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2014-10-24 23:02:30

The latest features added to Proteus Office are designed to help SMEs unlock hidden cost savings from their voice communications. Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October

2010-11-02 00:00:37

Proteus Networks Names Andrew Green to Lead Education Services Division Proteus Networks, a Juniper Networks Authorized Education Partner (JNAEP), announced today that Andrew Green has been appointed as the global Director of Education Services.

2010-06-04 13:38:16

Going more miles per gallon with your brain.

2009-05-04 14:53:00

ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, Md., May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- PROTEUS Technologies, an industry leader in developing innovative software and systems engineering solutions for the Intelligence Community, Federal Executive Departments, and Commercial Industries, announced today that Mr. Michael W.

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Olm, Proteus anguinus
2014-01-17 13:17:24

The Olm (Proteus anguinus) may often be referred to as the Human fish, Cave salamander or White salamander. This species of salamander is a member of the Proteidae family. Olm can be found in the caves of Slovenia and Croatia. The Olm species have adapted so well to its cave-dwelling lifestyle, that it is now considered completely blind. Heightened senses such as hearing, smell and even sensitivity to vibrations make up for its underdeveloped eyes. Exclusively aquatic, the species eats,...

2004-10-19 04:45:41

Planet Proteus -- Proteus is one of Neptune's moons. It is one of the darkest objects in the solar system, as dark as soot; like Saturn's moon Phoebe, it reflects only 6 percent of the sunlight that strikes it. Proteus is about 400 kilometers in diameter, larger than Nereid, but it wasn't discovered from Earth because it is so close to Neptune that it is lost in the glare of reflected sunlight. Proteus is irregularly shaped and shows no sign of any geological modification; scientists...

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