow which occurred in the June quarter of 2007 but in the September quarter of 2006.
We will be able to immediately leverage our existing ASIC verification products (Certify([R]), Synplify([R]) Premier, Identify([R]), and Identify Pro) by selling them together with the HARDI ASIC prototyping boards.
HARDI Electronics today announced a solution to high speed interfaces for ASIC prototyping with a HapsTrak compatible SerDes (high speed serial transceiver) daughter board containing an ASIC SerDes evaluation chip from LSI.
LUND, Sweden -- HARDI Electronics, the leader in FPGA-based ASIC prototyping, today announced that it is releasing HAPS-50, the fourth generation of ASIC prototyping boards in its very popular HAPS series.
Members of the program include Altera, AMO GmbH, ARM, The Dini Group, Flexody, GiDEL, HARDI Electronics, Nallatech, ProDesign and SK-Electronics Co.
I am very happy to announce that our sales during 2006 have exceeded all expectations," stated Lars-Eric Lundgren, President and CEO of HARDI.
HARDI International A/S, a Danish manufacturer of agricultural sprayers, is to start production in Hungary.