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brights

n. the eyes. (From bright eyes.) Don’t you close your brights and look bored when I’m talking to you!
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Brightskies is an excellent fit for Bright Computing, as the company works primarily with customers that have complex requirements in the virtualisation and cloud, high performance computing, and big data arena.
After a competitive tender, we concluded that Bright Station and Intel Online Services were the perfect team.
As a result of Bright Station's recent restructuring and third party equity injections, the financial resources are now available to fully exploit the potential of these valuable assets.
Dan Wagner, Chief Executive of Bright Station plc, said: "This technology will greatly enhance the number of potential customers for our eCommerce business as we can now offer solutions to the entire supply chain, from manufacturers to wholesalers/distributors and now, as a result of this transaction, to consumer retailers.
During extensive evaluation by Yellow Pages for this core role, Bright Station was required to prove that its technologies could handle exceptionally high volumes of throughput of both data and queries, representing over 100 million page impressions per month and hundreds of simultaneous searches per second with sub 2 second response rates.
As of May 4, 2000, The Dialog Corporation will formally change its name to Bright Station plc, and its stock symbols will change to BSN on the London Stock Exchange and to BSTN on NASDAQ.
We have also been very impressed with Bright Station's understanding of the needs of our customers," continued Mr Ward, "and are investigating how the Company's other innovative technologies - such as InfoSort and WebCheck - might also be integrated into our knowledge management strategy.
Salomon Smith Barney and SSB Citi will serve as the designated program manager of Bright Start under a seven-year contract with the state.