Concurrent

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Concurrent Technologies Corporation
... Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) is an American nonprofit organization that performs scientific research and development ... On November 4, 2007, the New York Times reported Concurrent Technologies Corporation had received $226 million in Congressional earmarks since 2004 ...
Concurrent Design Facility
... The Concurrent Design Facility (CDF) is the European Space Agency main assessment center for future space missions and industrial review ... As suggested by its name, the CDF uses concurrent engineering methodology to perform effective, fast and cheap space mission studies ...
Concurrent Computer Corporation
... Concurrent Computer Corporation is a developer and provider of Video on demand (VOD) systems to Multiple Service Organizations ... Concurrent's On-Demand technology is based on off-the-shelf hardware and customized open-source software including RedHawk Linux, a customized version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux with real time enhancements ... Concurrent's technology has earned two Emmy awards ...
Tennessee State Route 99 - Major Intersections
28.5 SR-20 (East Fourth Avenue) SR-20 concurrent for 0.7 mi (1.1 km) 28.8 SR-48 / SR-20 (South Park Street) SR-48 concurrent with SR-99 and SR-20 for 0.4 mi (0.64 km) 29.2 US-412 / SR-20 / SR-48 (Main Street ...
Tennessee State Route 8 - Route Description
... State Route 8 (SR-8) begins concurrent to US-41 / US-76 at the Georgia border in Chattanooga ... US-41 at the western national terminus of US-76 and heads north, concurrent to US-11 / US-64 / US-72 / SR-2 ... the four routes and has an interchange with US-27 in Red Bank, whereupon it becomes concurrent to US-127 ...

Famous quotes containing the word concurrent:

    I have been too long acquainted with human nature to have great regard for human testimony; and a very great degree of probability, supported by various concurrent circumstances, conspiring in one point, will have much greater weight with me, than human testimony upon oath, or even upon honour; both of which I have frequently seen considerably warped by private views.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)