is used in conjunction with a full version of Scenarist NT, either locally or via a service bureau.
When it comes to high end workstations or high-performance, cost-effective storage for near-line and off-line
storage, SATA offers what storage managers need to manage their company's information.
The typical credit of off-line
debit card transaction costs a supermarket operator 72 cents--at least twice the cost of payment by cheek (36 cents), on-line debit (34 cents) or food stamp coupons (35 cents).
By integrating customer information gained from both on-line and off-line
sources, DataInsight adds power and depth to new economy marketing campaigns.
But unlike traditional pressure filtration tests that require off-line
diagnostic analysis, according to Hughes, a metal quality "footprint" can be defined for each foundry or product, which enables the foundryman to run within a preset molten metal cleanliness band.
So remember, before you invest in a BBS, if you don't have a good product Off-line
, bringing it online won't make it any better.
Based on these studies and the new images, Weaver suggests that the off-line
chunks were created more recently and by a force other than Jupiter's gravity.
The number of on- and off-line
electronic databases (EDBs) for the plastics industry has increased significantly in the past five years.
It will use an off-line
orienter to produce oriented films from customers' rollstock.
Manufacturers rely on a series of destructive and non-destructive off-line
statistical based tests.
Current hardware can be utilized more efficiently as archive data is written off to removable archive media that better satisfies archive and compliance needs over time and, if desired, can be moved off-line
to further reduce archive storage costs.
Linn says, "We do off-line
programming in 99.9% of our applications.
Experts expect this trend to carry over into other grades currently produced using off-line