After years of experience with building systems, the information systems (IS) community is still challenged by systems delivery, that is, planning the implementation project, determining system features and requirements, sourcing and deploying the software, and managing its evolution.
• An intelligent T1 service delivery system
• Distributes up to 28 DS1 circuits over a variety of transport media
• Features an integrated intelligent network management system for centralized circuit control
• The only integrated intelligent platform on the market for simultaneous DS1 transport over
both copper and fiber
Intelligent T1 Service Delivery System
The transport layer is responsible for process-to-process delivery—the delivery of a packet, part of a message, from one process to another. Two processes communicate in a client/server relationship, as we will see later.
The Deep Submergence Directorate (PMS 395) of the Naval Sea Systems Command asked RAND to undertake a brief analysis examining the technical, managerial, and cost issues in preparation for followon production of the Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS). This documented brieﬁng presents the study ﬁndings. This study was conducted within the Acquisition and Technology Policy Center
In the present study intestinal delivery systems resistant to gastric juice, loaded with the probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus acidophilus LA14 and Bifidobacterium lactis BI07, were produced by the polyelectrolyte complexation. First, beads were prepared by the traditional extrusion method and nine formulations were developed using alginate as main carrier and the biopolymer, xanthan gum, as hydrophilic retardant polymer or the cellulose derivative, cellulose acetate phthalateDevelopment of microparticulate systems for intestinal delivery of Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium lactis.
Brief Report: Study on the current situation of services delivery of commune health centres in some regions and associated factors includes subjects and research methods; results; discussion; recommendations.
Discovery of a new chemical entity that exerts pharmacological effects for
curing or treating diseases or relieving symptoms is only the first step in
the drug developmental process. In the developmental cycle of a new
drug, the delivery of a desired amount of a therapeutic agent to the target
at a specific time or duration is as important as its discovery. In order
to realize the optimal therapeutic outcomes, a delivery system should
be designed to achieve the optimal drug concentration at a predetermined
rate and at the desired location....
The authors contend that cost recovery has far-reaching implications for access to services, affordability and privatisation. At a theoretical level, the book explores ways of reversing the insidious effects of commodification, the role of the market in shaping service delivery, and the way we ’value’ essential goods such as water. These issues are of increasing importance internationally as governments around the world move more aggressively toward full cost recovery measures.
For over 50 years, interest has been expressed in optimizing drug therapy through
delivery system design. For many years this revolved around incorporating drugs
into erodible or inert polymers, which then acted as platforms for controlled release,
an approach that has been well reviewed in the literature.
Porous metal organic framework nanoscale carriers as a potential platform for drug
delivery and imaging, In the domain of health, one important challenge is the efficient delivery of drugs in the body using non-toxic nanocarriers. Most of the existing carrier materials show poor drug loading and or rapid release of the proportion of the drug that is simply adsorbed at the external surface of the nanocarrier.
The Internet o¤ered the possibility for the delivery of new services. Some
of these services were the provision of information. Some promised torationalize the supply chains of entire industries. Others o¤ered opportunitiesfor people to communicate and to help each other through online ommunities.
This timely and hugely practical work provides a score of examples from contemporary and historical scientific presentations to show clearly what makes an oral presentation effective. It considers presentations made to persuade an audience to adopt some course of action (such as funding a proposal) as well as presentations made to communicate information, and it considers these from four perspectives: speech, structure, visual aids, and delivery. It also discusses computer-based projections and slide shows as well as overhead projections.