Tera


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Noun1.Tera - a three-tone Chadic language
Biu-Mandara - a group of Chadic languages spoken in the border area between Cameroon and Nigeria south of Lake Chad
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"Between the TERA product benefits and the support from ASI and Siemon on developing a design to take advantage of those benefits, we installed a cabling infrastructure that lets us better leverage technology for the patient," says Labbadia.
Dnevni Avaz, a full-color tabloid with a daily circulation of 80,000, is based in Sarajevo, will use 20 seats of Tera's Ted editing application and Fred page layout application to produce its daily editions, according to Tera.
"TERA Consultants will work closely with TRA and the industry to ensure the implementation of an appropriate approach to launch competitive unbundled local loop services and to make them available to competing licensed operators as an addition to the existing Batelco's reference offer services," said TRA market and competition manager Adel Darwish.
The TERA to R J45 BladePatch allows users to install high-performance category 7A permanent links capable of supporting future application speeds in excess of 10Gb/s while maintaining the ability to immediately integrate with their current networking equipment.
"We'll change our hours in May to accommodate the increased ferry traffic," Tera said, indicating that Sorella's will stay open until 6 p.m.
Resources to support this technical commentary were provided by the developmental reserve fund of TERA.
Tera Probe will have testing facilities in the city of Higashi-hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture, and Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture, to conduct services on one of the largest scales in the world.
One such team represented the Tera language - two retired men, a civil servant and a teacher, educated and able to read and write in Hausa and English.
Incorporating Tera Angstrom technology in a real production environment, the facility is the result of a $50 million investment by Imation in technology designed to manufacture terabyte-class media in high volumes leading to a faster time-to-market.
Tera's sister, Danelle Guthrie, is an architect, and she helped the Ayottes put their money into the spaces they would value the most.
This marks the first major order for the company formed from the March 31, 2000, Tera Computer Co.