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The company, Gamma Systems Associates, ordered restricted equipment from ISC, then shipped it on to South Africa on board airliners.
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The company was responsible for primary engineering of the Epsilon ( I ) platform, Epsilon II platform, Delta ( I ) platform, Delta ( II ) platform, Gamma platform and played an important role in the development of especially the higher-end, more-refined version of the Gamma II platform.
The Anaheim Gundams, or Greek alphabet Gundams are a series of mobile suits developed by the fictional company Anaheim Electronics, some of them are notably carrying different style heads than other Gundams in the series, like the Rick Dias ( Gamma Gundam ) and Hyaku Shiki ( Delta Gundam ).
The parent company moved its operations to Kansas in 1931, and so Jack, along with Donald Douglas, established a " Northrop Corporation " located in El Segundo, California, which produced several successful designs, including the Northrop Gamma and Northrop Delta.
One of the earliest pen-and-paper games to reference the term was Gamma World published by TSR in 1980 ( the same company that originated Dungeons and Dragons )., while its predecessor Metamorphosis Alpha, published in 1976 is classified as science fiction, highlighting some of the confusion between the two genres.
When Underdog became a success, Biggers and his partners left Dancer Fitzgerald Sample to form their own company, Total Television, with animation produced at Gamma Studios in Mexico.
Interspersed were recycled second features from the earlier series Rocky and His Friends & The Bullwinkle Show and Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales ( the latter not produced by Ward but animated by the same company, Gamma Productions ), like Peabody's Improbable History, Fractured Fairy Tales, Mr. Know-It-All, and The World of Commander McBragg.
Gamma and company learn of Emilio's existence from his sister Wolfina, a tabloid journalist and crime-fighter who does not believe in the Rings of the Dead.
In February 1995, KAW spun off their 3D Web division to form the company Worlds Inc. Britvich was eventually joined by several other developers, and the renamed AlphaWorld continued to develop as a skunk works project at Worlds Inc, internally competing with a similar project known internally as Gamma and publicly as Worlds Chat.
While AlphaWorld was developing a strong cult following due in large part to Britvich's open philosophy of favoring user-built content, Worlds, Inc. favored Gamma for the company produced contract projects for Disney and others.
In January, 1997, Worlds Inc., after failing to secure needed contracts and having spent its venture investment of over 15 million dollars, laid off almost the entire staff of the company, keeping only several employees which included the author of Gamma, now known as WorldsPlayer.
The Gamma Knife ( also known as the Leksell Gamma Knife ) is a creation of Elekta AB, a Swedish public company, used to treat brain tumors by administering high-intensity cobalt radiation therapy in a manner that concentrates the radiation over a small volume.
Benefon's first GSM phone was the 1997 Benefon Gamma, and the company continued to release new GSM handsets.
The choice of name symbolised a new beginning as it reflected the fact that the company ’ s founder, Vincenzo Lancia ( 1881 – 1937 ), utilized letters of the Greek alphabet for his early vehicles — such as Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and so on.
Power steering specially produced by the German company ZF became available on certain Left Hand Drive models and was also used on the Gamma.
* George Banta, printer whose company is credited for designing multiple Greek crests, influential figure in development of Phi Delta Theta and Delta Gamma ( the sorority's only male initiate )
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On May 13, 2008, Hewlett-Packard Co. confirmed that it had reached a deal with Electronic Data Systems to acquire the company for $ 13. 9 billion.
In 2002 the renamed BAE Systems resold HK to a group of private investors, who created the German group holding company ( HK Beteiligungs-GmbH ).
While most IKEA stores operate under the direct purview of Ingka Holding and the Ingka Foundation, the IKEA trademark and concept is owned by an entirely separate Dutch company, Inter IKEA Systems.
Kamprad also created a company called Inter IKEA Systems B. V., which owns IKEA concept and trademark.
Ian Murdock ( born April 28, 1973 ) is the founder of the Debian distribution and Progeny Linux Systems, a commercial Linux company.
Kid Icarus was designed at Nintendo's Research and Development 1 ( R & D1 ) division, while the programming was handled by the external company Intelligent Systems.
In practice, credit has accrued to both the inventor and the company ( although not its individual workers ) in the form of a Nobel Prize and a $ 10, 000 Cetus bonus for Mullis and $ 300 million for Cetus when the company sold the patent to Roche Molecular Systems.
Systems Concepts ( now the SC Group ) is a company co-founded by Stewart Nelson and Mike Levitt focused on making hardware products related to the DEC PDP-10 series of computers.
However, people at Systems Concepts were better at designing machines than at mass producing or selling them ; the company continually improved the design, but lost credibility as delivery dates continued to slip.
In December 2006, after his release from federal prison, Whitacre was hired by Cypress Systems Inc., a California biotechnology company, as the President of Technology and Business Development.
MIPS Technologies, Inc. (), formerly MIPS Computer Systems, Inc., is a semiconductor design company that is most widely known for developing the MIPS architecture and a series of RISC CPU chips.
In 1988, MIPS Computer Systems designs were noticed by Silicon Graphics ( SGI ) and the company adopted the MIPS architecture for its computers.
Compared to other companies acquired by EA, such as Origin Systems and Westwood Studios, the absorption of Maxis took a slower pace, and the company staff was lost only gradually.
In 1982, Jenkins formed a company Nial Systems Ltd to market the language and the Q ' Nial implementation of Nial.
* OSI Systems, a company that manufactures security scanners and medical equipment based in California
* Objective Systems Integrators, a company that provides monitoring software for communication networks
This new wave of TB-303 clones began with a company called Novation Electronic Music Systems, who released their portable Bass Station keyboard in 1994.
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Despite its troubles, in 2000 Aon bought Reliance Group's accident and health insurance business, as well as Actuarial Sciences Associates, a compensation and employee benefits consulting company.
After leaving college in 1963 Fulcher worked as an assistant at the design company Michael Tucker + Associates in London.
* MCA, Russian-owned public relations company with branches throughout the world, Mitrofan Caspersz & Associates
Jones & Associates ), brought on board ten young programmers to write the software after winning a contract to develop a word processor for the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance company.
The new company was funded by Rob Theis of Doll Capital Management ( DCM ) and Terry Garnett of Venrock Associates.
That company was acquired by Network Associates ( NAI ) in December 1997, and Zimmermann stayed on for three years as a Senior Fellow.
Bedford Associates started a new company dedicated to developing, manufacturing, selling, and servicing this new product: Modicon, which stood for MOdular DIgital CONtroller.
In 1968, Ridley and Tony Scott founded Ridley Scott Associates ( RSA ), a film and commercial production company.
The couple had two sons, Jake and Luke, both of whom work as directors on Scott's production company Ridley Scott Associates.
) Before Ryan actually leaves office, he creates " The Campus ," a secret counter-terrorism organization that fronts as Hendley Associates, a financial trading company.
The plaintiffs claimed the defendants had misrepresented the asset value of Subway Sandwich Shops ( a leasing company used by Doctor's Associates for franchising purposes ) while negotiating a 1985 lease agreement.
American Public Television, then known as the " Interregional Program Service ", distributed the show, along with Britder Associates ( Bob Keeshan's production company ), and the Riehl Company, owned by former WPBT station manager Dale Riehl.
The result was Engineering Research Associates ( ERA ), a contract engineering company that worked on a number of seemingly unrelated projects in the early 1950s.
The early 1990s were to see two important changes in the way that the company worked: firstly, in 1991, with the formation of the " Artistic Associates of The Australian Opera ", a body of people was created which comprised some of the most important figures in the Australian musical and performing arts world.
Leaving in 1959 he formed Mauchly Associates, a consulting company that later introduced the Critical Path Method ( CPM ) for construction scheduling by computer.
Founded in 2001 by Olav Bergheim, Richard Hill and Mory Gharib, the company has raised $ 126 million in venture funding from Versant Ventures, OrbiMed Advisors, Frazier Healthcare Ventures, InterWest Partners, Meritech Capital Partners, Domain Associates, Fjord Capital Management and Montreux Equity Partners.
There are 265 Listed Buildings in the borough of which 254 are Grade II, 10 are Grade II * and 1 is Grade I which is Point Royal, a tower block built in the early 1960s by Philip Dowson and Derek Sugden of Arup Associates the company responsible for the design of the Sydney Opera House.
Filmation Associates was a production company that produced animation and live-action programming for television during the latter half of the 20th century.
Flores has founded several companies including " Hermenet " ( for which he used a $ 6 million investment from Werner Erhard ); " Logonet ", an education company ; " Business Design Associates ", a management consulting company ) and Action Technologies, a software company, where he introduced new distinctions in workflow analysis, groupware, software design and business process analysis that he developed in association with Terry Winograd.
Acquiring then Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation and Engineering Research Associates along with Remington Rand, the company developed the successful UNIVAC computer series and signed a valuable cross-licensing deal with IBM.