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bit stream

or bit·stream (bĭt′strēm′)
n. Computers
The transmission of binary digits as a simple, unstructured sequence of bits.

bitstream

(ˈbɪtˌstriːm)
n
(Computer Science) computing a sequence of digital data transmitted electronically
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To achieve certification Bitstream used its Pageflex software to create four "golden" variable data jobs specified by PODi and then generated PPML output.
Products featured in the company's booth include: the ThunderHawk[TM] browser for mobile handsets, myMMS[TM], a creative mobile messaging application, and Bitstream core mobile technologies for rendering worldwide text in handsets and mobile applications.
The QNX and Bitstream partnership spans a ten-year period and encompasses several projects.
We are committed to maintaining Font Fusion as the choice for worldwide developers who need a fast font rendering engine that can produce very high quality results," stated Anna Chagnon, President and CEO of Bitstream.
Bitstream President and CEO Anna Chagnon comments on this latest Pageflex release by saying: "We developed Pageflex 5.
The trend in packaging has been toward variability -- packagers need to be able to provide a range of localized and product-specific content in their package designs," says Anna Chagnon, Bitstream President and CEO.
Bitstream to demonstrate Pageflex software for marketing collateral production in HP booth at Graph Expo, the premiere printing industry tradeshow
At the Graph Expo tradeshow Bitstream will demonstrate to printers how its Pageflex software integrated with software from Deutsch Technologies can drive successful direct marketing campaigns
Bitstream Will Demonstrate the Integrated Solution for Producing Eye-Catching One-to-One Marketing Campaigns in the Pageflex and HP Booths at Graph Expo
Bitstream to be One of the First to Demonstrate Pageflex Software for VDP and Cross Media Marketing Campaigns on This Exciting New Press at Graph Expo 2006