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2013-10-01 23:37:16

The VTC 7110 and VTC 1000, NEXCOM’s in-vehicle computers, feature CAN bus protocol support, 3G connection, GPS tracking and navigation and powerful graphics capability. Integrated with Aptpod's telematics software, the VTC 7110 and VTC 1000 are powerful in-vehicle computing solutions selected by Tokyo R&D to achieve the goal of providing a safe, reliable, enjoyable, and green transit service for its newly developed large and middle-sized electric buses. Fremont, CA (PRWEB)...

2013-09-23 23:31:34

JMR Graphics, a nationwide truck wraps manufacturer, discusses a New York transit department’s strategy to generate revenue through advertising on public transit. Central Islip, NY (PRWEB) September 23, 2013 Nationwide truck wraps manufacturer, JMR Graphics, discusses the Rome Transit Department’s generation of revenue through advertising on public transit. According to a September 20th, 2013 article published by the Rome News-Tribune titled “Advertising a boom for city transit,”...

2013-09-20 23:22:41

Enviro Loo USA/SWSLoo, Inc, the USA’s authorized manufacturer of the Eloo, is pleased to announce the release of the newest model C-60, now Made in America. The Enviro Loo is the newest green technology in the age-old challenge of safely managing human waste. Elgin, Texas (PRWEB) September 20, 2013 Enviro Loo USA, of central Texas, is announcing the release of the first model of Enviro Loo – C-60 – to be Made in America. The Enviro Loo (Eloo), a human waste management system, was...

2013-09-02 23:04:18

JMR Graphics, a nationwide bus wraps manufacturer, discusses the possibility of Honolulu using buses as moving billboards in order to generate funding. Central Islip, NY (PRWEB) September 02, 2013 Nationwide bus wraps manufacturer, JMR Graphics, discusses the possibility of Honolulu utilizing bus wraps as moving billboards in order to generate funding. According to an August 27, 2013 article published by KHON.com, titled, “City considers using buses as moving billboards,” the city of...


Latest Bus Reference Libraries

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2010-10-01 18:30:17

The Universal Serial Bus (USB) was designed to establish communication between devices and a host computer and is intended to replace many types of serial and parallel ports. The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a standard for peripheral devices that began development in 1994. It was originally intended to make it essentially easier to connect external devices to computers by replacing the many connectors that computers had and simplifying software configuration of all the devices connected to...

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2010-09-13 13:36:36

A motherboard is the central printed circuit board in most modern computers and holds many of the vital components of the system as well as provides connectors for other peripherals. Before the microprocessor was introduced, computers were usually made in a card-cage case or mainframe with the gears connected by a backplane that consisted of a set of slots connected with wires. In much older designs the wires were discrete connections between card connector pins, but printed circuit boards...

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2010-09-09 11:48:20

A bus is a subsystem that has the ability to transfer data from different computer components, whether in the same computer or two separate ones. Historically, the first computer buses were quite literally parallel electrical buses that had several connections. Today, however, the term bus can be used to describe any component of a computer that has a similar function or intent. A common example of a present day computer bus is a universal serial bus (USB). Computer buses were first created...

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Word of the Day
toccata
  • In music, a work for a keyboard-instrument, like the pianoforte or organ, originally intended to utilize and display varieties of touch: but the term has been extended so as to include many irregular works, similar to the prelude, the fantasia, and the improvisation.
This word is Italian in origin, coming from the feminine past participle of 'toccare,' to touch.
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